Living on campus can be one of the most memorable experiences a student can have during college and it is our desire at Hope to provide students with a Christ-centered community that is built on the importance of faith, service, and learning.
Living within the campus community is an important aspect of a student’s personal development and education. Research continues to demonstrate that students who live on campus benefit in a number of ways. In fact, students who live on campus beyond their freshman year:
For these reasons, all full-time students 21 years of age or younger are required to live on campus unless they are married, a veteran, or residing with parents. Students must reach the age of 22 prior to the beginning of the semester to reside off campus. Please consult the Student Handbook for detailed information concerning the Residency Requirement and other housing policies.
The HIU campus consists of two living areas: Alpha and Omega. Alpha is reserved for male residents while Omega is reserved for female residents. Each area has its own lobby with a lounge connecting the two buildings. Alpha and Omega are only a few steps away from classes, chapel, library, cafeteria, and student center.
A standard Alpha and Omega room is a Quad, set up for four residents with its own private bathroom and balcony.
Double and Single rooms are available but limited.
University furniture may not be removed from the rooms. Furthermore, lobby furniture should not be taken out of the lobby and into personal rooms. For a complete list of policies and procedures, please consult the HIU student Handbook.
|Residence hall deposit||$300|
All HIU Students living in the Residence Halls are required to be on a Meal Plan. Exceptions to being on a Meal Plan are considered on a case-by-case basis and need to meet the criteria of extraneous circumstances, which will be verified by the Vice President for Student Affairs. For more information about meal accommodations, please email [email protected].
|Everyday Commons All Access: 21 meals/week + 200 Flex Dollars||$3,225/semester|
|Weekday Commons All Access: 15 meals/week + 200 Flex Dollars||$3,075/semester|
|160 Meal Block: 160 meals/semester + 350 Flex Dollars||$2,500/semester|
|Commuter Only Plans:|
|80 BLOCK: 80 meals/semester + 150 Flex Dollars||$1,040/semester|
|60 BLOCK: 60 meals/semester + 50 Flex Dollars||$780/semester|
|30 BLOCK: 30 meals/semester + 50 Flex Dollars||$450/semester|
All students desiring to live off campus must fill out an Off-Campus Approval Form. To live off-campus, students must meet the following criteria:
Petitions to live off-campus must be approved by the Current Resident Directors. Submission of the Off Campus Approval Form does not constitute approval.
HIU does provide summer housing for students who have previously lived in the residence halls. A separate “Summer Housing Contract” needs to be submitted and approved prior to the start of summer.
The HIU Housing Office does offer housing for students attending a local college/university for the same price listed for HIU students. Students interested in living at HIU are required to fill out a Non-HIU Housing Contract and turn in a Pastoral Reference form.
Non-HIU students are also required to fill out our Non-HIU Community Standards Agreement. HIU is a Christ-centered community, and we require all our students, residents, and guests to uphold the policies and items listed in the HIU Student Handbook and HIU Housing Guide.
Both the Pastoral Reference Form and the Non-HIU Community Standards Agreement can be found in the Non-HIU Housing Contract.
Should you have any questions about the contracts or residing on campus, please feel free to email us in the Housing Office or call (714) 879-3901 ext. 2581.