The Office of Student Affairs (OSA) offers professional services on personal growth and development.
All undergraduate students of CUHK are given the opportunity to stay in student hostels for at least one year during their studies. Allocation of accommodation takes into consideration a student's travelling time to studies, his/her home environment and participation in student activities. Priority is given to specific groups of students including key office bearers of the Student Union, the College Resident Associations and other student bodies.
The University Library system is one of Hong Kong's strongest and most comprehensive collections.
Computing facilities are available at several 24-hour labs run by the Information Technology Services Centre and in the dormitories. The dormitories have fast and easy network connections.
The University has a population of over 20,000. Protecting the physical and emotional health of all these individuals is a stupendous undertaking. While CUHK members can have their cold or sprained ankle treated at the campus clinics or at designated clinics off campus, the University also empowers them, through health promotion, to improve their own health.
CUHK and the Colleges offer a variety of sports facilities, including a sports field for track and field, gymnasia, an Olympic-sized swimming pool, tennis and squash courts, weight training rooms and a water sports centre.