Office of Student Affairs

Organization profile

Organisation profile

We implement the orientation program for the freshmen to make them understand and adapt the university life as soon as possible. The safe and warm university community To create a safe and warm university community, we regularly carry out campus and several educational programs on traffic-safety, escape and evacuated drill, doom visiting inside and outside campus. In addition, we shoulder on 24-hour hot line to assist students in emergency or needing help. We organize ' Escorting Angle in the night ' and " An Volunteers Groups in the campus ". They enable students to take care of and help each other. more...... Club Activities There are presently 131 student associations, which can be categorized into seven types: Departmental Associations, Academic Associations, Art Associations, Recreational Associations, Service Associations, Athletic Associations, and Social Associations. more...... Promise a health future We frequently hold the seminars and workshops on stress management, emotional management, Career planning etc, to promote the entire faculty, staff, and students of this university mental health and meaningful life. In addition, we hold the symposium and courses on health promotion and prevention. We also provide medical counseling, health examination, free preventive inoculations, and health service. more...... Financial Aids In order to help students who have outstanding grade and from poor families, the university not only offer public funds and loans from the Ministry of Education, but also has established scholarships and grants to assist those who are in need of financial help. Social support to minority groups To support minority groups including the disable and overseas Chinese and foreign students, we set up special programs including counseling, consultation and special equipments to fit their needs in life. Career counseling and service We help students develop their career by providing counseling in the exploration of their own characteristics, special disposition and interests and the suitable and enjoyable work that will allow them to maximize their potential, We also provide reach information about all national exams , entrance exams of all graduate institutes and job market status. Moreover, we run seminars for campus recruitment , and giving special lectures on employment , arranging visits to business sectors etc more...... Graduation and Blessing With prosperous and diverse experience in our university, students graduate and pursue their dream happily and confidently make the dream come true in the future.

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Students Medicine & Life Sciences
Social Support Medicine & Life Sciences
Taiwan Medicine & Life Sciences
Premenstrual Syndrome Medicine & Life Sciences
Internet Medicine & Life Sciences
Social Desirability Medicine & Life Sciences
Schizophrenia Medicine & Life Sciences
Sleep Medicine & Life Sciences

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Research Output 2001 2018

Communication skills scores of medical students and interview performance 3 years later

Lee, L. T., Cheng, S-H., Lin, C-J., Chi, M. H., Lee, I-H. & Yang, Y-K., 2018 Nov 1, In : Health Education Journal. 77, 7, p. 849-854 6 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Medical Students
Communication
Interviews
Curriculum
Students
2 Citations

Factors related to self-reported social anxiety symptoms among incoming university students

Cheng, S-H., Sun, Z. J., Lee, I-H., Lee, C. T., Chen, K-C., Tsai, C. H., Yang, Y-K. & Yang, Y-C., 2017 Aug 1, In : Early Intervention in Psychiatry. 11, 4, p. 314-321 8 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Anxiety
Students
Internet
Suicide
Life Style
3 Citations

Leading school for learning: principal practices in Taiwan

Pan, H. L. W., Nyeu, F. Y. & Cheng, S-H., 2017 Jan 1, In : Journal of Educational Administration. 55, 2, p. 168-185 18 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Taiwan
leadership
school
learning
paradigm