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Introduction


Aim


The aim to establish Office of Students Affairs is to inspire students to develop accurate concepts, the ability of leadership, strong builds, wholesome personalities and campus ethics. On the basis of legitimacy, to advocate the democracy and the atmosphere of liberal, as well as the spirit of the liberty, democracy and legitimacy. To allow students to enjoy freedom and meanwhile observe the law and regulations. To incorporate education into life so as to make students self-consistent. 


Goal


Office of Students Affairs aims to carry out the autonomic system. To uplift the spirit of self-initiation, self-motivation, self-control and self-adoration. To enhance teacher-student interaction along with an atmosphere of mutual understanding, mutual trust, and mutual respect on the campus. To put all teachers’ efforts together to promote students’ mental well-being by providing consultations and guidance in daily lives. To encourage students to participate in school-oriented affairs in order to reinforce the affirmation towards the school and further to frame a disposition of loving school.

Service Items 

(I) Extra-Curricular Activities

Extra-curricular activities are highly enhanced in NYUST. By participating in extra-curricular activities, students can foster the ability of leadership, develop an open-minded quality, and learn to build a good interpersonal relationship. Students Activity Center performs an important function in school, and its chief executive officer is elected by all students on the campus. NYUST has founded for ten years and established a diversity of clubs, with a total of 59, including academic-oriented clubs, recreation-oriented clubs, social-oriented clubs, and multiplicity-oriented clubs. The number of the clubs is growing year by year. Every student joins not less than one club in order to enjoy a colorful university life. Besides, each club regularly holds a variety of activities like special training courses, exhibitions, contests, concerts, movie seeing, reunions, and so on. Office of Students Affairs is equally active to invite famous scholars to give speech and have face-to-face discussions with students, in attempting to create a vibrant club-laden atmosphere.

(II) Accommodations

The main task of Office of Students Affairs is to supply top-quality prandial service to students. There are one big restaurant with 500 seats and two small restaurants respectively with 100 seats. All of them are equipped with air conditioners, stereo equipment and high-temperature sterilizers. Self-service meals and traditional fast food are served. The Meal Committee, whose members are composed of students, collects opinions and advice from consumers and takes in charge as supervisors to make sure the restaurants serve food of high quality and with low price. The supermarket is located beneath the Students Activity Center, supplying daily goods, stationery and other merchandizes for a low price.

As for the dormitory, there are fifteen buildings available for the present, housing 2744 students totally. Ten are for undergraduate students, where each unit consists of four bedrooms, for 16 people; while the other two are for graduate students, with double rooms. Interior design adopts family-style structure. Apart from bedrooms, the public facilities such as the living room, kitchen, bathrooms, laundry room and drying stand are built in. Suspending fans, washing machines and drinking fountain are furnished as well. While living in dormitories, students can enjoy the pleasure of family life. Plus, on the first floor of each building are a social room, a recreation room, and an assembly room with newspaper and the TV set insides, which are the resource of recreation and entertainment to the students living in dormitories. 

(III) Health Service

In order to help the faculty maintain healthy bodies and provide the first class medical service, NYUST signed a medical cooperation contract with neighboring Provincial Yunlin Hospital and Touliu Military Hospital, both of which appoint doctors to school regularly for clinic, five days per week. Furthermore, NYUST also set up a “special partnership” with several well-known hospitals in Touliu Region, with a view to offering discount for teachers and students. The data of students’ health check-up are recorded in computers for later reference or follow-up treatment.

Health Center monthly carries forward on health education and industrial safety education via propaganda, Internet, window exhibition, posters, periodicals, media tools, and lecture, ect, so as to put the idea of caring health to every body.

(IV) Scholarship

In order to provide financial aid for excellent and destitute students, and let them be able to concentrate on the studies, NYUST, in addition to providing tuition installment, particularly set up the scholarship for outstanding students with financial problems. Apart from the scholarship for 250 students in each semester, the bureau also assists students to establish working groups in school, engaging in word-processing, management or maintenance in offices, workshops, laboratories, or class buildings. Students taking part-time jobs in school not only gain tuition and daily expense but also learn practical experience.

