The KAIST School of Computing welcomes all members.
We develop new perspectives and methodologies with members of diverse backgrounds and identities including race, gender, age, religion, nationality, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, and economic background, and carry out creative and innovative research.
The KAIST School of Computing strives to create an academic community where all members understand the value of inclusiveness and diversity, respect different backgrounds and experiences, and grow and learn together through these differences.
Accessibility in the School of Computing
The main buildings in the School of Computer Science, E3-1 and N1, are both fully accessible.
E3-1 has a sidewalk ramp around the building and is easily accessed by automatic doors. The building also has a Braille block inside, an elevator, and an accessible restroom on the fourth floor for students with disabilities. More information can be found at the following links.
Similarly, N1 has sidewalk ramps around the perimeter of the building and is easily accessed by automatic doors. There are a total of six "Restrooms For All" on the 4th through 9th floors of the building, and the building is equipped with Braille signage, Braille blocks, and an elevator.