College Student 2013-12-06T01:08:13Z
I didn't stay off campus or really look at the places, but I know that they are located very close to the campus and about 2 miles away from the local shopping center.
College Junior 2013-11-12T21:14:12Z
For an old fart like me, off campus housing was a no brainier. Even for younger students, if you take your studies seriously you'll want to get off campus. The prices are comparable (sometimes cheaper) with the dorms and there are a number of places to chose from right around the corner. Safety might be an issue in some areas (further from campus is worse) and the only thing the college will really do for you is to provide you with a list of available options.
College Senior 2013-08-30T06:52:00Z
The off campus housing selection at the University of Hawaii at Hilo is diversified. There are housing units near or far from campus, in the country or in the city, cheep to not to expensive. You can find units that support multiple individuals or condos for single occupants.
College Junior 2013-03-05T05:46:38Z
I give the off campus housing a neutral grade. Primarily because I've head both positive and negative things about it. There are several off campus housing areas. Most are for the non-locals. There is one that is only for foreign exchange. The prices aren't as reasonable as I would like them to be. The walk to the school, isn't that bad. But I'm sure it gets sickening after you've taken it everyday.
College Sophomore 2013-01-09T06:42:28Z
There is always housing off campus thats ready for people to move into. Its always good to have roomates to split the cost with while living in a house off campus plus you would feel more safe with a roomate or two. Landlords are pretty reasonable. Most of the time the school has off campus housing really close by to campus, usually walking distance. As for help you can go to the housing office or ask former students, teachers or friends.
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