The 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 the first 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.
In order to enhance the overall living experience for students, UNIST established a task force team (TFT) dedicated to improving various aspects of student dormitory life, including on-campus food service quality and housing conditions. As part of this initiative, each student dormitory building now has a designated housing president responsible for overseeing the management and operation of the facilities. Additionally, an integrated office has been set up to ensure efficient coordination.
Undergoing extensive renovations over the summer break, all rooms within buildings 301 through 303 have been transformed into single rooms by the TFT team. This refurbishment included replacing flooring as well as refinishing walls and ceilings throughout these dormitories.
To mark their completion of such a significant renovation project, UNIST organized a ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by President Yong Hoon Lee, Vice President Jaiyong Lee, Dean Saera Yoon from Student Affairs Department along with key staff members and student representatives. The successful renovation endeavor not only demonstrates UNIST’s commitment to providing an enhanced living environment but also showcases their dedication towards offering top-quality facilities for their students’ comfort and convenience.