Life on Campus
Computer Labs: Most college buildings are equipped with computer labs open to all Yonsei students.
|Place||Location||Operation Hours||#of PCs||Printing||Note|
|SK Global House||Computer room and lecture room 1F||Open 24 hrs all week long||20||Available on PCs with printing card||For resident use only|
|Korean Language Institute||2F and 6F||Mon ~ Fri 08:30 - 18:30||34||Available at the printing stand 1F|
|New Millennium Hall||Rm 114||Mon ~ Fri 09:00 - 17:00||24||Available on PCs with printing card||Scanning is also available|
Getting Internet Access on Campus
Wireless Internet access is available throughout the campus. Your log-in ID and password will be provided during orientation.
Setting up a School E-mail Account
Students and instructors can apply for a Yonsei e-mail account at: http://mail.yonsei.ac.kr. Yonsei e-mail can be set up in both Korean and in English. To apply for a new account, enter your student ID number or your faculty ID number and your alien registration number. You will be able to create an ID and enter in a password to set up your e-mail account. Each account comes with 100MB of storage and an Internet-based webhard service with a capacity of 1,000MB. E-mail and webhard services are both free of charge.
Yonsei University provides many computer labs throughout the campus. Two computer labs are available for the use of international students in the New Millennium Hall, and another is at the International House. We encourage students to bring their own portable/laptop computers. Each room in the International House has free wireless Internet access available on campus through nespot:http://firstwifi.nespot.com.
|Location||Between the Main Library and the 3rd Engineering Department Building|
|Contact||Athletic Committee, 02-2123-3425|
|Size & Capacity||Basketball Court that meets international standards, 500-seat capacity|
|Facilities||American Football Club, Baseball Club, Basketball Club, Basketball Court, Football Club, gymnasium, Judo Club, Judo dojo, locker rooms, Office of Athletic Committee, Rugby Club, showers, Ski Club, Student Administration Athletic Club, Taekwondo Club, Taekwondo dojo|
|Availability||09:00 - 12:00: athletic department classes
12:00 - 14:00: open to the public (closed when it rains)
14:00 - 18:00: athletic club practice
After 18:00 and weekends: Basketball club night training and other athletic club activities
* No reservations necessary other than for major school events
* Basketball access prohibited for those not wearing athletic shoes
|Location||Near the Northgate Muak Dormitories|
|Availability||4 courts for professors (artificial grass); 4 courts (clay) and 6 tennis courts (hard court) for students|
Main Athletic Fields
|Location||Behind the 3rd Engineering Department Building|
|Contact||Athletic Committee, 02-2123-3425|
|Size & Capacity||Football Field that meets international standards; Baseball Field|
|Facilities||Classes, clubs, school events|
|Availability||09:00 - 18:00: athletic department classes, athletic club training
After 18:00 and weekends: reservations available for athletic activities
* Advanced reservation opens on the 1st day of every month (or on the next day if a holiday).
* For school organizations or a department athletic day, reservations should be made 60 days in advance.
* Events can be canceled if deemed inappropriate or if there is a noise disturbance.
* no rental fee
Library: Central Library & Yonsei-Samsung Library
The Yonsei University Library was founded in 1915 with the founding of Yonhee College, and was first housed in the YMCA building on Chong-no Street. In April 1924, the Library was moved to the third floor of the Yonhee Student Union Building, then to the Gwangbok building in June 1956, and then to the Yongjae building in November 1957. On March 30, 1979 the new library building (now Yonsei Central Library) was completed and it was used as the main library of Yonsei University until 2008.
In 2007, the Yonsei University Library became the first in Korea to successfully embark on the Subject Librarian Services system. The Library is equipped with a high-tech IT environment as well as strengthened digital content management system. With the opening of the Yonsei-Samsung Library in 2008, the Library changed its name from the "Central Library" to "Yonsei University Library". Yonsei University Library reorganized the structure of departments and added two more divisions and four more sections so that it can integrate and manage these two libraries more effectively. The opening of the Yonsei-Samsung Library and the new library system will make the Yonsei University Library a future-oriented high-tech academic information center.
