Student Services and Facilities

Center of Academic Resources (Central Library)

The Center of Academic Resources is located in the Maha Theerarajanusorn Building. It consists of six units: the central library, the national document center, the audio-visual center, the international information resources service, the art gallery and the distance learning network (CU-GDLN). All six units provide services covering every form of information resource, i.e., books, periodicals, printed matter, databases, audio-visual materials and electronic materials. Students can also access the CU cyber zone on the second floor to search the Internet.

International students also become members of Chulalongkorn University Library Network or CHULALINET following their entrance registration. They are entitled to make use of all the libraries in the Chulalongkorn University Library Network as well as to borrow library materials according to the library rules. Students automatically renew their membership when they register for a new semester.

Undergraduate students can borrow up to seven books for two weeks. Master’s degree students can borrow up to ten books for two weeks. Doctoral degree students can borrow up to fifteen books for two weeks. A fine of three Baht is applied for every day that a book is returned late.

The service hours of the center are from 8.00 a.m. – 9.00 p.m. from Monday to Friday and 9.00 a.m. – 4.00 p.m. on Saturday. Students are also welcome to access the CU Digital Library to search for information resources at the center’s website http://www.car.chula.ac.th.

Library Hours

Monday – Friday

Saturday

Central Library

8.00 a.m.–9.00 p.m.

9.00 a.m.–4.00 p.m.

Audio-Visual Center

8.00 a.m.–9.00 p.m.

9.00 a.m.–4.00 p.m.

Thailand Information Center

8.00 a.m.–7.00 p.m.

9.00 a.m.–4.00 p.m.

International Information Center

8.00 a.m.–7.00 p.m.

9.00 a.m.–4.00 p.m.

Final Six Weeks of Each Semester

1st Floor

Monday-Friday

7.00 a.m.-0.00 a.m.

Saturday

7.00 a.m.-0.00 a.m.

Sunday

7.00 a.m.-0.00 a.m. (CU Students ONLY)

2nd Floor

Monday-Friday

8.00 a.m.-0.00 a.m.

Saturday

9.00 a.m.-0.00 a.m.

Sunday

7.00 a.m.-0.00 a.m. (CU Students ONLY)

3rd – 6th Floor

Monday-Saturday

Normal library hours

During the extended hours, the library is opened only to provide space for patrons to study their own material; no library services (checking in/out, reference services) are provided. On Sunday, the library reserves its service for CU students ONLY.

For any queries regarding academic resources and services, please contact the Center of Academic Resources at 0-2218-2905

 

CU Auditorium

Chulalongkorn University’s auditorium was built in 1938 by order of Field Marshal      P. Pibulsonggram, the Prime Minister of Thailand, to serve as the venue for the University’s the graduation ceremony, which was presided over by His Majesty The King. It was also the place where the King gave royal audiences to members of the Chula community and where he played the music for the Chula audience. This activity was later canceled when the King had to devote most of his time to helping his people to improve their livelihood.  

The auditorium, 25.60 meters long and 54.60 meters wide, is structured into two parts. The first part, the main structure, serves as the auditorium proper, and has a seating capacity of 1754—1279 on the ground floor and 475 in the balcony. The second part consists of a reception room on the raised ground floor and a conference room on the second floor. It has been renovated several times and fitted with an air-conditioning system and modern equipment, which includes an advanced sound system.

The auditorium is the place where State visitors are officially welcomed and the venue for University ceremonies and significant events. The public/outside community is allowed to use it with prior permission from the University.

