The University provides students and faculty members with high-speed Internet and online administrative services. Most of the online services are offered by the University Computer Center located in Building 102 on the Gwanak campus, and their website provides detailed guidelines in English.
Administrative services for students are provided via the SNU Portal ‘My SNU’(http://portal.snu.ac.kr) which is entirely in Korean. An English-language guide, however, can be found on the UCC website.
SNU has many computer labs which can be freely used by SNU students. All the computers provide high-speed Internet access and are programmed with Windows.
|Computer Center PC Room||Bldg. #102, 1st and 2nd floor and lobby|
|College of Humanities||Bldg. #5, Room #110|
|College of Social Sciences||Bldg. #16, M3 floor, Room #303|
|College of Natural Sciences||Bldg. #25, Room #113, 2nd floor|
|College of Engineering||Bldg. #311 1st floor, Bldg. #36, Room #106|
|College of Education||Bldg. #9, 1st floor|
|College of Business Administration||Bldg. #58, 2nd floor|
|College of Human Ecology||Bldg. #13 2nd floor, Bldg. #36 4th floor|
|University Library||Bldg. #62 4th floor|
|Doore Cultural Center||Bldg. #67, 2nd floor|
Students can rent laptops, camcorders and DVD players from the University Computer Center. click here
The wireless LAN has been installed around campus for laptop users. Students can use ‘SNU Wireless’ service simply by logging on with their SNU ID. ‘Netspot’ service is also available after requesting and receiving a temporary ID from UCC. Students can also borrow a portable device for wireless Internet (‘Wibro’) use. click here
Students can borrow licensed software CDs such as Windows or Adobe Photoshop, etc. from the University Computer Center. click here
SNU offers the online support service ‘e-TL’ for all classes open for the regular semester. For more information, visit the e-TL website
Students can borrow books and e-books through the Library website
Administrative services for faculty members are provided via the SNU Portal ‘My SNU’ (http://portal.snu.ac.kr) which is entirely in Korean. An English-language guide, however, can be found on the UCC website.
Faculty members should apply for IP addresses for their personal computers to have internet access on campus. The University IP address will be given upon request through SNU Portal.
SNU faculty members may request an SNU domain (http://XXX.snu.ac.kr) when they create new websites. click here
The University Computer Center provides faculty members with other high quality IT facilities for use for research purposes. click here
The University Library provides faculty members with library research services, Internet disks, digitalized contents, etc. click here
The Center for Teaching and Learning offers e-Teaching programs for all the classes open for the regular semester, allowing lecturers to have online communication with students in their classes. click here