Participants in this program reside at S.H. Ho College which was founded in 2006 and opened in fall 2010. This ultra-modern residential college is "home" to professors, tutors and students, with the aim of promoting a diversified environment that encourages "the free exchange of knowledge and ideas".
Students are housed in double rooms with local students (single room options are available at additional cost on a space-available basis).
To facilitate a congenial learning atmosphere, the College requires that all undergraduates live on campus in one of two spacious modern hostels, and that they dine with the Master and other members of the College on three evenings each week.
The College offers three types of dinner: communal dining, cultural dining and high table dinner. Communal dining and cultural dining are held at the student canteen in the Benjamin Franklin Centre on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. High table dinner is held on the second Wednesday of every month, at the Multi-purpose Hall, Shaw College.