As a commuter campus, Kapiʻolani Community College (Kapi‘olani CC) does not provide on-campus housing.
The UH Mānoa campus has limited accommodations for students registered at UH system colleges on Oahu. These students must be enrolled in a degree or certificate program and be registered for a minimum of twelve credit hours while in residence. They are placed, however, after all Mānoa applicants are accommodated. Since Mānoa is a residential as well as commuter campus, their students are given priority.
For more information, visit UHM Student Housing.
Off-campus housing information to students formally accepted into the Kapiʻolani CC System and in need of housing can inquire about housing options at the UHM Student Housing website for detailed information.
Kapiʻolani Community College does not investigate, guarantee, or endorse the accuracy of any perceived listings, the quality of the facility listed or the listed individuals, companies and housing services provided firms cataloged in the SHRS Program. Any agreement students may enter into is solely between or amongst the involved parties. A listing on the Kapiʻolani CC website does not indicate Kapi‘olani CC approval or endorsement of any kind.
Kapi‘olani Community College does not investigate, endorse, or guarantee the accuracy of any listing, the quality of listed facilities, or the character of individuals posting listings.
For rental listings, please see below:
- Apartment Guide
- Atherton YMCA
- Central YMCA
- Hawaiʻi Student Suites
- Honolulu Apartments
- Honolulu Star-Advertiser
- International Student Placement
- Ohana Homestay
- Rentals Illustrated
- Ribbon Productions – Homestay
- UH Mānoa Student Housing
Financial Aid Issues
Housing costs are included in the Financial Aid Cost of Attendance budget for students living with parents, in UH dorms, or in off-campus accommodations. If you are a financial aid recipient, you must inform the Kekaulike Information and Service Center, Financial Aid section, about any changes in your housing situation.