A Campus Life Advising System (CLAS), a self-monitoring mechanism, is developed to help you set your goals. Meanwhile, University Life Planning Scheme is adopted to help new students understand the non-academic opportunities for personal development at EdUHK and have a better planning.
You can refer to SAO’s website for more information.
EdUHK Student Health Services provide primary medical services. The Health Centre is located in the Cho Kwai Chee Foundation Building (Room 09, 1/F, Block A).
The student card (EdU Card) is widely used on campus, including access to Library, hostels, etc. Therefore, students should keep their student ID cards properly. If you lose your student ID card, you need to get a replacement at the Information Center for a fee of HK $ 100.
There is a convenience store on campus, operated by 7-Eleven. It is located in the Central Facilities Building. Opening hours are 07:30 - 23:30 daily.
The nearest supermarket to campus is a Wellcome store in the basement of the Retail Block, Richwood Park, 33 Lo Fai Road, Taipo. This is a 10-minute walk up the hill to the left when you leave campus.
Tai Po Centre, reachable by taxi or bus 74K from campus, has another Wellcome and a ParknShop supermarket. The closest supermarket with a more extensive range of Western/American food products is City Super in New Town Plaza shopping mall, just next to Shatin Station. This is about 30 minutes from campus.
EdUHK’s Mong Man Wai Library is the leading education library in the region. In addition to general books and serials, the Library houses a Central Teaching Resources Collection, Reference Collection, Reserve Collection, Media Resources Collection and two Model Libraries. You also have access to the 7x24 Learning Centre, which provides study facilities, course textbooks, PC workstations with internet links, live TV connections, printers and photocopiers for students around the clock. Study rooms and discussion rooms are available for all students. Facilities are available upon booking, for more details please refer to the Library website.
The campus has a variety of conveniently located eateries, providing meals, snacks and coffee. You will find a wide range of food available at the Student Canteen, including Chinese food and cuisines from Southeast Asian, Japanese and Western. A traditional Chinese restaurant and a Western restaurant are also available. On the ground floor of Block B, a Food Kiosk offers various snacks, vegetarian and halal meals. A Lassana Coffee shop is located on the lower floor of Block C, where students can enjoy coffee, spaghetti, sandwiches, and desserts. In addition, the U Deli is located next to the library and serves Western food. Students who wish to prepare their own meals may do so in the shared pantry/kitchen of the dormitory.
The mailboxes for delivery can be found at C-G/F-04 (behind the library). Postage stamps are sold at 7-Eleven for a range of prices. Parcels must be weighed and posted in the Post Office. Fu Shin Post Office is a post office located near campus. Address: 1/F, Shop No. F106, Fu Shin Shopping Centre, Fu Shin Estate, Tai Po.
Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) sets up IT Help Desk where students can use the computers to do their homework and print necessary documents. Besides, you can visit the IT Help Desk Office during the opening hours and seek help from duty staff when you forget your password or are not able to login to the University's website.
The University’s Amenities & Sports Complex is located at Block E, which includes multi-purpose sports room, table tennis room, gym room, indoor and outdoor swimming pool, basketball court, soccer pitch and tennis court. Our students can enjoy the facilities without any charges. However, to use the gym facilities, students must first complete Physical Fitness Room User Training Course.
Students can use the ibooking system to reserve some of the sport facilities. For more information, please visit Estates Office’s website.
The Arthur Samy Language Learning Centre (ASLLC) is a self-access centre where students can develop independent language learning skills and study languages on their own or in small groups. The Centre provides a wide-range of self-access language learning (SALL) software, workshops and consultations to help students develop language proficiency and autonomy in learning in Chinese, English and Putonghua.
Appointments can be made online.
Under Smoking (Public Health) Ordinance in Hong Kong law, smoking is prohibited in many public areas such as restaurants, shops, schools, hospitals, public transport, cinemas, karaokes, beaches, public swimming pools and parks etc.
No person shall smoke or carry a lighted cigarette, cigar or pipe in a designated non-smoking area. A person who commits an offence will be issued with a HK$1,500 fixed penalty notice by enforcement officers.
Meanwhile, there is a fixed penalty of HK$1,500 for littering, spitting, or unauthorized display of bills and posters in public places in Hong Kong. So please always maintain hygiene.
University Security Control Centre is located at Room 04, G/F, Block A. There are guards posted and patrolling 24-hour on campus. Guards are posted in student hostels as well. Non-hostel residents cannot enter the dormitory unless permission is received.