SKKU: SKKU holds welcoming events for newcomer students and help them adjust to university life

Sungkyunkwan University (President Dong-Ryeol Shin) announces that it plans to hold welcoming events for newcomer students and help them adjust to university life in order to revitalize student society and university culture, which have been stagnant due to COVID-19.



Sungkyunkwan University held a welcoming event, “Welcome to SKKU for the first time, for newcomer students and about 250 freshmen participated in it. They came and toured the campus, and enjoyed a talk concert with alumni.



Additionally, SKKU plans to hold a Frosh Week for 2 weeks and conduct offline departmental orientation events with about 2,000 students. There will be various offline orientations and campus tours and operates indoor welcoming booths.



In the meantime, Sungkyunkwan University plans to expand face-to-face classes and normalize academic management from the spring semester of this year. Classes with less than 50 students, which account for more than 50% of all classes, are conducted face-to-face, and classes with more than 50 students are conducted through a rotation attendance system or online and offline hybrid. The rotation attendance system is a method in which students take turns attending the classroom and take classes and students who do not attend the class participate in class through real-time streaming and uploaded lecture videos. Classes with more than 70 students will be conducted as online classes.



SKKU President Shin said, “It is the fact that campus culture is stagnating a lot due to COVID-19. Starting this year, we will try to revitalize university life so that students can enjoy life on the campus while complying with quarantine guidelines in the post-COVID-19 era.”

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