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Accommodation for Foreign Students

 
I. Dormitory Rules and Regulations
01.

To aid their progress in learning Mandarin, foreign students will share a room with two local Taiwanese students. These students will generally be English major students, or students with a strong interest in learning English, thus basic communication should not be a problem.

02.

Dormitories are not mixed, that is, male and female students reside in separate parts of the complex. Entry for males into the female dormitory, and vice versa, is strictly prohibited.

03.

When first moving into their room students should check all items provided are in functioning condition. Should any items be found to be faulty, damaged, or in a state of disrepair, then the student should report this immediately. (See section'14' below.)

04.

Theft is not common among students in Taiwan, however, students are still advised to take good care of their personal items. It may also be a good idea to buy a small padlock for your cupboard.

05.

Each room has its own balcony, however, students are not permitted to lean or sit on the balcony rails.

06.

Consumption of alcohol, smoking, gambling, and playing of loud music are all strictly prohibited.

07.
Any aggressive or abusive behavior, either physical or verbal, will not be tolerated.
08.

Students should remember that this is a communal building, thus should do their best to respect the rights of the other students residing there, as well as the responsible persons (See section '14' below).

09.

Roll-call is taken each evening, and should a student wish to stay off campus overnight, they must apply for permission in advance .

10.

All students must have returned to their rooms in the dormitory complex by the curfew time of 21:40 each evening. On weekdays all dormitory students must be back on campus before 7.30pm.

11.

Students are expected to keep their rooms in a reasonable state of tidiness and cleanliness. Room inspections are sometimes made to this end.

12.

Students may also be included on a roster for cleaning of communal areas of the dormitory complex.

13.

There are NO cooking facilities in the dormitory complex, thus students have to purchase meals from the college food court (which has around 15 different stands) or off-campus (the nearest restaurant is a 15-minute walk, or a 5-minute taxi ride).

14.

For any enquiries about living in the dormitory complex, please contact any of the following people:

    Department of Applied Foreign Languages:
    Ms. Julie Chen at +886-7-6979-313 or ext. 1114
    Chinese Language Program:
    Director: Dr. Hsee, Yun-Fei  at +886-7-6979-318 or ext. 1120
II. Items provided in rooms
01.

A bed - bunk beds
(NB: Bedding is not provided, but can be purchased from the college upon arrival for $1,900NT. You are of course welcome to purchase it off campus, or mail it over {some kind of registered mail is advisable} addressed to yourself, care of the Chinese Language Program. Although the weather in Southern Taiwan can be extremely hot during the day (from 25oC to 35oC) the temperature can drop in the evenings, especially during the "winter" season. Thus some kind of warm bedding is still advisable.)

02.
A communal computer with internet access - high speed connection, but slower during peak periods
03.
A desk for working on
  A cupboard for storage of personal items and clothing
04.
En-suite shower and toilet - hot water only available from 16:00 to 23:00 every summer day and from 16:00 to 24:00 every winter day
05.

Telephone for college internal phone calls - no international calls
(NB: Payphones on campus can be used to make international calls on purchase of an international telephone card (e.g. a "006" card); available from most convenience stores in Taiwan.)

 
III. Items provided in dormitory complex
01.

Drinking water machine - provides pure and filtered water at three temperatures: chilled, warm, and boiling hot

02.

A communal lounge - one in the female dormitory, one in the male dormitory, with seating and a TV

03.

Students will also have access to a fitness room and a swimming pool during certain times (free of charge). If you are interested in this, please ask for more details after your arrival at the college.
(Please note all swimming pools in Taiwan require patrons to wear swimming caps, thus it might be an idea to bring one with you.)

 
VI. Laundry
01.
Coin operated washing machines are available for use in the dormitory complex, these charge $30NT per load. A spinner is available, but no driers. In Southern Taiwan clothes hung outside will usually dry within one afternoon due to the sunny climate. However, the dormitory has a rule that no clothes should be hung out on the balconies during daytime on weekdays [for aesthetic reasons], thus students are advised to do their laundry at the weekends.
 

 

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