All rooms are fully equipped with central heating, central A/C, LAN, large window and lots of light. Every room is double occupancy, which has twin bed, two closets, two desks and chairs.
Showers and Toilets
Residents share showers and toilets.
The rooms are centrally air conditioned but students can set the room temperature using the control switch.
The electric voltage in Korea is 220V (60hz), and the standard wall socket has two rounded holes. Due to fire hazard reasons, please do not use cooker, iron or coffeepot in the room.
Fire extinguishers are located throughout the building. Water sprinklers will start automatically at the sign of smoke. In case of fire, leave the premise as quick as possible through the staircases, which have green exit signs. Do not use the elevators.
Furniture and Equipment
All furniture and equipment in each room should be handled with care. They are prohibited from relocation or replacement without permission from a housemother. Room furnishing will be inspected at the point of check-in and check-out. Tenants will be responsible for any damages except for natural deterioration that comes with usage.
If you feel sick late at night, call the dormitory office at 5184, located at the lobby.
Health Training Center
Located on the basement floor and open 24 hours, students can use many kinds of health
The Dormitory and International House is 7 stories high with a 1-story underground area. Construction began in January, 2003 and was completed in June, 2006.
|Floor||male student||Female student|
|1st basement||9 rooms||-|
|1st floor||-||19 rooms|
|2nd floor||16 rooms||21 rooms|
|3nd floor||33 rooms||11 rooms|
|4th floor||33 rooms||13 rooms|
|5th floor||33 rooms||13 rooms|
|6th floor||33 rooms||13 rooms|
|7th floor||33 rooms||13 rooms|
|total||190 rooms||103 rooms|
|capacity of residents||380 residents||206 residents|
|Total capacity: 586 residents|