Sangju National University

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Sangju National University
Logo of Sangju National University
Motto 성실, 창의, 봉사
"Sincerity, Creativity, Service"
Type National
Established April 25, 1921
President Kim Jong-ho
Academic staff
104 (2001)
Students 4,350
Location Sangju, North Gyeongsang, South Korea
Campus Suburban
Sangju National University
Hangul 국립상주대학교
Hanja 國立尙州大學校
Revised Romanization Gungnip Sangju Daehakgyo
McCune–Reischauer Kungnip Sangju Taehakkyo

Sangju National University was a public university in Gajang-dong, in the city of Sangju, North Gyeongsang province. In 2008 it merged with Kyungpook National University, becoming its Sangju Campus. It has an enrollment of about 4,350 students, and employs about 105 professors. The university places a heavy emphasis on agricultural studies. It is home to a graduate school, library, museum, and various technical research institutes.

Sangju National University opened on April 25, 1924, as Sangju Public School for Agriculture and Sericulture (상주공립농잠학교). The name changed at various times thereafter, but the school did not gain college status until much later. It was redesignated as Sangju Technical College in 1982, and became a university in 1999.

The school's current president is Kim Jong-ho. The school carries out "sister school" relationships with Ball State University in the United States, and Benguet State University in the Philippines.

In 2008,

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Coordinates: 36°22′41″N 128°08′46″E / 36.378°N 128.146°E / 36.378; 128.146