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Managerial Regulations for the Nuri Hall

Article 1 (purpose)

The regulations aim at formulating rules to run and manage the Nuri Hall.

Article 2 (definition)

  • The Daejeon Dormitory for Foreign Students was built by Daejeon Metropolitan City and eight universities or colleges in Daejeon area (KAIST, Daejeon University, Mokwon University, Pai Chai University, Woosong University, Chungnam University, Hannam University, and Hanbat University. These Universities will be aptly called "participant universities) and Daejeon International Marketing Enterprise in accordance with 'the agreement on the construction project of Daejeon Dormitory for Foreign Students'. (the definition was amended on Mar 20, 2012)
  • The Dormitory's name is Nuri Hall.

Article 3 (motto for Running the Nuri Hall)

The Nuri Hall goals are as follows.

  • Dormitory where students from countries the world over exchange their cultures.
  • Dormitory where students can relax and study as comfortable as at their home.
  • Dormitory where students keep order and help each other.

Article 4 (ownership and usage)

  • The Nuri Hall is co-possessed by participant universities and the Daejeon International Marketing Enterprise. (amended on March 20, 2012)
  • The ownership stakes will be shared among the participants of the project in accordance with the divided amount of the total construction cost which was invested respectively by the project participants in the construction of the dormitory. The stakes for the Daejeon Metropolitan City will be owned by the Daejeon International Marketing Enterprise. The detailed stake list is shown in the annexed table no.1. (amended on March 20, 2012)
  • The right to use the dormitory rooms will be allocated according to the percentage of the stakes of participant universities shown in the provision②. The allotted number of the room occupants is shown in the annexed table no.2.

Article 5 (management body)

The Daejeon International Marketing Enterprise will manage the Nuri Hall. (amended on March 20, 2012)

Article 6 (management cost)

  • The management cost for the Nuri Hall will be obtained through the following revenues.
    • - Revenue created by collecting the usage fees of the Nuri Hall
    • - Rent revenue for the restaurants and snack bars.
    • - Other revenues
  • The usage fee of the provision① above will be pre-paid by the participant universities per each semester. .

Article 7 (resident qualification)

  • A selected one among enrolled foreign students of the participant universities.
  • When there is a vacancy among the rooms allotted according to the annexed table no.2, the related participant university will select a new student to fill the vacancy.

Article 8 (qualification limit)

Students with the following experience may not be allowed to stay in the Hall.

  • A student who is not suitable for communal staying because of physical or mental reasons.
  • A student who had been expelled from the Hall by violation of the student rules.

Article 9 (usage fee)

  • Usage fee will be decided by the management committee of the Nuri Hall. (amended on December 16, 2008)
  • Deleted (amended on March 20, 2012)

Article 10 (allotment of the rooms)

  • Rooms will be allotted to each participant universities after the floors are allocated to female or male students respectively.
  • Allotment of the rooms will be decided by the participant universities, and room allotment will be rotated annually.

Article 11 (staff)

  • The fixed number of the staff members is shown in the annexed table no.3.
  • Pay and welfare for the staff members and their duty standards such as accountancy are decided according to the related rules of the Daejeon International Marketing Enterprise. (amended on March 20, 2012)

Article 12 (management committee)

  • The management committee of the Nuri Hall works to review and decide basic directions and important activities for running the Hall. (it will be aptly called "committee")
  • The committee is composed of a related head of the Daejeon Metropolitan City, participant universities, and the Daejeon International Marketing Enterprise. The committee's chairman will be taken by the Daejeon Metropolitan City. (amended on March 20, 2012)
  • The dean, person in charge of running the Nuri Hall, will work as assistant administrator for the committee. (the person is aptly called "dean")
  • Convocation of a meeting will be made by the committee's chairman or by the majority of the committee members. A decision can be made by attendance of the majority, and by voting by the attendee's majority.
  • A working committee can be set up to support the management committee. The members of the working committee will be selected by the management committee members.

Article 13 (role of the management committee)

The management committee will review and decide the followings.

  • planning, reviewing, and approving of a budget.
  • decision of the cost such as accommodation fee paid by student residents.
  • enactment, revision, and abolition of rules and regulations regarding running the Hall.
  • selection of a non-permanent auditor.
  • decision making which was put on the floor by the committee's chairman or the majority of the committee.

Article 14 (audit)

  • an auditor is selected among the staff members of the participant universities by the committee.
  • an auditor work on a non-permanent basis, and his or her tenure is two year.
  • An auditor will audit work and the budget of the Nuri Hall, and submit his or her evaluation.

Article 15 (resident's autonomy bodies)

  • Residents can set up autonomy bodies for autonomous order, friendship, announcement, and suggestions.
  • Rules and regulations for running autonomy bodies will be set up separately.

Article 16 (rules for the residents)

  • Rules for the Student Residents Living in the Nuri Hall has been set up separately to keep order and academic atmosphere.
  • The administration office can take disciplinary action against a resident if he or she violates the rules.

Article 17 (budget and its accountancy)

  • A fiscal year starts on January 1, and ends on December 31 each year.
  • Accounting on the Nuri Hall management will be carried out by an independent accountant.
  • The dean of the Hall should formulate a budget and obtain an approval for it from the management committee before a fiscal year starts.
  • The dean of the Hall should draw up a balance sheet and obtain an approval for it from the management committee at the end of each fiscal year.

Supplementary Provision

Article 1(date of effect)
The rules take effect on August 16, 2007.

Supplementary Provision

Article 1(date of effect)
The rules take effect on December 16, 2008.

Supplementary Provision

Article 1(date of effect)
The rules take effect on March 20, 2012.