Housing and Meal Rates

Hawaii Loa Campus Residential Community

 

2018-2019 FALL and SPRING ON-CAMPUS HOUSING AND MEAL RATES

August 22 - December 10, 2018; January 11 - May 13, 2019

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: $4100 per semester

Meal Plan (14 meals a week) and $100 in Sharks Bucks: $3300 per semester

Meal Plan (10 meals a week) and $100 in Sharks Bucks: $3100 per semester

TOTAL: $7400 OR $7200 PER semester

Housing: $3200 per semester

Meal Plan (14 meals a week) and $100 in Sharks Bucks: $3300 per semester

Meal Plan (10 meals a week) and $100 in Sharks Bucks: $3100 per semester

TOTAL: $6500 OR $6300 PER SEMESTER

WATERFRONT LOFTS AT ALOHA TOWER MARKETPLACE

2018 SUMMER HOUSING RATES

MAY 12, 2018 – AUGUST  6, 2018

Each loft is configured differently and houses three, four, or five students. Lofts are equipped with a kitchenette (lower level cabinets, sink, counter space, microwave and apartment sized refrigerator). There is no meal plan available during the Summer at the Waterfront Lofts. Student may do light cooking in their Loft unit, and there are ample restaurants and dining options nearby.

Occupancy rates for shorter Summer terms are available upon request. Email housing@hpu.edu.

Housing: $3264

Utilities: $435

TOTAL: $3699

Housing: $2377

Utilities: $435

TOTAL: $2812

2018-2019 Fall AND Spring ON-CAMPUS HOUSING AND MEAL RATES

AUGUST 22, 2018 - May 6, 2019

2nd Floor Loft Units: Each loft is configured differently and houses four to seven students who share two or three bedrooms in the loft. Residents in each loft share a single or double bathroom. Lofts feature a living area with seating, and kitchenette (lower level cabinets, sink, counter space, microwave and apartment sized refrigerator). NOTE: All 1st Year Residential Honors students are required to live in Loft Double Occupancy spaces.

2nd Floor Studios: Studios house two, three or four students who share a bathroom. All studios are equipped with a microwave and mini fridge.

3rd Floor Living Community: Freshmen priority housing. Students share a bedroom (including lofted bed, desk and storage unit) with one, two or three roommates. The 3rd Floor Living Space features a communal kitchenette and snacking area, study spaces, community gathering space, and shared bathroom/shower facilities.

Utilities charges are included with the room rate for all units and occupancy types.

All students living in the Waterfront Lofts are required to purchase the meal plan. These meals are provided by the new full-service student dining facility on the first floor of the Aloha Tower Marketplace (opening August 2018). Meal plans are offered in three tiers. All meals are all you care to eat. The plans also include flex dollars - for extra meals or guests, and $100 in Sharks Bucks each semester. Students must choose one plan when completing the Housing Application.

  • 12 Meals per week with $250 flex dollars and $100 in Sharks Bucks: $3200/semester
  • 15 Meals per week with $150 flex dollars and $100 in Sharks Bucks: $3350/semester
  • All Access (All you can eat) with $50 flex dollars and $100 in Sharks Bucks: $3700/semester

Share a bedroom with one other student in a 2 or 3 BR Loft housing four to seven students. NOTE: All 1st Year Residential Honors students are required to live in Loft Double Occupancy spaces.

Housing: $5735 per semester

Meal Plans (Choose one):

12 Meal per week: $3200 per semester

15 Meals per week: $3350 per semester

All Access: $3700 per semester

TOTAL: $8935 OR $9085 OR $9435 per semester (Fall and Spring)

Share a bedroom with three other students in a 2 or 3 BR Loft housing four to seven students.

Housing: $4000 per semester

Meal Plans (Choose one):

12 Meal per week: $3200 per semester

15 Meals per week: $3350 per semester

All Access: $3700 per semester

TOTAL: $7200 OR $7350 OR $7700 per semester (Fall and Spring)

Private bedroom in a 2 or 3 BR Loft housing four to seven students. Singles are reserved for upperclassmen and students with special needs.

Housing: $6190 per semester

Meal Plans (Choose one):

12 Meal per week: $3200 per semester

15 Meals per week: $3350 per semester

All Access: $3700 per semester

TOTAL: $9390 OR $9540 OR $9890 per semester (Fall and Spring)

Share a bedroom and bathroom with one other student.

Housing: $5200 per semester

Meal Plans (Choose one):

12 Meal per week: $3200 per semester

15 Meals per week: $3350 per semester

All Access: $3700 per semester

TOTAL: $8400 OR $8550 OR $8900 per semester (Fall and Spring)

Share a bedroom and bathroom with two other students.

Housing: $4500 per semester

Meal Plans (Choose one):

12 Meal per week: $3200 per semester

15 Meals per week: $3350 per semester

All Access: $3700 per semester

TOTAL: $7700 OR $7850 OR $8200 per semester (Fall and Spring)

Share a bedroom and bathroom with three other students.

Housing: $4000 per semester

Meal Plans (Choose one):

12 Meal per week: $3200 per semester

15 Meals per week: $3350 per semester

All Access: $3700 per semester

TOTAL: $7200 OR $7350 OR $7700 PER SEMESTER (Fall and Spring)

Share a bedroom with one other students. Shared bathroom facilities in each building.

Housing: $4500 per semester

Meal Plans (Choose one):

12 Meal per week: $3200 per semester

15 Meals per week: $3350 per semester

All Access: $3700 per semester

TOTAL: $7700 OR $7850 OR $8200 per semester (Fall and Spring)

Share a bedroom with two other students. Shared bathroom facilities in each building.

Housing: $4250 per semester

Meal Plans (Choose one):

12 Meal per week: $3200 per semester

15 Meals per week: $3350 per semester

All Access: $3700 per semester

TOTAL: $7450 OR $7600 OR $7950 per semester (Fall and Spring)

Share a bedroom with three other students. Shared bathroom facilities in each building.

Housing: $4000 per semester

Meal Plans (Choose one):

12 Meal per week: $3200 per semester

15 Meals per week: $3350 per semester

All Access: $3700 per semester

TOTAL: $7200 OR $7350 OR $7700 PER SEMESTER (Fall and Spring)

FAQ's

  • Moderately furnished loft/studio/bedroom units 

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

  • Access to laundry facilities in each building, the Learning Commons and outdoor common spaces in the 2nd and 3rd floor secure residential spaces.

  • 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. The Office of Housing and 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 Housing and Residence Life directly to ensure that your specific questions can be addressed