- - Data and viewing rooms, medical library branches and law library branches in 3 campuses
- - 1.2 million volumes of literatures, approximately 18,000 regularly published literatures and 55,000 non-literature materials
- - A/V Zone: Venue for viewing of satellite broadcasting channels including movies, news, drama and liberal arts programs
- - Reading Zone: Venue for viewing of materials from overseas universities and on overseas study and training, overseas newspapers, magazine and literatures
- - Internet Zone: Venue for internet service
- - Meeting Room: Venue for foreign language conversation, studying and exchange between the users
Health care center
The health care centerof Dong-A Universitywas established for the purposes of the issues necessary for improvement of health of the students and teaching staffs including health care, early detection of diseases and intramural environmental hygiene. The health care centers were opened at the Seunhak Campus in 1979 and in 1992 for the Bumin Campus to be responsible for the emergency care, health consultations, vaccination and intramural environmental hygiene for the students.
Medical Center of Dong-A University
It is a medical institution with the latest facilities and medical equipment that was opened in March 1990. It has been continuously providing services for the local society through accurate diagnosis and effective treatment on the basis of trust, service and love for mankind. Moreover, the Medical Center is producing outstanding medical personnel by leading the highly advanced clinical medical research in association with the Medical College for the purposes of improvement of public health and welfare of the people and eradication of diseases, as well as putting in the utmost efforts in fulfilling its role as an educational hospital by delivering the latest medical technologies and information to the local medical industry.
The Museum was originally opened at the Gudeok Campus in November 1959 and was transferred to and reopened at the former Busan Temporary Capital Government Office building within the Bumin-dong Campus in May 2009. The Museum holds more than 30,000 precious historical relics including 11 national treasures and 9 tangible cultural assets designated by the Busan Metropolitan City. The exhibition halls are composed of the archeology, ceramics, root tiles and bricks, Buddhist arts, painting and calligraphy works, and folk culture exhibition rooms on the 2nd floor while the 3rd floor is dedicated for exhibition of the records of the former Busan Temporary Capital Government Office.The Museum is open to the general public with free entrance for open viewing and provision of data for academic researches.
Information processing education center and internet cafe
Wireless internet network is installed throughout the campus to enable the use of wireless internet as well as computers that are installed at various locations for internet access for the students to use for sending and checking e-mail, and web surfing freely. Moreover, there is a program of providing support for education equipped with various softwares including Microsoft Office, photo shop, illustrator, auto CAD, statistical package programs and program for establishment of website in order to improve the IT capabilities of the students.