Our Communities

Residence Halls:
The residence halls comprise roughly two-thirds of all on-campus accommodations. The majority of rooms are double occupancy and are furnished with beds, desks, chairs, desk lights and closets. Rooms are equipped with data ports and cable TV outlets. Bed linen, pillows and other personal articles are not provided. If you have a documented special need that requires telephone related attachments (e.g. answering machine, TTY, flashing ringer, flashing alarm clock, etc.), please inform the Student Housing office prior to your arrival. The only halls with air conditioners in its rooms are in Hale Anuenue and Frear Hall. Residents assigned to the residence halls are required to participate in the board program. ALL residence halls are co-ed and smoke-free living environments.

There are two complexes which make up the residence halls.

  • Mauka/Makai Complex: Frear Hall, Hale Anuenue, Hale Laulima, Hale Kahawai, Gateway House and Johnson Hall
     
  • Hale Aloha Complex: Hale Aloha Ilima, Hale Aloha Lokelani, Hale Aloha Lehua, and Hale Aloha Mokihana

All halls offer wired internet access, and cable TV.

Apartments:
These facilities were designed for upperclassmen who seek independent living; first-year undergraduates are not assigned here. The one-bedroom apartments (two students) and two-bedroom apartments (four students) are fully furnished with complete kitchen, living room, bathroom and bedroom(s). Utilities are included in the rent charge. Rooms are equipped with data ports and cable TV outlets. Residents must furnish their own kitchen and dining utensils, linen, pillows, telephone and other personal supplies. If you have a documented special need that requires telephone-related attachments (e.g. answering machine,TTY, flashing ringer, flashing alarm clock, etc.), please inform the Student Housing office prior to your arrival. None of the buildings are air conditioned.

  • Hale Noelani accommodates residents in five 3-story buildings accessible by stairs and elevators. Consumption of alcoholic beverages are prohibited in this hall. Second-year undergraduates are eligible to reside in Hale Noelani.
     
  • Hale Wainani accommodates students in two high-rise towers (13 and 14 stories) and two low-rise buildings. Units are accessible by stairs and elevators.