Pai Chai University requires all international students to have life insurance.
For your convenience, we recommend AIG (American International Group) for your insurance
needs.

Insurance cost
- 6 month payment is approximately $220 (220,000)
Applicable only to students from 15 through 30 years old
- Coverage for injury up to US 20,000.
disease up to US 20,000
death by disease up to US 10,000
 
Student Dormitories: Pai Chai University provides various housing options for foreign students including home-stay with a Korean family, and student dormitories.
Home-stay : the family provides a separate room, linen and access to a bath or shower for a student. Laundry services are provided for an additional fee.
a Korean family provides a separate room, linen and access to a bath or shower for a student. Laundry services are provided for an additional fee.

Student Dormitories: Student dormitories are one room shared by 4 people. Each room has a study table and telephone. Meals are served in the student cafeteria in Back Sam Hall. Students residing in the student dormitory must purchase meal tickets at the beginning of each month.

International House: The International House also provides one room that is shared by 4 people. Each room has a study table. The International House has cooking facilities on both the first and second floors. Telephones are not provided in the International House.

 
The Library is located next to the Woonam Building. The Library is open from 9:00 am to 9:00pm on weekdays and 9:00am to 12:00 noon on Saturday. The fifth level is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week for students who want to study. On the first floor of the Library is the Dissertation and Theses Section. In this section are all the theses and dissertation written by PCU graduates.
The second floor is the General Section. This level houses all different books in almost all fields. Students are allowed to borrow books for 30 days. This level also provides a study area for students who want to read and study.

The third floor is the Cyber Center. Here students can access the Internet and watch movies on VCD. DVD, or VHS. The third floor also house PCUs Journal Section which includes various international and local journals published in different fields. There is also a wide selection of magazines, and newspapers. International journals can also be accessed through the Internet via http://library.pcu.ac.kr.


The fourth floor is home to PCUs Museum that contains artifacts as well as memorabilia on the foundation and founders of Pai Chai University.

The fifth floor is the Study Center where students are provided an individual cubicle where they can study. This section is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. A snack bar and vending machines are also provided for students convenience.
 
PCU has an extensive computer network that provides gateways to national and international Internet connections. Computer laboratories are located at various sites around the university for student use.
PCU also provides free wireless services for all university students and faculty. To register for wireless Internet service, go to the first floor of the university library.
 
The Student Cafeteria is located in the Beck San Hall. It offers a wide variety of food at reasonable prices. The Student cafeteria is open from 8:00am to 10:00am (breakfast), 11:00am to 2:00pm (lunch) and 5:00pm to 8:30pm (dinner). In the same building, there is another restaurant which is located on the 3rd floor; it operates from 9:00am to 9:30pm.
 
The Student Center is located in Back San Hall. It is the focus of extracurricular activities on campus and provides assistances to student unions, clubs and to student government organizations.
 
Pai Chai has two student newspapers; the Pai Chai Chronicle and the Pai Chai Shin Moon.
The University Newspaper published its first edition in November 1977 with an aim to actualize the educational spirit of the university and to promote freedom of speech on campus. At present the Pai Chai Shin Moon is published bi-weekly.
The Pai Chai Chronicle is the English newspaper of Pai Chai University. It was founded as a quarterly newspaper in 1988 and provides students with opportunities to obtain experience in English reading and writing.
 
All students will be issued a student ID card. Application can be made at the One Stop Service Center (The Student Welfare and Service Office is located on the first floor of Woonam Hall, 042-520-5743~4)
 
Students have access to outdoor sports facilities that include tennis courts, basketball and valley ball courts and a soccer field. Students also have access to a free outpatient clinic which is located in Back San Hall.
 
The post office is located on the first floor of the Appenzeller Building. It provides delivery service both nationally and internationally. Its hours of operation are from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
 
Many specialty shops are available in Back San Hall (Student Union) on the 4th Floor, including shops for stationary, eye glasses, a book store, cosmetics, athletic equipment, a beauty salon, and a fast food court.

Underground Appenzeller Hall & the first floor of Century 21 Hall
A snack bar is in service during class hours, Monday through Friday.
 
Back San Hall (Student Union Building)
Students can receive medical attention and medicine at the student clinic located on the first floor of Back San Hall.
 
There are extension phones located in every building. To call a campus number, press the last four digits of the entire number. Ex 520-5243 (Dial only 5243)
To make a call to an off campus number or an international call, please use a pay phone on or off campus. Phone cards are available by vending machine near Appenzeller Hall, or at many local markets and convenience stores.
 
 
 
   
 

Office of International Affairs, Pai Chai University 155-40 Baejae-ro, Seo-gu, Daejeon, 35345, South Korea
Tel. +82 42 520 5243 / ryanpark@pcu.ac.kr
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