The University Farm was founded in 1906 as an integral part of University facilities for education, research, and social services in the field of agricultural sciences. It is located roughly 40 kilometers south of the University's Main Campus in Seoul. The goal of the University Farm is to produce well educated professionals who will work in agricultural and related fields and contribute to the development of agriculture and life sciences both at the national and global levels. In order to train researchers, technicians, educators, and managers who have the creativity and ingenuity necessary for the agricultural field, the University Farm focuses on supporting undergraduate and graduate programs, experiments, and research, as well as aiming to support outreach education, research, collection, and conservation of plant genetic resources.
The University Farm consists of the divisions of crop research, horticultural research and basic research. University Farm includes 12 hectares of farmland and 0.6 hectares of greenhouses.