he department was originally the Disciplinary Office including Extracurricular Activities Section, Student assistance division and Physical Health Section. In February of 1982, there was an additional center – Student Counseling Centre, with Bang Tao Zhou to be the first Dean of discipline. To obey the University Law, the Disciplinary office was renamed as the Office of Student Affairs at 5th January 1994, which includes Guidance and Counseling Section, Student assistance division, Extracurricular Activities Section and Health Service Division. At 1st August 1999, the department has set up Alumni and Career Placement Section and Service Learning Center at 1st February 2009. At 1st August 2015, the Office of student affairs was divided into– Military Training and Student assistance Division, Extracurricular Activities Division, Career Development and Alumni Liaison Division, Health Center and Service Learning Center. After the dedication of 20 previous Dean of student affairs, professor Tzung-chi Huang has been appointed to be the Dean of Student Affairs since 1st August 2015.

Organizational chart of Student Affairs

Organizational chart of Student Affairs

 

Mission

Carry forward the spirit of “Compassion, Prudence, Diligence and Integrity”

 

Vision

  • Inherit the excellent traditional style of study
  • Culture excellent Citizens of the World
  • Pursue innovative career development

 

Target

Target

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C.M.U is the short name of us. “C” refers to a face. “M” means eyes with smiling. “U” means smiles. “C.M.U” represents our keynote of character education: smile, friendly and grateful.

 

Featured program

  • Health promoting schools
  • Establish a healthy living
  • Develop a energetic campus
  • Dormitory culture activities
  • Characteristic education activities in smiling, friendly and grateful
  • Promotion of campus safety and drills
  • Establish a guidance system with love
  • Academic counseling with warning system
  • Alumni Recruiting Events
  • Building employability and creating job opportunities
  • Career standards
  • International volunteer service
  • Volunteer service for Lishan aborigines
  • Volunteer service in remote areas
  • Extra tuition
  • Counseling sponsor by Ministry of Education
  • Living guidance
  • Promotion of life education
  • Lecture of life education
  • Gender equality education
  • Promote service learning
  • Establish diversified activities for service learning
  • Expand the connotations of the service learning course