- About CJU
- 1955 ~ 1979
1955 ~ 1979
The Most Prestigious University
in the Central Region of Korea!
We would like to talk about the bright
future vision with our students.
The Chungsuk Academic Foundation (formerly Daeseong Academic Foundation) is the parent foundation of our university.
The Cheongseok Academic Foundation’s beginning can be traced to 1924, when Daeseong Primary School was founded with the mindset of saving the country, which was under Japanese rule, through education. Today, it has become a landmark of education, made up of seven schools ranging from elementary schools to universities.
The Cheongseok Academic Foundation has raised 140,000 talented individuals to this day, and is currently aiding 20,000 students in their pursuit of knowledge in its capacity as a national private school of tradition.
1955 ~ 1979 History
- 1979. 12. 15
Completed the Construction of the Education Hall (currently College of Social Sciences and College of Education)
- 1978. 12. 22
Completed the Construction of the College of Science & Engineering
- 1978. 07
Completed the Extension Construction of Gymnasium
- 1977. 12. 25
Completed the Construction of the 2nd Floor of Museum (total: about 1,567m²)
- 1977. 06. 07
Completed the Construction of the 1st Floor of Museum (Cheongjeong Hall)
- 1976. 12. 31
Completed the Extension Construction of Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC)
- 1976. 05. 05
Completed the Construction of the College of Humanities Building
- 1976. 03. 08
Signed the Sister School Agreement with Chinese Culture University, the Republic of China (Taiwan)
- 1974. 06. 06
Signed the Sister School Agreement with Central Connecticut State University
- 1974. 05. 05
Completed the Construction of Cheongseok Hall
- 1967. 11. 10
Opened the Museum
- 1964. 03. 12
Founded the 123 Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) of Cheongju University
- 1957. 10. 27
Relocated to the Naedeok-dong Campus (36, Naedeok-dong, Cheongju)
- 1957. 06. 06
Held the 10th Anniversary Ceremony, and Celebrated the Completion of the New University Building