CU Book Shop

The CU Book Shop consists of three large, convenient and modern branches on campus: the first at Sala Phra Kieo (near the Faculty of Economics), the second at Siam Square (1st floor, the Wittayakit Building) and the third at Chamchuri Square (4th floor). The bookshops provide customers with a variety of books both in Thai and foreign languages, CD ROMs, magazines and other educational media. Students showing their student ID cards receive a 10% discount (except a certain items, e.g., magazines). Website: www.chulabook.com
Sala Phra Kieo branch:
Monday – Friday:                   08:00 a.m. – 06:30 p.m.
Saturday:                                 09:00 a.m. – 04:00 p.m.
Siam Square branch:
Monday – Friday:                   09:00 a.m. – 08:00 p.m.
Saturday – Sunday:                 08:30 a.m. – 08:00 p.m.
Chamchuri Square branch:
Monday – Friday:                   11:00 a.m. – 08:00 p.m.
Saturday – Sunday:                 10:30 a.m. – 08:00 p.m.

CU Health Service Center

The Health Service Center provides medical consultation and treatment for CU faculty members, students and employees. It has been in service for over twenty years. There is further supervised by doctors from Chulalongkorn Hospital everyday. Located on the 2nd floor of the Jamjuree 9 Building from 8.30 a.m. to 3.30 p.m., Monday through Friday (without lunch break). For more information: Tel: 0-2218-0568, Fax:    0-2218-0574 and www.cuhc.chula.ac.th

Procedure for Obtaining of Services

  1. For students; show your student ID (the ID must have a student ID number and photograph on it – if the ID does not have a student ID number, students will not be able to receive health services free of charge).
  2. For lecturers and staff; if you are insured as a group, show your group insurance card together with a photo ID. If the amount exceeds the specified amount you will be asked to pay the difference. If you do not have a group insurance policy you will be required to pay the full amount for the services received.
  3. Show the ID card aforementioned at the Medical Records Section in order to obtain your medical record.
  4. See a nurse for history taking and to have your pulse checked before meeting the physician.

Note: For lab tests students can have tests free of charge only for Complete Blood Count (CBC) and Urinalysis as prescribed by the physician. Other than this, all payments for lab tests will be the responsibility of the student.

Procedure when a student or foreign patient is transferred for hospital treatment
The physician will transfer a patient to hospital in cases where more advanced treatment is needed or when the patient requires medication not available at the Health Service Center.  The details are as follows:

  • Once a transfer form has been obtained from the physician it should be submitted to Chulalongkorn Hospital, the Red Cross Society or any other hospital depending on the availability of a physician to treat the patient as stipulated on the form. Patients are responsible for the payment themselves.
  • In cases where there is a health insurance policy one can still obtain a doctor’s certificate, attach it to the receipt and submit it to the company to claim compensation. There may be some companies that require that the physician fill out forms determined by the company and the patient will need to study his/her own details of health insurance policy each time it is used.

CU Cooperative Store

Established in 1946 and officially registered in 1960, the CU Cooperative store is patronized by teaching staff, students, other CU personnel, as well as by the general public. Its success has attracted groups of foreign visitors to come to view its operation. It is run by its members, headed by a twelve-member committee. Those eligible for membership are students, faculty members and other CU personnel.

The store deals in student uniforms and consumer goods and provides a range of other services. The profits go back to the members as dividends or in the form of proposed activities and other preferential treatment. The remainder is used in the interest of the CU community and society at large.

The main branch of CU Cooperative Store is located at Sala Phra Kieo; the second branch is on the ground floor of the Baromrajakumari Building, and the third one is at the CU dormitory. For more information, please call 0-2218-7032-4, 0-2252-7020, fax      0-2251-8648.

               Sala Phra Kieo branch                        
      Monday – Friday:               7:45 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
      Saturday:                             9:00a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

               Baromrajakumari branch
      Monday – Friday:               7:45 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

               CU Dormitory branch           
      Monday – Friday:               7:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
      Saturday:                             8:30 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
      Sunday:                                8:30 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.

              

Consultancy Service for Students and Student Development

The University provides psychologists and psychiatrists for students who may face problems related to their studies, their adaptation to their environment or their family. This service is open according to the following schedule:

Monday:                 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 a.m.         
Tuesday:                 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Wednesday:            10:00 a.m. – 12:00 a.m.
Note: This schedule is subject to change without notice.

