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Summer Residence for Students

 

Student Residence Halls

Hall places are available for Undergraduate students during Summer from June to July every year. Eligible students who are going to take Summer classes, Summer internship, Summer research projects or help plan and organize Orientation activities of student organizations, are welcome to apply for Summer Hall accommodation.

For enquiries, please contact the Undergraduate Halls at 3411 2602 or ughall@hkbu.edu.hk.

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Full-time UGC-funded UG students, except the following students, are eligible to apply:

  • Exchange students,
  • Final year local students,
  • Final year non-local students who are not current residents

     

    NOTE: Students must possess a student status of “Normal Study” as defined by the Academic Registry during the stay in Summer Hall. You may check your student status in BUniPort > Profile > Personal Particulars & Study Record. Students who cease to be classified as “Normal Study” (e.g. taking an internship) will no longer be eligible for student accommodation and will be required to check out of the hall.

    Admission Priorities

    Priorities will be given to:

  1. Current residents,
  2. Summer Program participants*,
  3. Officers of academic societies and interest clubs,
  4. Other commuting students


    * Documentary evidence must reach the G4 Service Counter of Undergraduate Halls on or before the deadline of 6pm, 13 Apr 2017. Unsupported cases will not be considered.

Please read thoroughly all information of this page and select your Summer Hall Plans before submitting application in BUniPort (U-Life > Hall Residence Application).

Online Summer Hall Application
6 to 13 April 2017
Application Result announcement
24 Apr 2017
Room Assignment announcement
15 May 2017

Your preferred roommate should be of the same gender and applying for the same Summer Hall period. For better utilization of rooms, your preference will be met as far as practicable. Unit-mates will be assigned by the Hall Management. Room change/single room request will NOT be accepted.

Debit notes for Summer Hall Fees will be issued to successful applicants in BUniPort during 24 Apr to 4 May 2017. Please settle Summer Hall Fees according to the instruction in the email sent by the Finance Office. You must enter the Debit Note Number and choose Bill Type during payment.


Note
for summer hall fees

1 Summer Hall Fees paid are non-refundable and non-transferable.

2 Failure to pay the Summer Hall Fees on time will result in recovery of Summer Hall Offer automatically.

3 Late payment is not acceptable in most cases subject to special approval and a Penalty for late payment of $300 (w.e.f. 1 July 2017).

Caution Money of the immediate past semester will be carried forward to Summer Hall for current residents while $1,000 Caution Money will be collected from non-current residents.

Note for Caution Money

1 Caution Money will be refunded, less any restitution charges for damage or loss of properties and keys, to your bank account within 8 weeks.

2 Please update your bank account information in BUniPort BEFORE 15 May 2017.

Room assignment result (and relocation period for current residents) will be announced on 15 May 2017 in BUniPort.

Summer Residence starts on 25 May 2017

(Only current residents may apply for Summer Hall for the period starting from 25 May 2017)

  1. Assigned to Original Room

    Please bring your Student Card and Door Card to the G4 Service Counter during 10am – 6pm, 26 May 2017 for card data update.

  2. Assigned to Another Room

    The following Room Relocation period will be assigned to you subject to room availability and is NOT changeable.

Summer Residence starts on
Room Relocation Period
25 May 2017
1 Jun 2pm – 2 Jun 12noon
2 Jun 2pm – 3 Jun 12noon
3 Jun 2pm – 3 Jun 6pm
1 Jun 2017
(Resident Assistants)
2 Jun 2pm – 3 Jun 12 noon
To complete Room Relocation procedures, you MUST complete the following steps within your assigned room relocation period:
 
  1. Remove all your personal belongings from your original room
  2. Return Door Card, Washroom Key and Mailbox Key of your original room
  3. Collect your Summer Hall door card, washroom key and mailbox key
  4. Bring your Student Card to the G4 Service Counter for card data update

     

    Late Room Relocation Surcharge

  1. All Summer Hall residents MUST complete the room relocation within the assigned relocation period. Request for change of relocation period will NOT be accepted.
  2. Residents who are not available to complete the room relocation before the assigned time should authorize a friend/Hall Tutor to relocate for you (Please leave them your room keys and submit an authorization letter to G4 service counter), OR, store your luggage before you leave. Your original room should be cleared by the end of the relocation period.
  3. Residents who fail to complete either step 1) or 2) above will be charged of a $500 Late Room Relocation Surcharge and it will be deducted from the Caution Money. Anything left behind in the room will also be disposed of as rubbish and neither the University nor the Hall Management will be responsible for any loss or damage of personal belongings arising from such action.

     

    Summer Residence starts AFTER 25 May 2017

    Please bring your Student Card and check in at the G4 Service Counter after 2pm on your check-in date during our office hours. Your Student Cards will be activated and you should collect a Summer Hall door card, washroom key and mailbox key.

    Office Hours of G4 Service Counter

Monday – Friday
9am – 11pm (1 – 2pm and 7 – 8pm Meal Break)
Saturday
9am – 6pm
Sunday and Public Holiday
Closed
  1. You must check out at or before 12 noon on your latest check-out date. Late check-out penalty ($100 per day) will be levied on you and deducted from your Caution Money if you fail to do so.
  2. You may check out before your latest check-out date without any refund of hall fees. You are required to arrange your room inspection at the G4 Service Counter at least 3 working days before you check out.

     

A facility enhancement project to replace air-conditioners in all student bedrooms and the entire air-conditioning system for 1/F common rooms (105, 115, 114, 110, 120) will be carried out this summer. While the Hall Management will put effort to maintain essential cleaning and security services, occasional noise and in-room site work by the contractor are expected. You are reminded to lock up valuables and close the room door when you are not in the room at all times.

Students shall not use the Gym System in Fitness Room without having first undergone appropriate fitness training.

Your application implies your agreement to abide by the University Standards of Conduct of students, Terms and Conditions of Hall Residence, Residents' Code and Hall Rules as posted on the Undergraduate Halls website. All residents should not infringe copyright works using University network. In case of any breach of hall rules and regulations, depending on the seriousness of the matter, sanctions including suspension and expulsion from the Halls may be given to both local and non-local students alike. By checking in, it implies that you agree the hall management to inform your parents/ guardian/home institution of any such sanctions and details of the related disciplinary matter.

All personal data kept and collected will only be used for processing applications, statistical analysis and such other purposes permissible under the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance. You have the right to access to or correct your personal data kept by the University by logging into BUniPort. Please visit the University Privacy Policy for details.