United College was found in 1956 and became one of the three founding colleges of The Chinese University of Hong Kong in 1963. In early days United College rent premises on Caine Road and later on Bonham Road to serve as its campus, and in December 1971 the College moved to its present campus in Shatin. The first batch of the College buildings included the Staff/Student Amenities Building (later renamed Cheung Chuk Shan Amenities Building), Adam Schall Residence, the Arts and Administration Building (later renamed Tsang Shiu Tim Building), the Library (later renamed Wu Chung Multimedia Library), and the Commerce and Social Science Building (later renamed T.C. Cheng Building). Later the College constructed four more buildings i.e. United College Staff Residence (1976), Bethlehem Hall (1978), Hang Seng Hall (1986) and Chan Chun Ha Hostel (2004) as hostels.
United College is celebrating its 60th Anniversary with a series of celebrating activities, including Photo Competition, Feast-for-a-Thousand, Distinguished Visiting Scholar Lecture Series, Music Festival, etc. For more details please click: http://uc60.uc.cuhk.edu.hk/en-gb/
興建中的聯合書院 United College Under Construction (1971)
聯合書院近貌 United College Today