Housing and Meal Rates

Hawaii Loa

2017-2018 ON-CAMPUS HOUSING AND MEAL RATES

AUGUST 21, 2017 – MAY 7, 2018

All residents are required to purchase a meal plan There are 192-bed spaces available on the Hawaii Loa campus divided between double and triple occupancy rooms. All students living on the Hawaii Loa campus are required to purchase either a 10 or 14 meal plan. These meals are served buffet style in the Dining Commons.

Housing: $7,830 

Meal Plan (14 meals a week): $6,374

$5,932 meal plan (10 meals a week)

Total: $14,204 or $13,762

Housing: $5,600

Meal Plan (14 meals a week): $6,374

$5,932 meal plan (10 meals a week)

Total: $11,974 or $11,532

Waterfront Lofts

2017-2018 ON-CAMPUS HOUSING AND MEAL RATES

AUGUST 21, 2017 – MAY 7, 2018

All residents are required to purchase the meal plan. Each loft is configured differently and houses three, four, or five students. Each studio is double occupancy. The two biggest differences between a Loft and Studio is that the Lofts are larger (and house more students), and the Lofts are equipped with a kitchenette (lower level cabinets, sink, counter space, microwave and apartment sized refrigerator), whereas the Studios are equipped with only a microwave and mini fridge.

All students living in the Waterfront Lofts are required to purchase the meal plan. These meals are provided by a third-party vendor and are served on the first floor of the Aloha Tower Marketplace in the downtown dining room. Unlike dining at the Hawaii Loa campus, meals downtown are not served buffet style, but rather as set menu choices.

Housing: $9,916 

Meal Plan (12 meals a week): $4,000 

Utilities: $1,326 

Total: $15,242

Housing: $7,212 

Meal Plan (12 meals a week): $4,000 

Utilities: $1,326 

TOTAL: $12,538

Housing: $8,568 

Meal Plan (12 meals a week): $4,000 

Utilities: $1,326 

TOTAL: $13,894

FAQ's

  • Moderately furnished loft/studio units 

  • Utilities: electricity, water, sewer, trash, and internet

  • Access to laundry facilities in each building, the Learning Commons, Student Lounge, and outdoor common spaces on the 2nd floor of the residential community

  • Community Advisors in building for community building, conflict resolution, safety, security, emergency response

  • Area Coordinator (full-time professional staff living on campus for community development and emergency response)

  • HPU Security presence 24/7 at the Aloha Tower Marketplace

  • Waterfront Lofts or HLC events and programs, and university and community resources

  • Common area janitorial services

Housing payments are due with tuition and fees before the start of each fall and spring semesters.

If you are unable to make a full payment by the published deadline, you are encouraged to utilize the Tuition Management System. HPU has a service agreement with a third party service provider, Tuition Management Systems, to administer our Monthly Payment Plan. The Monthly Payment Plan allows you to pay your education expenses. 

You can make a payment online through your HPU Pipeline account. Click on the eBill Quick Link

Many students utilize financial aid to make their education possible. Financial aid will first apply to tuition and required fees. If there are sufficient funds remaining, then housing expenses can be deferred with anticipated aid. If a student will have partial financial aid to put towards their housing expenses (but not quite enough to cover the balance), they will need to consider a payment plan through Tuition Management Systems. Students who wish to apply this aid toward their housing fees should have all required financial aid documents completed and supporting documentation received by the of Financial Aid well in advance of the tuition and fees deadlines (by July 1 for Fall semester and November 1 for Spring semester). Students receiving financial aid must not assume that their financial aid will cover all academic and housing expenses. Students are also responsible for all unpaid balances not covered by financial aid as a result of any revisions that may occur prior to and/or during the academic year.

For more information visit the Office of Financial Aid.

There are always special circumstances for families and students. Residence Life has experience working with a variety of HPU scholarships, the Yellow Ribbon program and GI Bill. If you are interested in utilizing these benefits (or other programs not listed here), please contact Residence Life directly to ensure that your specific questions can be addressed