Students at SolBridge can make use of the resources available at SolBridge Library and several branch libraries located on Woosong University campus. The current holding of SolBridge Library is over 7,300 volumes and includes books, e-books and periodicals on management, finance, economics, marketing, IT and other business related disciplines. In addition, reference and general-interest materials are available including leading foreign business periodicals and multilingual dictionaries. Students can consult books which are mainly in English. There is a separate section on Korean books covering a wide range of topics. The library features ten databases available for faculty and students, including Wiley, Sage, JStor, ScienceDirect, and Euromonitor
Sol-Geo is the international residence for all BBA students admitted to SolBridge. Students are automatically matched up with a roommate from a different country and are highly encouraged to live their first semester of studies there. For the spring and fall, the residence fee includes a breakfast charge; for lunch and dinner, however, students are free to purchase a meal ticket at their convenience. In the summer and winter, no breakfast fee is charged, and all meals may be purchased with a meal ticket. In addition to the rooms, Sol-Geo is a modern, clean, safe, and Wi-Fi-accessible facility that features a library, dance studio, common kitchen, and various study halls and classrooms. Located on the East side of the campus, Sol-Geo is close to the nearby shops, restaurants, subway line, and various bus routes. SolBridge provides a convenient shuttle bus service to and from Sol-Geo.
The SolBridge Sports Center was built with the health of students in mind. Students can enjoy a variety of sports such as football, basketball, ping-pong with their friends. Exercise equipment is available for weights, running, etc. Besides, students can borrow equipment required for sports from the office, located on the 2nd floor of the Sports Center. Identification is required when borrowing equipment.
On-campus dining: Good wholesome food is plentiful and cheap in Korea. Students staying in dormitories can opt for a meal plan during their stay there. This meal plan covers three meals a day, seven days a week. Most of the buildings on campus have cafeterias and/or small shops where students can buy snacks, sandwiches and drinks. Besides this, near the campus gates there are many restaurants that serve Korean food.