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Residential Halls

Main Campus


Simon K.Y. Lee Hall


Warden:

Dr. Ng Siu Man

Manager:

Ms Ivy Wong

Location:

Composite Bldg., HKU

No. of Places:

310

Telephone:

3917 0300

Fax:

2857 1751 

Email:

skyhall@hku.hk

Website:

http://www.skylee.hku.hk/

Simon K.Y. Lee Hall

Simon K.Y. Lee Hall is conveniently located on the University's main campus, and is adjacent to the Hsu Long Sing Amenities Centre, which houses the Students' Union and the Union Restaurant. The Hall has eight floors and accommodates 190 men and 114 women. It has a warm and familial atmosphere; the harmonious relationship between its occupants - both students and staff - is captured in the motto "A Home away from Home." The Hall offers a wide range of sports and cultural activities, encourages active participation within the hall community, and works hared to generate and maintain an environment which is conducive to character building, personal growth, as well as academic development.



Swire Hall


Swire Hall

Warden:

Dr. Samuel Chu

Manager:

Ms Ivy Wong

Location:

Swire Bldg., HKU

No. of Places:

302

Telephone:

3917 0320

Fax:

2548 7565

Email:

swwarden@hku.hk

Website:

www.swire.hku.hk

Swire Hall is conveniently located at the eastern end of the main campus. Its strength is not only in sports and cultural activities, but also in academic achievements.

In the past two decades of hall's history, Swirians have been living together like a family. They develop all-round interests and participate actively in a wide range of sports and cultural activities, as well as interest groups.


Jockey Club Student Village I (Pokfulam Road)


Lady Ho Tung Hall


Lady Ho Tung Hall

Warden:

Professor Lena Wong

Manager:

Ms Kero Ko

Location:

91A Pokfulam Road

No. of Places:

404 (for women only)

Telephone:

3152 6500

Fax:

3158 2901

Email:

lhthall@hku.hk

Website:

www.hotung.hku.hk

Lady Ho Tung Hall is now housed in a brand new building and is a home to 404 female students. It is the only all female residential hall in the University. It is conveniently located near the main campus in a residential complex and shares a multi-purpose hall and a restaurant with another co-ed hall. In addition to having its own private garden and a common room on each floor, LHTH is also well-equipped with other facilities for its residents.



Starr Hall


Warden:

Professor Anskar Leung Yu Hung

Manager:

Ms Kero Ko

Location:

91B Pokfulam Road

No. of Places:

500

Telephone:

3156 7575

Fax:

3158 2955

Email:

starr@hku.hk

Website:

www.starr.hku.hk

Starr Hall

Starr Hall, the University's largest student residence, is located in the same complex as Lady Ho Tung Hall on Pokfulam Road. It aims to establish, from the residential year of 2001-02, a vibrant and active hall environment. Starr Hall accommodates 500 male and female students and is well provided with function rooms, a student lounge on each residential floor, plus various amenities for the residents. It shares a multi-purpose hall and a restaurant with Lady Ho Tung Hall.


Jockey Club Student Village II (Pokfulam Road)


Lee Shau Kee Hall


Lee Shau Kee Hall

Warden:

Professor Thomas Ng

Manager:

Ms Christina Lo

Location:

109 Pokfulam Road

No. of Places:

300

Telephone:

3604 2024

Fax:

2855 7706

Email:

jockeyv2@hku.hk

Website:

www.lskhall.hku.hk/

The Hall provides accommodation for 300 male and female undergraduates. The Hall will reserve 30% - 33% of the hall places for the non-local students. The hall offers a culturally diversified living environment fostering interactions among students with different views and diverse backgrounds. There are a very small number of single rooms. Thus, most students will have to share a room with another student.



Morrison Hall


Warden:

Professor Sydney Chi Wai Tang

Manager:

Ms Christina Lo

Location:

109 Pokfulam Road

No. of Places:

150 undergraduates (for men only)
150 postgraduates (for men and women)

Telephone:

3604 2014

Fax:

2855 7192

Email:

Morrison@hku.hk

Website:

www.morrison.hku.hk

Morrison Hall

The Hall provides furnished accommodation for 150 postgraduate students of mixed gender. Priority will be given to newly arrived research postgraduates. It also provides 150 residence places for male undergraduate students. There is a very small number of single rooms. Thus, most students will have to share a room with another student.



Suen Chi Sun Hall


Suen Chi Sun Hall

Warden:

Dr. Shih Kaimin

Manager:

Ms Christina Lo

Location:

109 Pokfulam Road

No. of Places:

300

Telephone:

3604 2034

Fax:

2872 7691

Email:

jockeyv2@hku.hk

Website:

http://scsh.hku.hk

The Hall provides accommodation for 300 male and female undergraduates. Both non-local and local students are welcome to apply for admission. There is limited number of single rooms. Thus, most students will be sharing a room with another student.


Sassoon Road


Lee Hysan Hall


Warden:

Professor Cheung Tak Fai, Raymond

Manager:

Ms Elane Chow

Location:

6B Sassoon Road

No. of Places:

378

Telephone:

2986 5110

Fax:

2855 0331

Email:

lhhall@hku.hk

Website:

www.leehysan.hku.hk

Lee Hysan Hall

In operation since 1992, the co-educational Lee Hysan Hall inherits the best of the traditions of the Old Halls, on the basis of which a new culture has been developed over the years. The Hysanians are a harmonious group and they treasure open-mindedness, pluralistic values and autonomy of the individual. In a nutshell: The Hysanians are different but in harmony - to quote Confucius:"君子和而不同".



