Hale Wainani Apartments

Noelani & Wainani

Hale Wainani was built in 1978, and houses 650 residents in a co‐educational setting. “Hale Wainani” means “House of Beautiful Water” in Hawaiian.

Hale Wainani offers both a low-rise option as well as towers with one and two-bedroom units. The complex accommodates 650 students in two high-rise towers (13 and 14 stories) and two 3-story low-rise buildings. Units are accessible by stairs and elevators.

The student lounge and open courtyard, barbeque and basketball court provide comfortable areas where residents can mingle with their fellow students. With easy access to The Market store and the Rainbow Shuttle stops, Hale Noelani and Hale Wainani are a popular choice for juniors and seniors wanting to reside on campus.

Hale Wainani complex is designed for students seeking independent living.


Meet Our Staff

Jasmine LeFever
Residence Director

Jasmine serves as Residence Director in Hale Wainani, responsible for the supervision of the apartment complex and well-being of its 500+ residents. Jasmine received her Bachelors degree in Sociology from the University of California, Santa Barbara and her Masters degree in Higher Education Leadership from the University of San Diego. Previously, she worked in student housing programs at the University of San Diego and UC Santa Barbara.


Nicole Correa
Assistant Residence Director

Aloha!  My name is Nicole Correa, more commonly known as Pono, and I am the Assistant Residence Director for Hale Wainani.  I am originally from the small town of Waialua on the North Shore of Oahu and traveled to Colorado State University for my Bachelor of Science in Animal Science.  I am currently working on my Master’s in Animal Science here at UH Manoa and I am excited for the opportunities this new academic year has to offer.  Mahalo for visiting the student housing website.  Feel free to contact me if you have any questions!