Located at the West Wing of the Balme Library, the IAC is a modern multi-functional facility which consists of an Internet lounge, an Instructional lab, a computer lab, a seminar room with video conferencing equipment and an administrative office.
The Centre, known as the Ghana-Korea Information Access Centre is expected to help raise Information Technology literacy and awareness in Ghana as well as promote cooperation in the field of Information Technology between Ghana and Korea.
Opening the facility, the President of the National Computing and Information Agency of Korea, Mr. Kim Kyung-Sup, who was the Special Guest of Honour, hoped that the opening of the Centre would facilitate the development of the information technology sector in both countries. He said Korea started establishing information access centres worldwide from 2002. He was confident that the strides made by Korea in the area of ICT would be shared with other countries in the world. On behalf of his Government he expressed appreciation to all who supported the Project, including the Ministry of Communications and Management of the University.