R.C Lee Hall


R.C Lee Hall

Warden:

Dr. Robert T.Y. Chung

Manager:

Ms Elane Chow

Location:

6A Sassoon Road

No. of Places:

375

Telephone:

2986 5250

Fax:

2872 6276

Email:

rclhall@hku.hk

Website

www.rclhall.hku.hk

Founded in 1992, R.C. Lee Hall, a hall for both men and women, emphasizes a new kind of hall culture based on the development of individuality within the context of social responsibility. The Hall takes pride in its diversified development in areas of social, cultural and environmental concerns. Drama, summer hall, internet and RCTV are just some of their many unorthodox activities. The mission of R.C. Lee Hall is to provide a ground for the training of the mind, and for the practice of humanity. They are firm believers in hall education and they especially welcome students with a clear sense of civic responsibility or deep interest in intellectual, cultural and even political activities. "Liberty with responsibility, unity in diversity" is their motto and ideal.



Wei Lun Hall


Warden:

Dr. K.C. Cheung

Manager:

Ms Elane Chow

Location:

6D Sassoon Road

No. of Places:

381

Telephone:

2986 5300

Fax:

2872 4767

Email:

weilun@hku.hk

Website:

www.weilun.hku.hk 

Wei Lun Hall

Opened in August 1994, Wei Lun Hall provides accommodation for 381 male and female students. Its modern conveniences and facilities (e.g. computer room, reading room, study room and fitness room) are matched by a new mind-set which emphasizes civility, rationality and maturity - qualities rightly associated with university education.


University Hall (Pokfulam Road)


University Hall


Warden:

Dr. Henry Lau

Steward:

Mr. Grandy Fung

Location:

144 Pokfulam Road

No. of Places:

110 (for men only)

Telephone:

2857 8255

Fax:

2550 6341

Email:

uhall@hku.hk

Website:

www.hku.hk/uhall

University Hall

(Courtesy of photolib@hku.hk)

University Hall is converted from a castle built more than 130 years ago. Situated adjacent to Pokfulam Reservoir, right at the entrance of Pokfulam Country Park, University Hall has a quiet and peaceful country neighbourhood, and a gorgeous view of the sea on the southern side of Hong Kong Island. It takes about 15 minutes to go from the hall to the main campus by bus. The hall has its own dining room, an open playground and many other modern facilities.

University has a long and proud tradition. The staff and residents of the hall are committed to making hall residence a part of the "whole-person" education provided by the University. They take pride in our strong hall spirit, brotherhood and dynamic hall life. The ethos of University Hall is enshrined in the motto "Within these walls none is a stranger".


Non-University-Administered Halls (Pokfulam Road)


Ricci Hall


Acting Warden:

Fr. Robert Ng, SJ

Assistant Warden:

Mr. WONG, Wan-man

Location:

93 Pokfulam Road

No. of Places:

120 (for men only, all single rooms with balcony)

Telephone:

2546 1221

Fax:

2517 0280

Email:

riccihal@hku.hk

Website:

www.ricci.hku.hk

Ricci Hall

Ricci Hall is run and administered by the Jesuit Fathers and founded in 1929 in memory of Jesuit Matteo Ricci. Ricci Hall features great history and deep heritage. Residents of the hall work on educational, sporting and cultural pursuits; and are strongly encouraged to involve themselves in some way with the community life of Ricci. Recently renovated in 2016, Ricci Hall is conveniently located within a few minutes' walk from the university campus, sports centre, rapid transit station (MTR), supermarket and other local eateries.

The hall offers catered living (3 meals a day), single rooms, its own chapel, two libraries, a dining hall, a tennis court, a car park and a pantry at the end of each corridor.
While embedded with local tradition, Ricci Hall also has an international environment and hosts several activities such as high table dinners and honorary guest speeches.

N.B. Short-term or guest accommodation is not available during semesters.



St. John's College


St. John's College


Master:

The Rev. Dr Chong Chee Min

Location:

82 Pokfulam Road

No. of Places:

223 undergraduates
111 postgraduates 
(all single rooms)

Telephone:

2817 7102

Fax:

2817 5624

Email:

stjohns@hku.hk

Website:

www.hku.hk/stjohns

St. John's College was founded by the Anglican Church in 1912. It provides accommodation for both undergraduates and postgraduates. The College is located opposite the Flora Ho Sports Centre. It has its own dining room, a billiard room, a library, a chapel and a student common room. The undergraduate rooms are air-conditioned.

Wong Chik Ting Hall of St. John's College (for postgraduate students)

Priorities are given to research students. Residency of one complete year is preferred, but there are also some rooms specially designed for short term visiting scholars. All rooms are fully furnished and air-conditioned with self-contained bathroom. The monthly charges for a room ranged from HK$5,500 to HK$6,100 (excluding electricity charges). Room rates quoted are subject to annual review. For enquiries about vacancies, please contact the hall office.


3 April 2017

Residential Halls