Revision November 8, 2013 (Living Hall Operation Committee)
Part 1 General Rules
Article 1 (Purpose) The purpose of these rules is to prescribe the necessary matters for the efficient living, education and maintenance of order within the living hall according to the Yeungnam University Attached Living Hall Regulations (hereinafter referred to as Regulations).
Article 2 (Name) These rules shall be called the Yeungnam University Attached Living Hall Living Rules (hereinafter referred to as Rules).
Article 3 (Observance Duty) Students living in the Living Hall must observe these Rules at all times.
Part 2 Access and Life in the Living Hall
Article 4 (Matters for Adherence and Prohibitions)
- ① Facilities within the hall must be protected and maintained jointly to be passed down to juniors.
- ② In the case of damage or loss of public objects in the hall, the involved individual shall be held responsible for compensation, and if the individual refuses, he/she shall be immediately removed from the hall.
- ③ The following shall be observed to maintain public order and safety within the hall.
- Create a healthy group life and academic atmosphere
- While indoors minimize noise as much as possible
- Participate in events and maintain order
- Observe return time (24:30)
- Access via the entry authentication system
- ④ The following are prohibited in order to maintain public order and safety in the living hall.
- Matters on penalty points and removal from living hall quarters according to the attachment of these living rules,
Article 5 (Entry and Security)
- ① Before moving in, resident students must register facial recognition or their student ID card to enter the hall.
- ② All resident students must enter by passing through the entry system.
- ③ In the event a student ID card has been lost or not yet issued, a temporary registration card must be obtained for use.
…… Temporary registration cards must be used only until the prescribed time and then returned.
There is a penalty fee for lost cards.
- ④ Resident students that use rooms with keys must return the key to the administration office when moving out of the living hall.
Article 6 (Prohibition on Changing Rooms) Resident students may not change their assigned rooms at their own discretion.
Article 7 (Return Time)
- ① Resident students must return to the hall by 24:30 and the doors will be locked at this time.
- ② Hours may be adjusted during testing period or university events.
- ③ When entering after doors are closed, approval from the building hall supervisor must be obtained, and late resident students shall be handled according to the prescribed rules.
- ④ In the case of the graduate school building, the living hall director may choose not to apply this article at their discretion in accordance with a student’s research assignment and lab work
Article 8 (Meal Time)
- ① Meals must be eaten at the prescribed time and place.
- ② Meal hours include breakfast (07:20~09:00), lunch (11:20~13:50 and dinner (17:00~19:00), the times may be adjusted for weekends and holidays.
Article 9 (Sleeping Out)
- ① If a student resident has made alternate sleeping arrangements, an application for sleeping out must be submitted before the doors are locked.
- ② The number of days a student resident chooses to sleep outside the living hall cannot exceed 15 nights (Friday and Saturday nights are not included in the approval period) per month.
- ③ If sleeping out on Friday or Saturday nights or on holidays, application for sleeping out must be submitted
The application does not need to be submitted for regular closing periods that cover Chuseok and Lunar New Year holidays
- ④ If a student chooses to sleep out and does not return by the designated date, it shall be deemed as sleeping out without notice.
- ⑤ If the entry management system does not record entry by the time the doors are opened, it shall be deemed as sleeping out without notice.
- ⑥ This article may not be applied in the case of the graduate school building because of the consideration given to research assignments and lab work
Article 10 (Notification and Posting)
- ① Resident students must check the announcements and posts.
- ② All notifications and posts shall be deemed as read after three days starting from the date of the posting.
- ③ Student residents may not post or distribute advertisements in the living hall. Should they wish to do so, he or she must receive approval from the hall supervisor in conjunction with the living hall committee.
Article 11 (Compensation) Student residents are financially responsible for intentional or negligent loss of items or damages to the living hall facilities,.
Article 12 (Student Committee) A 'living hall committee' holds events to nurture friendship among residents in order to safeguard and improve their rights and welfare. The committee also strives to promote a safe and respectful environment for all residents.
Part 3 Roll Call
Article 13 (Roll Call, Persons and Facility Inspection)
- ① Roll call and inspection shall be carried out by the hall supervisor and committee executive after receiving approval from the hall director. However, when the committee executive is not present, the inspection can be carried out by the hall supervisor.
- ② Residents will be notified in advance before a roll call and facility inspection is conducted.
- ③ However, if necessary, personal and facility inspection can be carried out without notice. Roll call can be taken at the graduate school building when necessary.
Part 4 Guidance and Consultation
Article 14 (Guidance and Consulting)
- ① Residents can visit and consult with hall supervisors and hall directors.
- ② Student resident’s requests or suggestions shall be made to the hall supervisor or hall director through the student committee chairperson or executives.
- ③ In the event that a resident student engages in behavior that disturbs the academic and community hall atmosphere the hall supervisor can take immediate corrective or disciplinary action based on the penalty point system.