The psychologists and psychiatrists meet students according to the above schedule at the Office of Student Relations, which is located on the third floor of the Chulachakrabongse Building (tel. 0-2218-7051).

In addition, the University also offers personality development sessions of various types using group therapy making it possible for students to improve their personalities. For further information, please contact the Office of Student Relations.

 

CU Sports Facilities

Chulalongkorn University offers a number of sports facilities so that students and staff may maintain good health. The sports facilities include:

Chulalongkorn Stadium – This standard outdoor stadium, with 25,000 max. seating capacity, is ideal for football, hockey, rugby, and other outdoor sports. There are synthetic turf and 8 lane synthetic tracks; Sports Library is also available.

Indoor Sports Gymnasium 1 – This gymnasium is housed in a Multi-Purpose Building. Facilities for sports, such as sepak takraw, volleyball, basketball, table tennis, badminton, judo, boxing, gymnastics etc, are available.

Indoor Sports Gymnasium 2 – There are 4 badminton courts. 1-hour booking in advance at the court is required.

Tennis Courts 1 – There are 10 tennis courts with full lighting; knock boards for self-practice are also available.
Tennis Courts 2.  There are 4 tennis courts with full lighting.

Futsal Field – There are 2 futsal fields with full lighting, located near the Faculty of Sport Science.

Golf – There are 1 pitch course in back of and 1 putt course in front of Indoor Sports Gymnasium 1. 

Beach Volleyball – A beach volleyball field is located in back of Indoor Sports Gymnasium 1

Swimming Pools – There are two swimming pools, one 25-meter and one 50-meter.

  • The 25-meter pool, just a short walk from the Indoor Sports Gymnasium 1, has six swimming lanes.
  • The 50-meter pool, located on the M Floor, Sports Complex, has eight swimming lanes.

Fitness and Body Training Facilities

  • The Fitness Room, an air-conditioned gym, provides both single-station and multi-station machines that can exercise all parts of the body.
  • The Weight Training Room is fully equipped with barbells, weight lifting equipment, etc.
  • The Physical Fitness Testing Room is also available for a variety of fitness testing machines for muscular fitness, blood circulation, lung capacity, fat percentage, etc.
  • All is located on the 2nd Floor, Sports Complex.

CU Sports Complex – The Multi-purposed building offers a variety of sports, exercise equipment, sport competition and student sport club as follows:
               1st floor: Office/Meeting room/Badminton court
               M floor: Swimming Pool
               2nd floor: Fitness center/Yoga room/Aerobic room
               3rd floor: Indoor sport field (Boxing/Judo/Karate/Taekwando/Fencing)
               4th floor: Volleyball field/Basketball field

               5th floor: Meeting room/Reception room/Audience stadium.

Fees for the use of sports facilities for students, faculty members, and CU personnel.    

Venue

Telephone Number

Locker

 

Yearly rental rate

500 Baht per locker

Semester rental rate

250 Baht per locker

Daily rental rate

10 Baht per locker per day

Key deposit

30 Baht per locker per day

Sport Equipment

 

Basketball, Volleyball, Sepak Takraw, Ping Pong, and others

Free of charge

Badminton racket

20 Baht per hour

Tennis racket

30 Baht per hour

Other services

 

Shower with hot water

10 Baht per 15 minutes

Towel (rental rate)

15 Baht

Shampoo

4 Baht

Soap

3 Baht

Shampoo + Soap

6 Baht per set

Towel + Shampoo + Soap

21 Baht per set

              

International students and staff must show the ID Card in order to obtains services.

For more information please contact:
                    Customer Relations, CU Sports Center
                    Sports Complex, 1st Floor
                    Tel: 0-2218-2874-7, 0-2218-2848
                    www.cusc.chula.ac.th
                    Mon-Fri: 8.00 a.m. – 7.00 p.m.   Sat: 8.00 a.m. – 5.00 p.m

 

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