HSUHK Library is your learning partner! Come explore our collections, services and facilities. We provide various learning support resources and offer information skills development programmes that can help you in the pursuit of knowledge and achieve academic success. Start your learning journey with us by joining an orientation session today!
Information Technology Services Centre (ITSC)
ITSC offers IT services and support for HSUHK users.
The Registry handles student registration and records, module registration, add/drop and withdrawal, class and examination scheduling, student academic standing, transcript and other academic certification, academic events and ceremonies.
Please read the Academic Regulations for Undergraduate programmes and visit the Current Undergraduate Student page at Registry for detailed information concerning your study, such as attendance and graduation requirements, module registration, add/drop and withdrawal, examination, etc. You may also contact your Personal Tutor or Academic Advisor of your Department/Schools for assistance. The Registry will announce all important information related to your study on eCampus and via Gmail.
Student Affairs Office (SAO)
In support of the University’s education goals, SAO strives to create a supportive and challenging learning environment by providing a wide range of co-curricular programmes and residential life experience. Our ultimate aims are to foster student success and to equip our students to make contributions to society.
HSUHK Jockey Club Residential Colleges
Residential Colleges (RCs) are the second home to 1,100 undergraduate students. Students will live and learn with faculty and peers from diverse backgrounds through a wide range of activities that nurture student residents socially and intellectually. There are four RCs and each has its own theme:
Lee Yick Hoi Lun Mosaic College – Cultural Diversity
S H Ho Wellness College – Healthy Living
Patrick S C Poon Amity College – Community Service
Fung Yiu King Evergreen College — Sustainability
English Language Centre (ELC)
The ELC provides a cozy and relaxing environment for students to engage in English language learning. Through theme-based workshops, individual consultations, competitions, as well as references and online resources, students can improve English skills in reading, writing, listening, and speaking.
The Institute for Chinese Language and Culture (ICLC)
We have set up the following centres under the ICLC to enhance liberal arts education and professional skill development in compliance with the aim of the university: Centre for Business Ethics and Culture, Chinese Language Centre and Putonghua Education and Assessment Centre. The Putonghua Education and Assessment Centre was established to implement the National Putonghua Proficiency Test in collaboration with the State Language and Writing Commission, with the aim of helping students achieve a Putonghua level that is internationally certified and to fulfil the graduation requirement.
IT Learning Centre (ITLC)
ITLC offers various levels of IT workshops and IT courses to our HSUHK students which equip them with essential and substantial IT knowledge and IT skills to meet the challenges of nowadays changing world.
To ensure that our degree students will be equipped with basic IT competence, students admitted in or before 2019-20 are required to take and pass the IT Proficiency Test and attend the two compulsory IT workshops for graduation.
For students admitted in or after 2020-21, please click HERE to check whether or not you are exempted from the IT Proficiency Programme.
Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL)
The Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL) was established with the aim to enhance the teaching and learning quality at HSUHK. CTL serves to coordinate, promote, implement and review the following three practices: (a) enhancement of excellence and innovation in teaching and learning; (b) the University’s common core curriculum; and (c) e-learning, the effective use of technology in support of teaching and learning and the development of Mass Open Online Courses (MOOC). There are four sections, namely (i) Common Core Curriculum, (ii) e-Learning and (iii) Service-Learning, and (iv) Teaching and Learning Enhancement, that serve to achieve excellence in teaching and learning.