Part 5 Rewards and Punishment
Article 15 (Reward/Penalty Points) Rewards can be given to resident students who positively contribute to the existing conditions of the living hall. However penalty points will be assigned to those who violate its rules and regulations.
Article 16 (Authorized Person to Give Reward/Penalty Points) The authorized person in charge of reward/penalty points shall be the hall supervisor, administrative office director, and the hall director, while the final approval shall be reserved for the hall director.
Article 17 (Reward/Penalty Point Sum Management) A resident students Reward/penalty points shall be applied annually and their individual data shall be managed accumulatively.
Article 18 (Handling of Penalty Points) The following measures can be taken against a resident student who received penalty points:
- ① Warning
- When total penalty points are 3 points
- 1 violation equals 2 penalty points
- ② Removal: Violation
A resident student is can be removed from the living hall subject to violation of rules and regulations listed herein.
Article 19 (Reward/Penalty Point Standards) as seen in the <Addendum>.
Article 20 (Reflection of Reward/Penalty Points during Application or Selection of Tenants) Reward/penalty points from a previous school year will be considered in the selection and acceptance of resident students. However, in the case of a removal from the dormitory, students may not apply for readmission to the living hall.
Article 21 (Expulsion from Living Hall)
- ① Students who have been reprimanded for breaching school rules or who have lost their status as students must leave the living hall.
- ② The following applies to persons who may be expelled by the hall director.
- Student residents who have been expelled from the living hall because they have violated the prescribed living hall rules and regulations. <Reward/Punishment Table>
- Persons who behaved in a manner that is not suitable as tenants of the living hall and persons who were removed from the living hall due to a reprimand or loss of status as a student shall be in accordance with the living hall expense and refund standards.
Part 6 Payments
Article 22 (Payments)
- ① Payments are determined by the hall director pending a review by the living hall operation committee. Resident students must pay the agreed payments within the prescribed period.
- ② Each semester payments must be made within the designated date at the time of dormitory registration.
- ③ If the payment is not made within the prescribed period, move-in will not be allowed.
- ④ During summer and winter vacation payments shall be determined by the hall director.
Article 23 (Refund of Payments)
- ① Student committee fees shall not be refunded.
- ② Utility cost (including facility usage fee) shall be refunded 90% within 7 days after moving, 75% for up to 1/4 of class days, 50% for up to 1/2 of class days. There will be no refund if student resident has exceeds 1/2 of their class days.
- ③ Additional expenses for meal costs shall be deducted at the time of vacating the hall and the remaining balance shall be refunded in 5 day increments.
- ④ No refund will be given in the case of expulsion or removal from hall.
- ⑤ Other reasons for refund include
- The attendance of an event authorized by the school
- Absence from the hall due to hospitalization for a newly contracted disease
- Approved persons who provide just reasons in advance for leaving the hall.
Article 7 Event and General Assembly
Article 24 (Event and General Assembly)
- ① In principle, all resident students must attend official events and general assemblies.
- ② All events and assemblies for resident students must receive approval from the hall director at least 5 days in advance.
- ③ It is up to the hall committee to decide when and what kind of events will take place.
- ④ General assemblies shall be held every March and November, and special general assemblies may be summoned for special cases.
- ⑤ Rules cannot be arbitrarily changed, but must undergo approval by the general assembly. The bill to be reviewed must be brought to the hall director’s attention at least 7 days in advance.
Part 8 Opening, Closing
Article 25 (Opening Period) The opening of the living hall shall be according to the university academic calendar. However, the opening period may be extended or shortened as necessary. Opening of the living hall during summer and winter breaks must be approved in advance by the hall director.
Article 26 (Closing and Removal of Articles) Students must remove all of their personal articles and belongings prior to closing, and the rooms may not be used while the hall is closed.
Part 9 Move-in, Move-out
Article 27 (Move-in)
- ① . No other persons are allowed to move in except those who have been approved. Approved resident students must submit the following documents within the prescribed period
- ② Documents to be submitted are as follows.
- Health examination form 1 copy (pneumonia)
- Written pledge
- ③ Upon moving in, resident students are required to register in the entry system and their telephone number must be confirmed at that time.
Article 28 (Voluntary Move-out, Expulsion)
- ① Students who wish to voluntarily move out must submit the given move-out form at least 5 days in advance and receive approval from the hall director.
- ② Once a reprimand committee has made the decision to expel a resident student he or she must move out within five days and no refund will be given. (See Penalty Point Table).
- ③ The living hall reprimand committee shall be made up of the hall director, administrative office director, hall supervisor and the chairperson of the living hall committee (in the case of graduate school student, building head). In principle, decisions shall be made according to regulations, but reviews can be made for special circumstances.
- These Rules shall be effective as of March 1, 1981.
- These Rules are revised and effective as of March 1, 1995.
- Matters not prescribed in these Rules shall be in accordance with the instructions of the head resident.
- These Rules are revised and effective as of March 1, 2003.
- These Rules are revised and effective as of March 1, 2006.