◎ 1st floor : The office of the acquisition and general administration, cataloging and classification, and seminar room.
◎ 2nd floor : The 2nd floor is mainly used for periodicals and also houses the computer room.
◎ 3rd floor : reference materials, government publications, bibliographical retrieval room, and classical materials.
◎ 4th floor : The monograph for the research needs of the faculty and graduate students.
◎ 1st floor : The 1st floor is composed of reading rooms and group study rooms.
◎ 2nd floor : The reference and periodical room for the undergraduate, multimedia information room and reading room occupy the main area of the 2nd floor.
Internet, satellite broadcasting, CD-ROM Titles, video and audio tapes and microform materials are available in the multimedia information room.
◎ 3rd floor : The carrels and preservation stacks are located on the 3rd floor.
◎ 4th floor : The monograph room for service to undergraduate students and reading room occupy the 4th floor.
Each room of the 2 libraries have OPAC terminals.
The main objectives of the laboratory are:
1. The laboratory aims to increase the practical efficiency by operating the sophisticated equipment in a central place.
2. The laboratory provides a central location for equipment to maximize research and study.
3. The laboratory facilitates research collaborations between universities, industries, and inter-disciplinary fields.
4. The laboratory provides a technical workshop and a tutorial class for the researchers and students.
The laboratory is organized into 3 divisions(Research and equipment, Education for experiment and practice, Support division). The central laboratory is also divided into 9 labs(General, Physics, Chemistry, Biological Sciences, Earth Sciences, Engineering, Analysis, Medical and Dental labs). 8200㎡ floor space for a new central laboratory building will be constructed in the technocenter of the campus and will be equipped with more advanced instruments