Besides, 104 kinds of scholarship, provided by social industries in the initial period of NYUST’s foundation, have kept record in computers. Graduate students who are awarded scholarship in accordance with extra regulations can absorb themselves in research works. This aims to elevate the research level and offer appropriate assistance to students in need.

(V) Leisure activities

NYUST possess an extensive school site with an ambulance of verdant trees and lawns. The peaceful and elegant campus is suitable for leisure activities, like jogging, hiking, folk dancing, Tai Chi, or biking. In every early morning and evening, teachers and students are seen spotted in every corner of the campus from time to time, embarking in different kinds of activities. The campus is filled with an air of refreshment and vibrancy.

Cafe shops are set up in school with the fine and elegant seats for relaxing and talking. The gym, basketball court, tennis court, badminton court, ping-pong practicing room are built for students to utilize as well. When having spare time after school, teachers and students can take their time to chat with cups of coffee, or play cards to socialize, or exercise to keep a body shape. They all have a good time passing their leisure time in school.

(VI)Service Learning

In order to guide the students’ attitude and value toward life, enhance their kindness toward people and society, and raise good habit of daily life, we design service learning activities. All students have to attend one year, two hours per week, of service learning activities.  Students have to pass in the service learning activities score in order to graduate form school. 


Organization Guidelines


(I) Life Guidance Section

1. Handling the affairs of students’ presence-absence records.
2. Handling the affairs of students’ behaviors.
3. Handling the affairs of reward-penalty regulations.
4. Handling the affairs of students’ part-time jobs.
5. Handling the affairs of students’ scholarship.
6. Handling the affairs of students’ living in or out of school.
7. Handling the affairs of students’ meals.
8. Handling the affairs of students’ military service.
9. Handling the affairs of freshmen orientation.
10. Handling the affairs of students’ traffic safety.
11. Handling the affairs of students’ pre-officer examination.
12. Handling the affairs of students’ security education.
13. Handling the affairs of Sun Mission.
14. Handling other related affairs.

(II) Extra-Curricular Section

1. Handling the affairs of the tutorial system.
2. Conducting the chief-cadre election of the Students Activity Center
3. Conducting the affairs of students’ representatives’ election of every related conference.
4. Conducting a series of school-anniversary activities and related affairs.
5. Assisting the Students Activities Center to hold a series of cultural festival activities.
6. Conducting the affairs of club-establishment, club-activities, and club-evaluation.
7. Assisting every kind of club to push forward a series of club-growing activities.
8. Conducting annual students’ cadre training programs.
9. Assisting the Social Service Group and conducing the activities related to social service.

(III) Health Center

1. Promoting propaganda for health education.
2. Handling the affairs of students’ health check-up and medical service.
3. Handling the affairs of students’ insurance.
4. Supervising the public sanitation and dealing with related affairs.
5. Providing computerized medical clinical system.
6. Providing on-line consulting services.
7. Conducting other affairs related to health care.

(IV)Service Learning Group

1. Designing and planning the service learning activities
2. Training the service learning activities leaders
3. Arranging students to different service learning group
4. Gathering and computing service learning activities score
5. Holding community service learning activities6. Setting out-school relationship and service learning network


Available facilities


Life Guidance Section

Available space and equipment

Students’ dormitories houses 2744 beds, with 24 handicapped-designed included. Family-style structure is adopted insides. One family is defined as a unit. Each unit is made up of 4 bedrooms, each of which is for 4 people to live in. There are a total of 16 people in a unit. 360 beds are additionally set for graduate students. Two people live in one bedroom.
The space of dormitories is extensive and roomy. Every unit contains a living room, a working room, a laundry room, a hydro-extractor, and full-set lavatory facilities with hot water supply around the clock. The sound and complete telephone system are set up to develop social relationships with other units. The public facilities in each building are a reunion room with a color television, a video machine along with a bookshelf, and a study room.
To make students’ security ensured, 64 sets of monitors are installed in the entrance of the buildings, so are card-plotting apparatus.
Several sets of recreation tables and chairs put insides and outsides, and duplicate well-know drawings hung on the wall add the dormitories to a favor of esthetic elegance.

