In 2014, the College Board embarked a development plan for the College. Feedbacks were collected from staff members and students and it was identified an urgent needs of new space for student interaction as well as for student bodies to run student programs and activities. These old facilities fail to cater the needs of current students. For instance, there is a severe shortage of student society office and multi-purpose rooms for student activities.
After rounds of deliberation and studies, the College Board decided to redevelop 2 old staff quarters into a pair of twin blocks – the Student Development Centre (Low Block) and the Multi-functional Building (High Block). The plan is estimated to increase around 8,000 square feet indoor student activity space, equipped with the most advanced facilities.
A glimpse on the plan:
- Kunkle Student Centre (Low Block): Multi-purpose function rooms, offices and meeting rooms for student societies, caring centre, public space for social interaction and roof garden
- Leung Fung Yee Building (High Block): A mini-theatre, a Gym and Yoga Room, medium-sized staff quarters and small studio suites
- Grand Opening: 2022
- Estimated budget: HK$200 million
- Fund-raising target: HK$100 million (The College Board of Trustees has committed a grant of HK$50 million and another matching grant of HK$50 million.)
We look forward to your support to our series of fund-raising activities. Your support is crucial in enhancing the image of Chung Chi College and establishing a better learning environment to nurture future leaders of the society.
The College sincerely thanks, on behalf of students of Chung Chi, all donors for their philanthropy in supporting the College's development. You are most welcomed to click here to read more about how acknowledgements are made by the College.