The Academic Building of SUNY Korea is a ‘U’ shaped building. This 7-floor building includes
laboratories, classrooms, lecture halls, seminar rooms, an Innovation Lab, a library, faculty
offices, and computer rooms.
Academic Building: Lecture Halls
They are all equipped with state-of-the-art ‘e-Stations,’ through which the speaker can control
projectors, lights, sound, microphones, and automated screens. The seats in the lectures halls
are placed like those in a movie theater, which helps all students to see and hear the lecturer
from all corners of the room.
Bill Hwang Library
Students in SUNY Korea can access library system of SUNY Korea and other library services
including IGC library, SBU library, and FIT library.
SUNY Korea Museum of Modern Costume
The SUNY Korea Museum of Modern Costume is located at the basement entrance of Academic Building A. The museum holds special exhibitions featuring garments of historical or artistic value, including those designed by famous designers, giving visitors a chance to view iconic pieces up close. The museum is a must-visit destination at SUNY Korea for anyone interested in fashion, costume design, or art.
At SUNY Korea, your dining is convenient, delicious and a great value. Campus Dining Services
offers one location that is within walking distance of the dormitories and Academic Building.
500 seats and several TVs are placed so you can enjoy your meal.
Jump Start Your Imagination in State-of-the-Art Facilities
The Auditorium in the Auditorium building resembles the Seoul Arts Center, a world-class art and
culture complex in Korea. The entire floor of the concert hall is covered with red carpet and
its two-story seating can accommodate almost 2,000 people.
The Gymnasium includes 2 basketball courts, a handball court, a volleyball court, and a swimming
pool. More than 1,000 students can enjoy using the facility at the same time. There are plenty
of seats to go around for spectators to cheer on their teams. The swimming pool comes with 8
25-meter long lanes and two small pools for kids.
There are 2 residential buildings for students on campus. The Dormitory A is a double occupancy
and Family Rooms, the Dormitory B is a single occupancy type. These two buildings can
accommodate up to 2,000 students.
To accommodate students from around the globe and to make their college life memorable, we offer
affordable on-campus housing, a wide variety of scholarships, and diverse student activities.
Students will also have the opportunity to form a global network with students from neighboring
universities on the Incheon Global Campus. At SUNY Korea, we cherish ethical integrity and
strive to teach our students to serve others with humility and ethical integrity. Our graduates
will be history makers and change this world for the better.