Housing Accommodations


During your time in the DPT program at HPU, 14 weeks of the program will be conducted as on-site lab immersion sessions. Students who do not live near campus may need lodging accommodations during the on-site lab immersions. Students are required to facilitate their own lodging arrangements. We strongly encourage you to connect with others in your cohort so you can share accommodations. The HPU DPT program plans to provide virtual space where students can connect prior to the start of their cohort. We’ve compiled some resources for short-term and long-term housing to get you started!


Campus Address: 1 Aloha Tower Dr, Honolulu, HI 96813

On-site Lab Schedule

HPU Resources for traveling to campus

Transportation & Parking information



HPU Hotel Resources

Additional hotels within 2.5 miles of Aloha Tower Marketplace

Aston at the Executive Centre Hotel (0.4 miles)

Pagoda Hotel (2.2 miles)

Ala Moana Honolulu by Mantra (2.4 miles)

The Equus (2.5 miles)


Short-term rentals (STRs) have been regulated in Honolulu since 1989. STRs are also known as vacation rentals and are lodgings that provide guest accommodation for less than 30 days. To learn more please visit the City and County of Honolulu Information about Short-Term Rentals. Legal short-term rentals have either a Nonconforming Use Certificate (NUC), or are located in the resort area. Review the Approved Short-Term Rentals.





Some students may choose to relocate to O'ahu. These students will need to find their own apartments and off-campus housing either before they arrive in Hawai'i, or after they arrive and have had a chance to become familiar with the local environment. The island of O'ahu offers many different living arrangements--from the fast-paced city lifestyle of Honolulu to the quiet beach town of Kailua. HPU has compiled some resources and tips to get you started. 

Off-Campus Residents

DISCLAIMER: Please keep in mind that the University cannot take responsibility for any leasing agreements entered into by and between students or between students and any third parties. The University assumes no responsibility for any such contracts/leases and encourages students to use written agreements for any leased space. The Office of Housing and Residence Life is not responsible or liable for the consequences of any off-campus student housing arrangement. In addition, Hawai'i‘i Pacific University does not endorse or sponsor any of the agencies, services, advertisements, properties or landlords included in this website and is not promoting any of these vendors. The information is provided only as an aid in your housing quest.