Rules on Hostel Life
All residents will receive a Student Residence Handbook upon check in, which contains the important rules and information with respect to residents' living at the hostel. Residents may also view the full version of the Student Residence Handbook on the website.
Student Residence Handbook 2016/17 (Dr. Ng Tor Tai International House)
Student Residence Handbook 2016/17 (Carlson Court)
Some of the important hostel rules, while already included in the Student Residence Handbook, are again highlighted below for residents' quick reference. Included also is some important information regarding the daily instances of residence life.
The University endeavors to maintain a secure living environment for residents. Security procedures are established and all residents should comply with them as follows:
1. Access Control
Only residents and their registered visitors can access the premises. Residents of Dr. Ng Tor Tai International House ("NTTIH") are required to put their room card in front of the card reader when passing the security control gate while Carlson Court residents are required to use the assigned entrance password for access to the premises. Proof of identity of residents or their visitors may be requested by the security guards of the premises.
Resident(s) who invite visitors to the hostel shall be held responsible for the behavior of the visitors.
The visitation hours are from 8:00 am to 11:00 pm. All visitors are not allowed to stay overnight at the House.
- No Smoking
- No Alcoholic Beverage
- Respect the Rights of Other Residents
- Bring Along Your Room Card / Keys before Leaving the Room
- Save Energy, Save the Earth
- No Cooking in the Room (only applicable to NTTIH)