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Pokfield Campus – A World-Class Education．Residence．Sports Complex
As a multipurpose campus embracing innovations for enhanced teaching, learning, and living, the Pokfield Campus will become a new landmark hub for the Pokfulam community. This issue features the campus’ next-generation technologies and infrastructure, the recent community service pilot programme, and the latest construction updates.
Reimagining Academia through Technology
Blending the best practices of traditional higher education with modern technologies, the Pokfield Campus merges face-to-face and remote teaching and learning through world-class audiovisual provisions and state-of-the-art facilities, facilitating interdisciplinary collaboration and innovation.
Designed for Student-Centred Holistic Well-Being
In addition to academic and research excellence, the overall planning of the Pokfield Campus aims to offer a sense of ease and foster a healthy lifestyle for members of the HKU community.
Connect the Community: Elderly Services Completed Successfully
To promote active ageing and intergenerational inclusion in the Pokfulam community, HKU partnered with the Caritas Mok Cheung Sui Kun Community Centre to launch the “HKU Cares” Student Sports Ambassador Pilot Programme in Q3 to Q4 2023. HKU students are trained to lead elderlies in the district to learn aerobics and experience new sports, improving their health and strengthening community connections.
Construction Progress – New Vehicular and Pedestrian Route
Vehicular and pedestrian access to Jockey Club Student Village II (Morrison Hall, Suen Chi Sun Hall, Lee Shau Kee Hall) from Pok Fu Lam Road has been closed and has become a part of the construction site since January 4, 2024. The route between JCSVII and Pok Fu Lam Road has been re-routed via the new Drum Ramp Building.