Though recent advances in research on social class have contributed to our wider understanding of college students’ academic and social outcomes, classism in academe remains underexplored across cultures, primarily due to a lack of instruments. The present study discussed the validation of the existing classism measure to assess Korean college students’ experiences with classism in academe (Korean version of Classism Experiences Questionnaire-Academe; K-CEQ-A). In a sample of 271 Korean college students (52.4% female; Mage = 23.5), exploratory factor analysis indicated three factors of the K-CEQ-A. Confirmatory factor analysis involving a sample of 220 Korean college students (54.1% female; Mage = 23.5) indicated a bifactor model of the K-CEQ-A. Findings also provided evidence for adequate internal consistency (Cronbach alphas coefficients between .74 and .86) and convergent validity of K-CEQ-A with subjective social class, mental health, belief in a just world, and personal relative deprivation. Implications for research and practice are discussed.