Extra-Curricular Activities Section

Available space and equipment

Student Activity Center contains a multi-functional auditorium, with 600 seats, for lectures, movie showings and artistic performance, 38 club offices, 4 music-practicing rooms, 4 club classrooms, 3 club assembly rooms, 2 chess rooms, 2 piano rooms, 2 KTV rooms, 3 indoor-activity rooms, 2 showrooms, 1 aesthetic room, 4 audio-visual rooms along with 3 professional rooms respectively for tea ceremony, flower ceremony and meditation. Other indoor and outdoor space is available for clubs to hold different kinds of activities.
A number of stores doing business are additionally established in the center, such as a supermarket, a bookstore, a teashop, a self-service post office, a barbershop, a beauty shop, a poolroom, and so on to supply the consumer goods in daily lives.

Life Guidance Section

Available space and equipment

Students’ dormitories houses 2744 beds, with 24 handicapped-designed included. Family-style structure is adopted insides. One family is defined as a unit. Each unit is made up of 4 bedrooms, each of which is for 4 people to live in. There are a total of 16 people in a unit. 360 beds are additionally set for graduate students. Two people live in one bedroom.
The space of dormitories is extensive and roomy. Every unit contains a living room, a working room, a laundry room, a hydro-extractor, and full-set lavatory facilities with hot water supply around the clock. The sound and complete telephone system are set up to develop social relationships with other units. The public facilities in each building are a reunion room with a color television, a video machine along with a bookshelf, and a study room.
To make students’ security ensured, 64 sets of monitors are installed in the entrance of the buildings, so are card-plotting apparatus.Several sets of recreation tables and chairs put insides and outsides, and duplicate well-know drawings hung on the wall add the dormitories to a favor of esthetic elegance.

Extra-Curricular Activities Section

Available space and equipment

Student Activity Center contains a multi-functional auditorium, with 600 seats, for lectures, movie showings and artistic performance, 38 club offices, 4 music-practicing rooms, 4 club classrooms, 3 club assembly rooms, 2 chess rooms, 2 piano rooms, 2 KTV rooms, 3 indoor-activity rooms, 2 showrooms, 1 aesthetic room, 4 audio-visual rooms along with 3 professional rooms respectively for tea ceremony, flower ceremony and meditation. Other indoor and outdoor space is available for clubs to hold different kinds of activities.
A number of stores doing business are additionally established in the center, such as a supermarket, a bookstore, a teashop, a self-service post office, a barbershop, a beauty shop, a poolroom, and so on to supply the consumer goods in daily lives.In addition to the equipment owned by clubs themselves, there are five pianos, 2 sets of auto-changer cine-projector in KTV rooms, 4 billiard tables, 4 sets of triniscope projector, 1 set of light-stereo-screen controlling equipment in the multi-functional auditorium, 4 sets of stereo equipment, 2 cameras, and other equipment shared by all clubs.

Health Center

Available space and equipment

Health Center is approximately occupying an area of 397 square feet, divided into 2 curing rooms, 1 lounge room (with 4 beds), 1 office, 1 health-consulting room, and 1 information room.
The equipment contains the computerized clinical system, automatic sphygmomanometers, and automatic medicine-wrapping machines, curing tables for medical, surgical and otolaryngological treatment, high-temperature steaming pots, and other accessory items.
The health-education mailbox and website is set up to provide on-line consulting services to students.

Service Learning Group

Available space and equipment

An office of 90 feet square, eight tools rooms of 12 feet square.
DV camera, camera, three sets of computers, and many sanitary tools. 

    Last Updated ( 週一, 26 六月 2017 )
 
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