SDG11 – Sustainable Cities and Communities

       KKU has various historical and cultural landmarks to show and learn about culture such as Buddhist places, Isan Arts and Cultural Centers, galleries, etc., open to personnel, students and the general public to use during the government service period. These are free of charge and have extended opening times on important occasions and festivals in the country, for example, “Buddhist Art" is divided into 3 parts: The Museum of Buddhist Art, Buddhist Art Museum, and Buddhist Art Building It consists of a permanent exhibition room consisting of twin towers. The first is an exhibition area for over 100 amulets and auspicious items, including artifacts from the northeastern past that are worth preserving. The second building is a seminar room that can accommodate over 100 people.
       The university has preserved the culture and traditions of Isan, such as a project to establish a living museum. "Isan Cultural Village" is a learning center for Isan culture Contemporary art exhibitions by young artists. A workshop on creative community product development in Savatee sub-district, and other traditional Isan activities such as merit-making activities and the Buddhist way of life; Mahachat Sermon Ceremony Khao Jee Merit.
       The university promotes livable and safe cities, such as improving the landscape, building a green university and reforestation to reduce carbon and reduce wasted energy. There is a public transport service to reduce the use of private cars, as well as, increasing bicycle lanes and campaigning for bicycle use in universities. Using materials to reduce global warming through energy-saving building design and providing cheap dormitories for students as well as providing accommodation for personnel and collaborating with financial institutions for affordable home purchases, etc.

Policy and operation

       KKU has places of historical importance and various cultures for shows study and learn about culture, such as Buddhist Art Place, I-san Gallery Art and Cultural Center, etc. The venue is open for personnel, students and the public to access within the official service period without fees and expanding during important occasions and various festivals in the country.