The Library’s collections include more than 1.8 million printed works and 16,000 serials. A variety of electronic resources, including 200 academic databases, 53,000 e-journals, and 42,000 e-books can be accessed both on and off campus. The Yonsei University Library has been the center of Yonsei University’s growth, where a variety of academic information is developed, obtained, and preserved so that it can strongly support the education, research and learning activities of all Yonsei University members. With all these achievements, the Library is developing into a leading academic information resource center of the 21st century and is playing a crucial role in making Yonsei University one of the best international research-based universities with the vision of Yonsei 2020.
WAY students can check out up to ten items, which should be returned within 15 days. A late penalty will be charged for students who have over due books at the end of the program and an official transcript will not be issued.
|Library Classroom (2F)||09:00-20:00||09:00-17:00|
|Humanities Collections: Book (2F)|
|Social Sciences, Science & Engineering Collections: Book (3F)|
|Humanities & Social Sciences Collections: Journals, References (4F)|
|Center for Korean Classics Collection||09:00-17:00||-|
|Study Room (5F, 6F)||09:00-20:00||09:00-17:00|
|Study Room (1F)||Opens 24hrs||Opens 24hrs|
|U-Lounge, Integrated User Services (1F)||09:00-20:00||09:00-17:00|
|Information Commons (2F)|
|Multimedia Center (3F)|
|Science & Technology Collections: Journals, References (5F)|
|Law Library (6F)|
|Study Room (4F)||06:00-23:00||06:00-23:00|
Printing Services are provided jointly by the Yonsei University Library and the Yonsei Coop at the copy rooms on the 2nd and 4th floors of the Central Library, the 4th floor of the Yonsei-Samsung Library, the 4th floor reading room of the Central Library, Information Commons, and the 4th and 5th floor of Yonsei-Samsung Library.
The price for making photocopies is 40 won per page, payable through the ID account system. Payment in cash is allowed for a small quantity of copies or for materials that are not copyrighted. Color copies are 450 won per A4-size page and 900 won per A3-size page.
The Copy Room located on the second floor of the Central Library offers domestic and international faxing services. Sending faxes to Seoul and the Incheon region costs KRW 500 per page while other regions cost KRW 500. International faxing costs vary from KRW 900 to KRW 1,700. There may be additional transmitting fees depending on the countries.)
We stongly recommend students to purchase their textbooks after checking the online course syllabus. Some professors use the course packets throughout the summer and they will explain at the first class where you can purchase them.
A photocopy shop is located on the first floor of the New Millennium Hall (open from 09:00 until 18:00). The price is 40 KRW per page. The clerks in the photocopy shop do not speak English, however, this should not deter any students from accessing this service.
The Copy Room located on the second floor of the Central Library offers domestic and international faxing services. Sending faxes in Seoul and the Incheon region costs KRW 300 per page while other regions cost KRW 500. International faxing costs vary from KRW 900 to KRW 1,700.
Please note that students are not allowed to photocopy or fax documents in the Winter Abroad at Yonsei office.
Student Union Building
The Student Union Building is a place you will definitely want to visit right away.
|B1||Post Office, Wooribank, Bookstore, Shoe Repair Shop, Barber Shop, Cafeteria|
|1st||Optical Shop, Photo Shop, Travel Agency, Two Snack and Lunch Areas|
|2nd||Student Health Dispensary|
|3rd||Student Club Offices|
Office for Students with Disabilities
Yonsei University provides various services and aids for students with disabilities through the Office for Students with Disabilities (OSD).
Services for students with disabilities are individually designed. It is based on students' individual needs as identified by a Disability Specialist at OSD. Available services and programs may change or differ without notification. To check service availability, please contact the Office of Students with Disabilities at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that you must be a registered student in Winter Abroad at Yonsei to be eligible.
In order to apply for Winter Abroad at Yonsei, please note that students should contact the program coordinator at Yonsei University first. After all application materials are collected by the program coordinator at Yonsei, their applications will be transferred to the Office for Students with Disabilities.
Location and Contact
A. Location: 203, Student Union Building (Bldg #203)
1) Tel: 02-2123-3633, 3634
2) E-mail: email@example.com (English service available)
3) Homepage: http://web.yonsei.ac.kr/ablecenter (Korean service only)