Welcome HPU Parents!
Studies show that parent involvement enhances a student’s overall collegiate experience. HPU recognizes the important role parents play in guiding and supporting students and is excited to announce the creation of a Parent Relations Program. The focus of this program is to provide parents with the resources they need to better enable their son/daughter throughout their college years. The Coordinator for Orientation and Parent Relations will also serve as a primary point of contact for HPU families. The Parents Relations Program will provide the following:
- Family Calendar and Handbook
- University Parent Guide
- Letters of Aloha
- Ohana Community Service Day
- Point of Contact for Families
- Support on Move-In Day
- Parent Track and Events During New Student Orientation
- Central Website for Parents
- HPU Family Events
As the program is in the developmental phase, parent input is greatly valued. HPU wants to provide the tools and resources that will best suit our diverse ‘ohana. Help shape this program by providing comments and suggestions to the Coordinator of Orientation and Parent Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (808)-544-1472. Mahalo!
HPU Resources for Families
College is a time of change, excitement, and worry for both students and families. Some students adjust quickly to campus life, while others move at a different pace. Please know that staff and faculty throughout the HPU community are here to assist your students.
- Parent Checklist
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Tips from HPU Students to Parents
- Residence Life Frequently Asked Questions
- Financial Aid and Parent Plus Loans
- Career Services Information
- Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
- HPU Student Handbook
- Traveling to HPU
- Fall New Student Orientation: Passport Week
Congratulations on your student's acceptance to HPU! We are thrilled to be your student's home for the next several years. College is a special time during a young adult's life. Each student, parent, and family member will have their own unique set of experiences, challenges, and celebrations. To prepare for higher education and the wonderful, unpredictable years ahead, we offer this resource page to help your student to succeed at HPU.
Frequently Asked Questions
College is a time of change, excitement, and worry for both students and families. We have compiled a collection of frequently asked questions, ranging from who to contact in an emergency to a parent's relationship with the University. If your student is living on-campus, please visit our Residence Life Frequently Asked Questions page for more information.
New Student Orientation
Studies have shown that one of the best ways to ensure college success is to get involved and be connected with the University community. HPU's new student orientation program is the best place to learn more about the many curricular and co-curricular opportunities, programs, and services that are available to your student.
Preparing your student for college begins early and continues past the first day of class. Please view our selection of recommend readings to help support your student, family, and self.