HaThe newly renovated student dormitories of UNIST were unveiled this week.
On August 26, UNIST held a ceremony to mark the completion of a major renovation project of its student dormitory buildings from 301 through 303. The primary purpose of this ceremony is to commemorate the successful completion of the milestone and to examine the improved residential environment with student representatives, faculty, and construction officials.
UNIST has established the task force team (TFT) for overall improvement of student dormitory environment for its students, including on-campus food service quality, as well as the quality of on-campus student housing. To this end, they have adopted a policy of housing president for each student dormitory building to oversee the management and operation of the buildings, and has also established an integrated office. As part of this, the TFT team has underwent extensive renovations, transforming all dorm rooms within the student dormitory buildings from 301 through 303 into single rooms. The newly-renovated student dormitory had flooring replaced, as well as refinished walls and ceilings. The project was completed over the summer.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was also held to celebrate the completion of its extensive renovation project. The ceremony has been attended by President Yong Hoon Lee, Vice President Jaiyong Lee, Dean Saera Yoon of Student Affairs, student representatives, and other key staffs.