Section 1: General Provisions
Article 1 (Purpose)
This facility is to provide convenience for students' academic life, and to contribute to character development through on orderly and cheerful community life.
Matters concerning the organisation and operation of Sungkyunkwan University's dormitory (hereafter "Dormitory") are explained here.
Article 2 (Dormitory)
Specifications regarding the Humanities and Social Sciences Campus dormitory ("Myeongnyunhaksa") and the Natural Sciences Campus dormitory ("Bongnyonghaksa") are detailed in the appendix.
Article 3 (Residential Period)
The dormitory operates all year round, but if necessary certain buildings may be closed at certain times.
Article 4 (Residents' Committee)
For residents' study, and orderly and cheerful life, a residents' committee can be made.
Article 5 (Residential Rules)
For orderly communal life, the committee can make new rules with the president's approval.
Article 6 (Purpose)
Facilities can only be used by residents, but if it is for educational purposes and does not require maintenance, and when the dormitory director approves, others can use it.
Section 2 Organization
Article 7 (Director)
- ① The director is in charge of all dormitory management.
- ② The university president recommends the director from teaching staff, associate professors, and the chairman of the board appoints him/her.
- ③ Directors are appointed for two-year terms, and may be reelected.
Article 8 (Dormitory Administration Office)
The administration office is in charge of admission and leaving; residents' guidance; and business contracts.
Article 9 (Residence and Lifestyle Guide)
The dormitory can appoint a residence and lifestyle guide.
Section 3 Management Committee
Article 10 (Management Committee Setup and Structure)
- ① The management committee of up to 10 people appointed by the university president from directors and teaching staff deliberates important events regarding dormitory management.
- ② The management committee chair is the dormitory director.
Article 11 (Deliberations)
The committee discusses the following:
- 1) Review of this list of rules
- 2) Establishing and reviewing residents' rules
- 3) Analysis of dormitory management
- 4) Determining accommodation fees
- 5) Other important dormitory management-related issues
Article 12 (Committee)
- ① Only the chair of the management committee calls and chairs meetings.
- ② More than half the members of the committee are required to attend each meeting, and more than half of the attendees must approve motions in order for them to pass.
Section 4 Residents' Admission and Leaving
Article 13 (Admission Eligibility)
Current students with good test scores and behavior record are eligible for consideration for dormitory admission.
Article 14 (Admission Application)
Eligible applicants must submit their application during the notified designated period.
Article 15 (Admission Registration)
To complete registration, accepted applicants must submit a medical report from a specified medical centre, and a pledge.
Article 16 (Accommodation Period)
The accommodation period is based on one semester, following the university schedule, and if necessary each building can alter this.
Article 17 (Admission Restrictions)
Applicants to whom at least one of the following applies are ineligible for admission.
- 1) Recipients of university disciplinary action
- 2) Gap-year students
- 3) Carriers of infectious or contagious diseases
- 4) Previously-denied applicants
- 5) Others determined to be unsuitable for communal life
Article 18 (Eviction)
① The director can evict residents to whom at least one of the following applies.
- 1) Violators of residents' rules or who cause disorder
- 2) Residents in arrears
- 3) Those to whom an item from List 17 applies during the residential period
- ② In the event of eviction due to Article 18 Clause 1, the director will inform the resident's parents and head of department of the reason.
- ③ Those evicted under Article 18 Clause 1 are required to return communal facilities and leave the dormitory within 4 days. Should they fail to do so, personal property will be randomly seized.
Section 5 Fees
Article 19 (Facility maintenance fee)
The dormitory's facilities will be provided from the university's budget. A general maintenance fee will be charged to residents.
Article 20 (Dormitory and Admission Fees)
① Residents should pay the deposit, maintenance fee and meal cost (hereafter "dormitory fee") during the application period.
However, if the dormitory does not provide meals, or a meal plan is not selected by the resident, then the meal cost should not be paid.
② For admission outside the standard entry period
(early entry, extended stay, or entry mid-semester), the dormitory fee will be calculated based on a daily rate.
Article 21 (Dormitory Fee and Deposit Refund)
① Dormitory fee refund for those who cancel application or leave mid-semester will follow the stated refund policy.
However, if fewer than 30 days remain in the residential period, there will be no refund.
- ② The deposit will be refunded after the resident leaves, but if the room is left unclean, or if fittings are damaged, then a deduction for compensation will be taken from the refund.
Article 22 (Bylaws)
Details for enforcement of these rules will be decided separately based on bylaws.
- ① These rules apply from 1 March, 2014.
- ② Under operation of these rules, the “HakSaJang” is the director(“GwanJang“).
(Appendix 1) Dormitory Building Details
- 49 Bomun-ro 34-gil, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul
- 74 residents
E-House (East Guesthouse)
- 5 Yulgok-ro 29-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
- 403 residents
- Opened September 2014
G-House (Global Center)
- 171 Yulgok-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul
- 316 residents
I-House (International House)
- 67 Seonggyungwan-ro 5-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
- 94 residents
K-House (Kingo House)
- 35 Seonggyungwan-ro 7-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
- 248 residents
- 15 Hyehwa-ro 5-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
- 90 residents
- 1,225 residents