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Dormitory Regulations

Chapter 1. General Provisions

Article 1. Name

The Dormitory is named the Korea University Anam Dormitory (hereinafter “the Dormitory”).

Article 2. Purpose

The Purpose of the establishment of the Dormitory is to provide students with accommodation during their period of study and to promote a sound atmosphere for growing well-rounded talents via a communal life that encompasses both liberty and discipline.

Article 3. Operations and Supervision

The Dormitory is operated and supervised by a General Director designated by the Korea University President.

Article 4. Scope of Authorized Users

Only residents may use the Dormitory’s facilities. However, if permission is granted from the General Director for the purpose of education, non-resident students may also use the Dormitory facilities during summer and winter vacations.

Article 5. Rules for Residents

The General Director enacts the Rules for Residents with the approval of the Korea University President for their orderly life at the Dormitory.

Chapter 2. The Operations Committee

Article 6. Establishment

The Dormitory is to establish an Operations Committee (hereinafter “the Committee”) to enact basic principles of operating the Dormitory and to address other important issues related to it.

Article 7. Organization

The Committee is to be composed of approximately 10 members including the Head of the Committee. The General Director assumes the role of the Head of the Committee; the Dormitory Supervisor, the Head of the Office of Planning and Budget, the Head of the Office of Academic Affairs, the Head of the Office of Student Affairs, the Head of the Office of General Affairs and the Head of the Office of Management assume the roles of other members; and the Maintenance/Operations Team Leader assumes the role of administrative secretary, upon the approval of the Korea University President. The Tenure of the Committee members lasts until they leave their positions.

Article 8. Functions

The Committee takes the responsibility of the following: 1.Amendments to the Dormitory Rules and Regulations; 2.Room Rent Pricing; 3.Budget Planning and Settlement; and 4.Other Important Issues.

Chapter 3. The Dormitory Organization and the Dormitory Supervisor Assembly

Article 9. The Dormitory Organization and Tenure

The Dormitory Organization is structured as follows: 1.General Director 2.Several Dormitory Supervisors 3.Management Team Leader 4.Several Staff Members The positions of the General Director and the Dormitory Supervisors will be assumed by full-time faculty members, and their tenures will be two (2) years and one (1) year, respectively. The Korea University President hires the Management Team Leader as a full-time employee. Other staff members will be hired according to an independent internal regulation. The Dormitory may open the positions of Resident Assistant, whose eligibility, roles and responsibilities and salary will be determined according to an independent regulation.

Article 10. The Dormitory Supervisor Assembly

The Dormitory Supervisor Assembly will be convened by the General Director, and comprised of Dormitory Supervisors and other full-time faculty members designated by the Committee. The Dormitory Supervisor Assembly takes the responsibility of the following: 1.Selection of prospective student residents (applicants) 2.Selection of prospective student residents (applicants) 3.Agenda to be addressed in the Committee 4.Other Important Issues

Chapter 4. Move-In and Move-Out

Article 11. Admission and Move-in Period

Admission decisions are made at the beginning of each year, and the Move-In period is, in principle, one (1) year. The first and last dates of the Move-In Period are based on the Academic Calendar. Residents who are accepted in the middle of the Period should also move in before the Period ends. Residents who intend to move out during the Move-In Period should submit a written 7-day notice to the General Director.

Article 12. Eligibility

Students of excellent academic performance and integrity who are currently enrolled at Korea University are eligible to apply for dormitory housing. Students at the Seoul Campus will be prioritized in the selection process.

Article 13. Disqualifications

Students are disqualified from applying for Dormitory housing if they: 1.have been submitted to a disciplinary action or been placed under an academic probation according to the Academic Regulations within the past one (1) year (or have a GPA of 1.75 or lower at the time of application for re-entry to the Dormitory in the sophomore year) 2.have been forced to move out from the Dormitory as a disciplinary action 3.have been infected with diseases designated by law 4.are on a leave of absence 5.have been reasonably disqualified by the General Director.

Article 14. Resident Selection

Students who intend to apply for dormitory housing should submit an Application Form to the General Director during the designated period. The General Director makes admission decisions at the Dormitory Supervisor Assembly. For the selection of students who have studied at Korea University for at least one (1) semester, their GPA and any penalty points will be considered in the selection process, where they will be ranked according to the following formula: (GPA)-(Penalty Points from the previous year)*0.1. The General Director may rank admission candidates on the waitlist in order to fill in possible vacancies.

Article 15. Resident Registration

Students who are admitted to the Dormitory must register as residents within the designated period by submitting a Tuberculosis Test Certificate issued from a medical institution and a Written Oath to Comply with the relevant Rule and Regulations.

Article 16. Use of Public Facilities

Regulations around the use of the public facilities within the Dormitory will be enacted separately.

Article 17. Forced Move-Out

Residents may be forced to move out from the Dormitory by the General Director if they: 1.have received a certain number of penalty points 2.have failed to make required payments in time 3.are not appropriately enrolled at Korea University 4.have been submitted to a disciplinary action or been placed under an academic probation according to the Academic Regulations 5.have been infected with diseases designated by law. 6.have been reasonably determined to be incapable of a sound communal life by the General Director

Article 18. Penalty Points

Residents may receive penalty points if they fail to comply with this and other Regulations.

Article 19. Request for Disciplinary Actions

If Students are forced to move out from the Dormitory, the General Director may request the relevant authorities of the University to impose additional University-level disciplinary actions on them.

Chapter 5. Finance

Article 20. Cost-Bearing

Students must bear the costs of dormitory maintenance, cafeteria meals, and other expenses of their choice at the Dormitory, except for the costs of building and maintaining the infrastructure and staff salary, which are funded by the University.

