Hawaii Pacific University Off Campus Apartments

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Aloha! Hawaii Pacific University, home of the Sea Warriors, is the largest private school in the Central Pacific, with campuses in the beautiful Hawaiian cities of Honolulu and Kaneoke. HPU focuses on giving its students a traditional liberal arts education with certain pre-professional areas of study, such as nursing and business. People choose to attend HPU for its year-round warm weather, friendly locals, and breathtaking beach sceneries. You’ll be living and studying in a place that the rest of the world wish they could visit.


Off-Campus at Hawaii Pacific University

Not many students at HPU live on campus at all. A mere 3% of the undergraduate student body lives in some form of on-campus housing. What about the rest? Living it up on Waikiki beach, need I say more? In downtown Honolulu, you’ll find apartments in large towers by the beach, which offer everything from cozy studio spaces to complexes with three or more bedrooms, depending on how many roomies you want to shack up with. Don’t limit your college experience to merely the classes that you’re taking and campus nightlife. Explore the surrounding city of Honolulu and Kaneoke by living in it! If this is a daunting task, feel free to read our guides. After all, they were written to help you in your search.

Paradise on Earth (and in School)

Waikiki Beach is a huge area attraction that is near Hawaii Pacific University. White sands, emerald water, and palm trees—Hawaii is paradise on Earth. Don’t let the warm and sunny weather distract you from your studies, however. Spend your free time reading at the beach, or couple your pina colladas with some debate practice! While downtown Honolulu is more of a business center, it tends to lack in nightlife activities. The Waikiki area is where most of students flock after hours and is only a short bus ride away from school. Fun Fact: Sarah Palin attended a semester at HPU in 1982.

Average Apartment Rent in Honolulu

# Bedrooms Mar Feb Jan 3 Month % change
Studio N/A N/A N/A 0%
1 Bed $1,924 $1,927 $2,128 -9.6%
2 Bed $2,472 $2,662 $2,691 -8.1%
3 Bed $3,312 $3,362 $3,362 -1.5%

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876 Curtis Plaza, Honolulu

876 Curtis Plaza, Honolulu

Honolulu, Hawaii, 96813

2 Bedrooms

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$2550 Two bedroom in Honolulu-Liliuokalani Ave

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$2450 Two bedroom in Honolulu-2421 Tusitala St

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$2300 One bedroom in Honolulu-2415 Ala Wai

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235 Kaiulani Avenue, Honolulu

235 Kaiulani Avenue, Honolulu

Honolulu, Hawaii, 96815

Studio/1 Bedroom

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  • just wandering how the crime is if any?

    Honolulu has significantly lower than average violent crime rates, however, property crimes such as theft are slightly higher. The Ala Moana/ Kakaako neighborhood has recently had trouble with derelict vehicles.

  • What kinds of outdoor activities are either in or around Honolulu?

    Honolulu is full of opportunities for outdoor adventure. Located on an island surrounded by warm Pacific Ocean water with waves, surfing is an extremely popular activity in Honolulu, as is swimming and sunbathing. Various parks nearby offer trails for hiking. Naturally, boating is another possibility on the Pacific.

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    Honolulu is a pretty good place for families. Honolulu's crime rate is near the average for all other communities of similar size. As far as the school system is concerned, public education is provided by the Hawaii Department of Education School District, which was in the 20th percentile for education in the nation.