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This building is at the center of Global Campus. All of Club (korean word 'Dongari') room, cafeteria, place for refreshment, and office of students affairs are in here. Cafeteria located on the first floor has 380 seats, and Korean, Chinese, Western and fast food are sold at the low price. School store is inside of cafeteria and post office is beside the cafeteria. And copy room and photo studio is on the second floor.

The Central Library first opened in the College of Engineering Building in 1980 when the Global Campus was established in the Yongin area. The current library building, one of the most monumental architecture at Kyung Hee, was constructed in September 1994 with an area of 22,800 square meters.

 Despite its relatively short history, the Central Library was one of the pioneer institutions in Korea to introduce a digital library system in the early 1990s. In 1994, the Library introduced KULIS (Kyung Hee University Library Information System), a totally automated information system. The Central Library currently possesses about 650,000 books and non-book materials, including important Korean classics, government documents and archives, foreign books and materials, an extensive CD-ROM collection, and AV materials. In addition, it subscribes to more than 9,000 electronic journals and holds a variety of online databases. Most recently, the Central Library has obtained a United Nations Depository Library Status with which it receives all the materials published by the UN. The Central Library has been proud of being a main gateway for university members to reach out to the sea of information in Korea and throughout the world. 

Phone : +82-31-201-3217, 3174
F  a  x  : +82-31-204-8111
E-mail : library@khu.ac.kr

+ Circulation
The library user needs the ID card to enter the library and borrow the library materials. The ID card can’t be borrowed to others. All the staffs and students are registered as library member automatically in March every year. Library membership is also issued at the Circulation Department on the ground floor.

+ Reservation
When the requested book is borrowed, the library user can reserve it. When the book is returned, the e-mail notice will be to the requester.

+ Renewal
Books not requested by other borrowers may be renewed one more time using KULIS. But when the book is overdue or reserved by others, it can’t be renewed.

+ Borrowing Privileges
- Undergraduate: 7 books / 14 days
- Graduate: 15 books(Master) or 20 books(PhD) / 28 days
- Lecturer: 20 books / 30 days
- Faculty & Staff: 30 books / 180 days or 60 books / 90 days

+ Fine & Cost Policies
Borrowed books must be returned in due date. Borrowers are subject to overdue penalties for the late return of library books.
- Overdue Penalties: 100 Won per day per book up to 20,000 Won maximum
- Lost
: If the borrowed materials are considered lost, borrowers will be assessed the replacement of the lost item or fines twice the current cost of the replacement item.

+ Copier & Scanner
Photocopiers and scanners are located in Circulation (ground floor), Domestic Periodicals Room (second floor), and Foreign Periodicals Room (third floor). Library use needs a photocopy card to copy the materials. The card is sold at the store on the second floor. The use of scanner is for free.

+ Internet & Printing
Library user can use the computer in the Open Computer Lab on the second floor. Word processor is available and printing costs 50 Won per sheet. Internet surfing is also available in the Internet Café on the ground floor.

+ Document Delivery Service
When the needed materials are not held in the library, library user can request document delivery service. Interlibrary loan service is on the third floor. User can also request the document delivery service through the internet. Registration is needed, and for more information, contact joohlee@khu.ac.kr.

+ During the Term
- Circulation: 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m., Mon. – Fri. / 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., Sat.
- AV Room: 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m., Mon. – Fri.
- Foreign Periodicals Room: 9:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m., Mon. – Fri.
- Domestic Periodicals Room: 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m., Mon. – Fri.
- Study Rooms: 5:00 a.m. – 24:00, Mon. – Sun.

+ During the Vacation
- Circulation: 9:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m., Mon. – Fri.
- AV Room: 9:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m., Mon. – Fri.
- Foreign Periodicals Room: 9:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m., Mon. – Fri.
- Domestic Periodicals Room: 9:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m., Mon. – Fri.
- Study Rooms: 5:00 a.m. – 24:00, Mon. – Sun. 

Students may use the gymnasium at the College of Physical Education and play tennis, basketball, baseball and soccer on the sports field. In addition, a health club is available at a very low cost.

Phone: +82-31-201-2154
F   a  x : +82-31-201-8117
E-mail : sportedu@khu.ac.kr
Students who are confident about their spoken Korean, the Campus Clinic is available. This facility is located on the second floor of the Student Union Building next to the Central Library (Phone: +82-31-201-3118~9).
If students become ill, with a common cold and minor complaint, seeing a pharmacist is usually sufficient. However, for any persistent or serious problem, a doctor is recommended. There is a drugstore on practically every block, and most prescription drugs are available in Korea. If you need an unusual medicine, write ahead to see if it is available here.
In case of serious health problems, students are recommended to contact the office staff immediately so that arrangements can be made.
Student cafeterias are located on the first floor of the Student Union Building, Woojungwon Dormitory, and the College of Engineering Building. They usually serve Korean food at affordable prices. 
The campus post office is located on the first floor of the Student Union Building (Phone: +82-31-202-4830 / Fax: +82-31-202-2355). Stamps, envelopes and boxes can be purchased at the post office as well. Letters with the correct postage applied may be mailed at the post offices or at any mailboxes (letter boxes) throughout the city. Collection times are posted on the boxes.
A branch of Hana Bank is located on the first floor of the Woojungwon Dormitory (Phone: +82-31-203-1111 / Fax: +82-31-273-9511) as well as Woori Bank branch on the second floor of Student Union Building (Phone: +82-31-201-2858 / +82-31-273-4384).

Kyung Hee University has renovated its older dormitories and has built new ones in an effort to provide a better educational environment for students. Sameuiwon, a newly renovated dormitory in Seoul, houses some 400 students. In addition, Saenghwalgwan, partially funded by the Korean government, can accommodate 432 students in total. Woojungwon and Aejiwon, both in Global, house 2,000 and 550 students, respectively. For the detailed information, please refer to Kyung Hee's Dormitories

Although students are required to live in the dormitory, some may wish to stay off campus. Many one and two room apartments (studio apartments) can be rented on a monthly basis. However, apartments can be leased either using a monthly rental system(korean word ' wol-sae') or a large deposit system(korean word 'Jeon-sae'). Rooms and apartments are measured by Pyung, with a typical one room apartment measuring 7 Pyung (1 Pyung is equivalent to about 3.3 square meters).

Off-campus housing includes boarding houses that offer meals and those that do not. The cost depends on the number of people per room, the number of meals, and the type of laundry service. Private boarding houses in Korea require a deposit which varies from 10 times to 20 times the actual monthly rental. However, you will receive the exact amount back at the end of the lease.