KoreAm U

A nationwide online community for Korean American students

Korean American students have become an increasingly prevalent and active demographic at colleges and universities across the United States. From academics, religion, cultural appreciation, sports, politics to even just socializing, over 100,000 Korean American and South Korean international students every year have found many reasons to consistently gather together.


KoreAm Journal, along with iamKoreAm.com, have each been a forum and historical archive for the Korean American community for nearly 24 years.

With KoreAm U, we are taking that vision to the next generation of talented, vibrant individuals and future leaders.



Connect & Share

KoreAm U is an online community of Korean American student organizations where they can share news and events as well as resources, from job opportunities and cooperative projects.


Campus Blogs

Each school with at least one Korean American student organization will have its own campus blog. Visitors will be able to view original content exclusive to that school.

The ultimate vision for KoreAm U is a highly-utilized resource for students to connect and learn from each other. Organizations will be able to post photos, event previews and even messages, and students will be able to browse through different colleges and universities and find out what’s going on at that particular campus.


Joining KoreAm U

Community has always been a strong aspect of Korean Americans. Imagine one on a national scale of tens of thousands of students. We want all of them to be empowered and inspired through KoreAm U.

You can be a part of KoreAm U whether you are an individual student or Korean American student organization. Students and even alumni can take part in our Student Spotlight and Alumni Archive features. Artists and writers, be sure to check out Blank Canvas and First Draft for an opportunity for your work to be shared with the Korean American student community.

If you are interested in being a part of this community, or have any questions, please email us at koream.u@iamkoream.com.

KoreAm Journal
17000 S. Vermont Ave., Ste. A
Gardena, CA 90247

Phone: (310) 769-4913
Fax: (310) 769-4903


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