Article 21. Rent

Residents must pay the rent for the Dormitory maintenance. When moving out from the Dormitory, residents should submit a Move-Out Application Form. In the case of property damage or loss, residents must make necessary recompenses.

Article 22. Payment Deadlines

The rent must be paid every semester. The deadlines for the payment will be decided by the General Director.

Article 23. Refund

Students who choose not to move in and request a refund before the Move-In Period may receive a 100% refund. Residents who intend to move out of the Dormitory are subject to the following refund policy: 1.30 or more remaining days: the refund will be prorated on the remaining days, with a 10% deduction of cancellation charge. (An additional deduction of KRW 100,000 will be made for residents who are forced to move out as a disciplinary action.) 2.Fewer than 30 remaining days: No refund.

Article 24. Fiscal Year

The fiscal year of the Dormitory runs from 1 March of each year to the last day of February of the following year.

Article 25. Budget Planning and Settlement

The General Director must draft an income-expense planning report before the start of each fiscal year, and, via collaboration with the Head of the Office of Planning and Budget, have it approved by the President of the University. The General Director must submit an income-expense settlement report, once audited at the end of each fiscal year, to the Committee, and, via collaboration with the Head of the Office of General Affairs and the Head of the Office of Planning and Budget, have it approved by the President of the University. The income and expenses of the Dormitory must be audited at least once a year by the Head of the Office of Audit. The remaining balance for the maintenance of each year will be carried over to the Facility Maintenance Fund of the following year. The remaining balance for the maintenance and cafeteria meals of each year will be carried over to the Facility Maintenance Fund of the following year.
Addendum

(Effective Date) The Amendment to this Regulation is in effect as of 1 March, 1991.

(Dormitory for Foreign Students) The Regulations for the Dormitory for Foreign Students shall be established independently from this Regulation.

(Amendments) Amendments to this Regulation, after going through a resolution of the Committee, must be approved by the President of Korea University.

Addendum

The Amendment to this Regulation is in effect as of 1 May 1998.

Addendum

The Amendment to this Regulation is in effect as of 1 March, 2005.

Addendum

The Amendment to this Regulation is in effect as of 1 March, 2013.

Addendum

The Amendment to this Regulation is in effect as of 1 March, 2015.

Addendum

1.

(Effective Date) The Amendment to this Regulation is in effect as of 1 November 2015. (Partial amendments to the Article 25-1 and 2-2)

2.

(Transitional Measures) This Amendment is considered to have entered into effect as of 4 August 2015, as the Regulation for Decision-Makings for Delegation on the same date.

Addendum

Article 1 (Effective Date) This Enforcement by Law is in effect as of 1 April, 2017.

Article 2 (Transitional Measures) The change of the Campus names is considered to have been changed as of 1 March, 2017.

Addendum

The Amendment to this Regulation is in effect as of 1 June 2020. (Partial amendments to Articles 8-3, 12, 15 and 25-1 through 25-4)

Addendum

(Effective Date) The Amendment to this Regulation is in effect as of 1 March 2021. (Amendment to Article 23)

CJ / Anam International/ Global House students Regulations Contract (The Key Summary)

Article Rules Violation Provisions Penalty Point
1 Anyone who provides a fire hazard or cause ignition, or has unauthorized possession or use related inflammable substances and heating devices. (for all heating products other than dryers) Anyone who possesses or use tools related to cooking. (electric rice cookers, refrigerators, portable gas stoves, etc.) mmediate Leave
2

A person who threatens the safety of communal life through unscrupulous acts such as theft or other illegitimate objects, assault, violent language, creating an atmosphere of fear, sexual assault, and sexual harassment.

mmediate Leave
3

Those who smoke or drink in the building (room, corridor, toilet, shower, balcony, etc.)

Leave
4 A person who enters and stays in the dormitory with a person who does not belong in the dormitory. A person who entered the dormitory that he/she doesn’t live in. Leave
5

A person who intentionally damages or steals public/private property and facilities in the dormitory.

Leave
6

A person who changes the room with others, or renting the room.

Leave
7 A person who steals IP, spread viruses or hacks through the dormitory network. Those who violate the maintenance and normal operation of public PC in the dormitory. A person who spreads false information or damage the reputation of others through the Internet, etc. Those who used P2P programs and illegal software. Leave
8

A person who has destroyed rules in the dormitory through unsound acts such as bringing and possession of alcoholic beverages, gambling, etc.

6 points
9

A person who has harmed others after drinking alcohol and acts disrespectful, abuse others and causes disturbance.

5 points
10

Those who have eaten in a restaurant in an unusual way without following the rules.

5 points
11

Those who have stayed in another student’s room.

5 points
12

A person who enter without permission through abnormal methods and unauthorized ways.

5 points
13

A person who does not comply with the instructions of a faculty member or Residence Assistant without justifiable grounds, or has committed disrespectful acts such as violent language or assault.

5 points
14

Anyone who used other personal items (cell phones, food, newspapers, detergents, etc.) without permission.

4 points
15

Those who bring pets or plants.

4 points
16

Those who make loud noise in front of dormitory building and ignore security guard/ RAs warnings

3 points
17

A person who has committed inappropriate behavior in communal life.

3 points
18

Those who left the dormitory without cleaning

3 points
19

Those who contaminated the bed mattress by not using mattress covers, sheets, etc.

2 points
20

Those who caused excessive noise

2 points
21

A person who has not reported or made a false report at the time of personnel inspection.

1 point
22

Those who violate the same rules consecutively.

1 point
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