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Facilities and Support

Campus facilities

The OUHK believes that successful learning depends on an effective learning environment. It strives to provide academic services and facilities that give students the support they need, and extracurricular opportunities that offer students the enrichment they deserve.

Facilities — The OUHK Main Campus (MC) and Jockey Club Campus (JCC) offer comprehensive teaching facilities. There are libraries, computer and science laboratories, a clinical nursing education centre, testing and certification laboratories, cultural and creative arts studios and laboratories, a language laboratory, study facilities, student common rooms, recreational facilities and cafeterias.

Online learning support —The OUHK’s award-winning Electronic Library gives students round-the-clock access to an extensive collection of databases, and full-text e-journals and e-books. Face-to-face teaching is also enriched by the Online Learning Environment (OLE).

Community service and learning outside the classroom —Academic staff regularly lead exchange study tours to various places. OUHK students have participated in mainland business internships, community service and other programmes.

Student activities

The University encourages students to organize student-related activities to enrich their campus life and to broaden their horizons. To support the development of such activities, the University provides financial and other support to student-related activities through the Committee on Student Affairs and the Student Affairs Office. In addition to the OUHK Students’ Union, there are currently over 40 Student Societies that have been granted OUHK recognition and have been supported by University funding. Students are encouraged to participate in a diverse range of activities, including sports, academic seminars and cultural programmes.

Students with disabilities or special educational needs

The University provides services to students with disabilities or special educational needs. The services include special aids on loan at the Disabled Students Centre and special examination arrangements.

While the OUHK allows some flexibility in terms of arrangements for students with disabilities or special educational needs, they will be assessed by the same academic performance measures as other OUHK students.


Maintained by: Admissions & Enrolment Office (Undergraduate) ( regadmug@ouhk.edu.hk )
Modified Date: Sep 05, 2017