A: Come to our Campus Health Center anytime during our working hours when you are feeling not well. We'll provide you the fastest emergency care and make necessary medical arrangements if the situation calls for it. You can also seek for help from the duty officer on either campus.
A: Our center keeps close follow-up and contact with hepatitis B carriers because lung cancer is rated the first cause of the death among cancers and 15% to 20% of lung cancer patients are hepatitis B carriers. Therefore, care of hepatitis B carriers' is currently one of the main national health guidelines. Hepatitis B will not be spread because of hugging or eating with the carriers. The carriers need not to be isolated; therefore, it should be treated calmly.
A: Students are required to file a report, and are allowed to move out only after the report has been approved. For detailed information, please contact 02-28824564 ext. 2237 on Taipei campus / 03-3507001 ext. 3116 on Taoyuan campus / 082-355-233 ext.7507 on Kinmen campus
A: First of all, please be sure whether it is computer problem or an Internet problem. If it is a computer problem, you should ask someone to repair your computer or inquire at the Division of Information and Network for assistance. If it is an Internet problem, you should ask Chunghwa Telecom to rectify the problem by calling their toll-free number 0800-080128. It takes about one day for Chunghwa Telecom to send a repairman.
A: When mailing a parcel to the dormitory, please label it with your name, class, contact phone number, and male/female dormitory, and mail it to the appropriate address: Ming Chuan University – No. 250 Zhong-Shan N. Rd. Sec. 5, Taipei 111 Taiwan / 5 De Ming Rd., Gui Shan District, Taoyuan County 333, Taiwan
A: Dormitory II and Dormitory III are provided for women on Taoyuan Campus. International students are assigned to Dormitory III, so that is where you should check in. Number "8220B" means the room is on the 8th floor and you are assigned to bed “B”.
Our annual activities include:
Airport Pickup, Counseling Seminars for Freshmen, Safety Education, Mid-Autumn Festival Dinner Party, Community Service, Pre-examination Seminar, Winter Tang Yuan Party, Chinese New Year’s Dinner Party, Multicultural Week Activities, Knowing Taiwan Cultural Activities, Mother’s Day Card Making, Dragon Boat Festival Zongzi Wrapping, Graduation Party, etc.
Students with ARC are required to bring their student ID card, residence permit, passport, installment fee, Multiple-Purpose Application Form for Foreigners (available at the Immigration Department) to the Immigration Department of the Ministry of Interior to apply.
Students with expired ARC will be forced to leave Taiwan. Please pay attention to the expiry date of your ARC, and re-apply for your ARC before the deadline.
Overseas and Mainland Chinese Students Service Section (Indigenous Students' Resource Center), Administration Building 2F
EE403-1 Indigenous Students' Resource Center, Comprehensive Teaching Building (EE)
Indigenous Students' Resource Center holds Indigenous Students Seminar at the beginning of each semester and delivers information on important activities to students, which will also be announced on the bulletin boards of the Center on both campuses for students’ reference. If you have any questions, please inquire at Indigenous Students' Resource Center.
Yes. In accordance with “Education Act for Indigenous Peoples”, all people can participate in indigenous people’s education.