After receiving the hall application email, fill in the application form online during the application period. Application normally opens in June and November each year.
Please note that you need the following documents: address proof, academic record, non-academic achievement certificates, and a recent photo. Please see the application website for details.
Hall rental for 2022-23:
Two-bed room: HKD 2,200 (Monthly)
Three-bed room: HKD 1,800 (Monthly)
The hall rental is subject to change each year.
** Electricity, water, gas and internet bills are already included in the rental.
Hall places are given out based on the application scores of applicants.
The score is calculated according to a number of factors i.e. whether the applicant have lived in the hall before, distance from applicant’s home to campus, year of study, academic performance, participation in college groups and activities.
If an applicant is able to obtain a high score each year, he or she is possible to get a place throughout their study years.
Applicants are not allowed to pick their roommates. Students who are offered a place will be randomly assigned to available rooms.
Due to safety concerns and limited places, residents are not allowed to live alone in a room and must share a room with others under normal circumstances.
For those who are unable to get a place at the hall and have difficulty finding housemates, the Student Affairs Office will help connect these students so that they can form groups. However, the Student Affairs Office will not help students look for accommodation.
Daily necessities such as clothes for both cold and hot seasons, bed sheet, pillow and blanket, cleaning utensils, eating utensils, body care products, slippers.
No electrical appliances are provided in the hall rooms. Residents will have to bring their own appliances if necessary. Please be reminded to use certified appliances to avoid possible accidents.
76.3cm (width) x 190.5cm (length)
No extra furniture is allowed in the hall room to avoid blocking of the passage.
No pets are allowed in the hall.
Living in the hall:
The Student Affairs Office is located in E105, 1/F.
Monday to Friday: 9:00am to 6:00pm.
Saturdays, Sundays and school holidays: Closed.
For emergencies please call 2972-7388.
Smoking is not allowed on campus. Points and penalty applies if the smoke detector is triggered by smoking. For details see Hall Rules and Regulations.
Students are not allowed to cook in the hall. However, students can use the microwave and fridges in the pantry for storing and heating of food.
You may put posters on the wall, however all damages or tape marks on the wall will be charged during check-out. A better option would be posting posters on wooden surfaces rather than on the walls.
Yes, you may bring visitors under these circumstances:
- visitors are only allowed from 9:00am to 10:00pm
- visitors are restricted to the public areas on G/F and 1/F unless accompanied by residents
- one visitor per resident
- visitors must comply all hall rules and regulations
Both Wifi and Ethernet connection are available in the hall rooms.
Cleaners are only responsible for cleaning common areas such as pantries and toilets. No cleaning service will be provided for individual rooms.
Changing of roommates is not encouraged in the hall. If there is a need, residents will have to report to the Student Affairs Office for consideration.
You can top-up your account with your Smart Card at the Smart Meter System machine in the pantry on each floor.
Name of Recipient
Room No. DXXX, Student Hall
Chu Hai College of Higher Education,
80 Castle Peak Road, Castle Peak Bay, New Territories, Hong Kong
You can report broken facilities or equipment by the link:
Please note you will need to login Microsoft Forms with your student email and password.
You are required to inform the Student Affairs Office (E105) for hall withdrawal. Hall fees will not be refunded to move out residents under all circumstances.
If you lost your room key or resident card, you should notify Student Affairs Office or Warden immmediately for arrangement subject to the corresponding administration and penalty charges.
Please call college 24 hours hotline 2972-7388 if you need emergency attention.
You are required to follow these steps:
- Clear all trash
- Bring all your personal belongings to the location assigned by the SAO
- Perform room inspection with staff
- Check remaining credits in your resident card
- Complete Hall Satisfaction Questionnaire
You can collection your deposit around 3 weeks after completion of check-out. Penalties will be deduced from the deposit for any damages in your room.
No. All rooms will be re-assigned every academic year.
All personal belongings have to be cleared at check-out. If residents need a place for storage, they will have to make arrangements with local storage companies on their own.
No. Repair work will be done during summer break therefore students are not allowed to stay.