Green Building and Design
The HSMC Jockey Club Residential Colleges achieved the BEAM Plus New Buildings (V1.2) Provisional Platinum on 9 July 2014. The Residential Colleges adopt environmental-friendly measures, e.g. Application of renewable energy systems in rainwater and grey water recycling systems, air-conditioning, lighting, and installing solar panels on rooftops for power supply in corridors and general lighting.
The Residential Colleges adopt environmental-friendly measures:
ü Lighting and installing solar panels on the rooftops for power supply in corridors and general lighting.
Over a third of the site of residential colleges is covered by green landscaping elements, including vertical plantings and rooftop gardens. Bamboo is a primary element in the landscape design and widely used in Residential Colleges, including furniture, curtains, decoration, and wall panels,etc. The growth cycle of bamboo is faster than that of trees with more beneficial impact on the ecological environment. A bamboo specimen garden is designed and opens for students and the college community.
The HSMC Jockey Club Residential Colleges consist of 3 blocks and 4 residential colleges accommodating around 1,200 bed places for HSMC students.
Bed Study Room
There are about 400 rooms, including 2-person, 3-person and 4 person rooms; each with a built-in washroom and shower unit and equipped with loft bed, bookshelf, chair, wardrobe, fan and self-paid air-conditioning system.
There is a common room on each floor where residents can meet and socialize. Television, drinking fountain, refrigerator and microwave oven are provided.
Student Hub is open from 10:00 am to 2:00 am every day. No registration is needed.
Learning Common is open from 10:00 am to 2:00 am every day but will be extended opening hours during exam period. No registration is needed. First-come-first served basis.
Tuck Shop is located on G/F, Wellness College near the Shuttle Lift.