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This study analyzes data on the management of university dormitories and provides information to enhance university students' welfare. The data used in this study are from the Korean University Dormitory Administrator Conference, which surveyed 71 universities in a year of 2001, 70 universities in 2002, and 82 universities in 2003. The data analysis was conducted with descriptive statistics, One-way ANOVA, Duncan's multiple range test. The results are as follows:1. Most dormitories had less than 500 residents, which account for below 10% of each university's overall student enrollment. The fact reveals that the capacity of most dormitories is too small considering overall student enrollment.2. Freshmen took up the highest rate of the dorm residents and seniors did the lowest. Dorm residents had various kinds of events and parties, such as "Open House" and "Welcome Party." 3. Maintenance expense and price of meals tended to increase, whereas self-government membership fee and deposit for facility use decreased. 4. Minimum needs of the dorm residents were satisfactorily met, but more subsidiary facilities for residents' welfare needed establishing.