- Operating Hours: 24 hours
- Subjects: Enrolled students, graduate students, and faculty and staffs members
- Fee: Free of cost/charge
- Issuance Method
- Log into Internet certificate issuance (certi.kangwon.ac.kr)
- Log in with the ID/PW or Public Key Certificate that you use for the KNU Portal.
(Initial ID is your student number, and PW is your 6-digit DOB)
- Select the degree course that you wish to be issued and then click Issue.
- Click on the certificate that you wish to be issued, and then click Issue.
- Wait for a short time, and when the screen changes to Print Document, click Print Document.
- Click Print Document, and then click Print.
For First Use by Alumni
Click Internet Certificate Issuance at the KNU Website – User Menu Enrolled Students at the upper right corner – Log into KNU Portal – Go to Academic Affairs and click Internet Certificate Issuance – Select Degree Course, and then Issue
(When logging in to the portal, your initial ID is your student number, and the PW is your 6-digit DOB)
Issuance by Visiting in Person
Charge (for Korean Certificate, KRW 300 per copy / for English Certificate, KRW 600 per copy)
Method of Use
- Civil Application Window: Office of Academic Affairs at 1F, Narae Hall (For Samcheok Campus, Academic Affairs Support Center at 1F, Main Administration Building)
- Automatic Certificate Issuing Machine: 1F Lobby of Narae Hall, 2F of 60th Anniversary Memorial Hall (For Samcheok Campus, 1F of Main Administration Building and 2F of Student Union Building I)
- Civil Application Window
- Weekdays 09:00 – 18:00 (excluding University Day, Saturdays, Sundays, and national holidays)
- Automatic Certificate Issuing Machine
- Narae Hall: Weekdays 09:00 – 22:00 / Saturdays 09:00 – 18:00
- Sundays and Holidays: Not in operation
- 60th Anniversary Memorial Hall: Weekdays 09:00 – 18:00 / Saturdays and Sundays: Not in operation
During the weekends, if the machine breaks down, the issuing machine cannot be used, so it is advised that students use the Automatic Certificate Issuing Machine during the weekdays, or use the internet to issue certificates.