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    Campus Life

    The Office of Student Affairs offers services for our students covering every aspect of campus life. In other words, our services reach every aspect of our students¡¦ life on campus, including helping our students achieve maturity independently, establishing sound development of clubs and extracurricular activities, enhancing gender education, activating life guidance, and maintaining campus safety.

    1. NCUE has two campuses: the Jin-De Campus and the Bao-Shan Campus, both of which provide all sorts of facilities for advanced study. In addition, there are plenty of places for recreation, including all the large-sized lawns in the recreational areas as well as a number of scenic sections, which teachers and students are all welcome to use.

    2. The Activity Center is the place for the activities and working of student clubs and organizations. There are a Student Performance Theater (with a lounge, a karaoke bar, and a stage), an auditorium, and a plaza. All students are welcome to enjoy themselves in their leisure time in this place.

    3. NCUE has one gymnasium, tennis courts, track and field facilities, basketball courts, one softball field, one soccer pitch, and volleyball courts, etc. Some are in the Jin-De Campus and others are in the Bao-Shan Campus.

    4. Both the Jin-De Campus and the Bao-Shan Campus have student cafeterias, which serve clean and healthy food for our teachers and students. The restaurants nearby the campuses also offer food of the Chinese or the western style.

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    Dormitory

    NCUE has six dormitories; male and female students live in different dormitories. Male dormitories can house 1,098 students at most while female ones can house 1,458 students at most.

    1. There are bathrooms, spin driers, and washing machines on every floor. There are desks, beds, and closets in every room. Some rooms are air-conditioned to cool down the overheated atmosphere in summer.

    2. Magnetic stripe readers and surveillance systems are installed at the entrance of every dormitory to ensure the security of the boarders.

    3. The boarders are responsible for the operation of the dormitories. The cadre members of Students¡¦ Life Improvement Society offer assistance and services. A captain is elected for each floor to give service to his/her fellow students, implement the curfew, and help his/her fellow students with their problems and emergencies. The military instructors are always ready to help, too.

    4. Security check and cleanliness rankings are conducted from time to time every semester. The dormitory officials hire a group of personnel to clean up public areas and collect garbage for the cleanliness of the dormitories. Besides, every resident has his/her IP address, which is convenient for them to surf the internet anytime.

    Living Expenses

    1. Restaurants: There are student cafeterias in both the the Jin-De Campus and the Bao-Shan Campus, which provide our teachers and students with clean and healthy food. NCUE has four student cafeterias in total, whose characteristics are listed below:

    1.1 Bao-Shan Student Cafeteria: Although mainly being a cafeteria, Bao-Shan Student Cafeteria has a Taiwanese delicatessen as well. The students thereby have plenty options. Bao-Shan Student Cafeteria is indeed a convenient dining place for the students in the Bao-Shan Campus.

    1.2 Jin-De Student Cafeteria: Like Bao-Shan Student Cafeteria, Jin-De Student Cafeteria is mainly a cafeteria and has a Taiwanese delicatessen as well. Yet Jin-De Student Cafeteria is more than that: it sells noodles and beverages, which in turn offers plenty options for our teachers and students. And Jin-De Student Cafeteria is also a convenient dining place for the students in the Jin-De Campus.

    1.3 Beauty of Nature (the Jin-De Campus): This restaurant is on the second floor and offers set meals, noodles, and lots of other options for the students to choose from. Beauty of Nature ensures the comfort of dining with its decent atmosphere.

    1.4 Sui-Yuen Vegetarian Restaurant: This restaurant is on the first floor and offers vegetarian meals, which is an ideal dining place for vegetarians.

    2. There are campus stores in both the Jin-De Campus and the Bao-Shan Campus. Articles of daily use, beverages, and snacks are all available in the campus stores.

    3. The restaurants nearby the campuses also offer food of the Chinese or the western style.

    4. NCUE is in the Changhua City and thereby a school of great convenience.

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    Medical and Public Health Services

    1. There are Student Health Centers both in the Jin-De Campus and the Bao-Shan Campus, offering treatment for wounds, knowledge of disease control and prevention and of health education.

    2. NCUE has a number of contracted hospitals in Changhua City, which provide NCUE teachers and students with convenient health care, health education and preferential systems like waivers of registration fees. NCUE now has 19 contracted hospitals, including clinics of dentistry, of orthopedics, of ophthalmology, of otolaryngology, of family medicine, of Chinese medicine, and comprehensive hospitals.

    3. From time to time, NCUE holds activities related to health education, such as educational courses of accident and injury prevention, courses for weight control, education of cancer prevention, and courses for infectious disease prevention.

    4. Hepatitis B Prevention: NCUE invites the contracted hospitals to vaccinate the students that have not contracted Hepatitis B each year. NCUE also invites doctors to hold group activities to help our students gain knowledge of Hepatitis B. As for the Hepatitis B carriers, they are encouraged to take the liver function tests annually.

    5. In mid-September, physical checkups are conducted for freshmen and chest x-ray examinations are conducted for the rest in order to curb the spread of infectious diseases such as tuberculosis and to obtain a general understanding of the health of our students. The documentation of the results commences in November, and a second checkup is conducted for the students with any anomaly.

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    Student Insurance

    1. Our students pay approximately NT$ 120 (together with the enrollment fee) for NT$ 1 million insurance (student teachers and students of the Institute of In-service and Extension Education can join this program at their own will).

    2. When filing an insurance claim, the beneficiary has to bring the diagnosis certificate (original copy) and the receipt (original copy) to the Guidance and Counseling Section (which is one of the sections in the Office of Student Affairs) and fill out the application forms (available there). After going through the procedure of examination, we will deliver the documents to the contracted insurance company. Special proof is needed in the case of death and handicap.

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    Learning Chinese Language and Culture on Campus:

    There are presently 82 student clubs and organizations in NCUE, which can be categorized into five types: student associations, academic clubs, recreational clubs, service clubs, and athletic clubs. Foreign students can join any clubs in their free time at their own will to learn the local culture. Besides, the more and more modernized library, with its large book collection, decent atmosphere, and comfortable environment, is virtually the best place for culture learning.

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    Types of Financial Aid¡G

    More than 1,500 NCUE students receive one or more types of financial aid, totaling $3,0 million a year. Financial aid refers to the wide variety of programs that help students and their families pay for college. It¡¦s available in three forms:

    ¡P Grants and scholarships, which do not have to be repaid.

    ¡P Loans, which have to be repaid.

    ¡P Work-study, which provides aid in exchange for work, usually in the form of campus-based employment.

    1. Scholarships:

    There are more than 80 scholarships sponsored by a variety of funds. Since each scholarship has different requirements, applicants are advised to consult the Extracurricular Activities Section or log on to the website of the Office of Student Affairs to ascertain that they can meet the requirements.

    2. Work-study:

    2.1 NCUE students can apply for the one-year work-study offered by NCUE. The students can renew their applications every year.

    2.2 The fee is NT$ 90 per hour. The students have to work eight months every academic year. The maximal monthly working hours are 32 hours.

    2.3 Freshmen can apply for the work-study after the school starts while those who are not freshmen should apply for the jobs before the end of the previous academic year. The application dates are promulgated by the Extracurricular Activities Section (which is one of the sections in the Office of Student Affairs).

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    How to Contact Us:

    1. The Phone Number of the Office of Student Affairs:

    886-4-7232105 ext. 5701 or 5703

    syslin@cc.ncue.edu.tw¡]Secretary¡^

    2. Emergency Phone Number:

    Phone Number of the Department of Military Training: 886-4-7232154

    Cell Phone: 886-0933-415-409

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