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Dean of Student Affairs Division September 7 th , 2010. 2010-2011 International Student Class Advisor Meeting Student Affairs Division Briefing. Outline. Brief introduction Class advisor duties Introduction to class advisor handbook Introduction to student electronic handbook

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2010 2011 international student class advisor meeting student affairs division briefing

Dean of Student Affairs DivisionSeptember 7th, 2010

2010-2011 International Student Class Advisor Meeting

Student Affairs Division Briefing

outline
Outline
  • Brief introduction
  • Class advisor duties
  • Introduction to class advisor handbook
  • Introduction to student electronic handbook
  • Items to be communicated to students
  • Student club
  • Conclusion
organization chart
Organization Chart

Career Planning and Counseling Center

Counseling and Potential Development Center

Deputy Dean

Military Training Office

Dean

Housing Service Section

Deputy Dean

Campus Health Services Section

Overseas Student Service Section

Student Advising Section

Extracurricular Activities Section

dean s office
Dean’s Office

Dean’s number:2880-9709 (Ext:2709)

International Student Inquiry:Sandra, Chen (Ext:2502)

Secretary:Ruby Tsai (Ext:2234)

Fax:2880-9710

E-mail:ckyang@mail.mcu.edu.tw

chensh@mail.mcu.edu.tw

hltsai@mail.mcu.edu.tw

medical consultation
Taipei Campus:

Mon, Tue12:00~15:00

Wed 12:00~16:00

Thu14:00~17:00

Fri10:00~13:00

Taoyuan Campus:

Mon ~ Fri14:00~16:00

Medical consultation
great mission of class advisors
Great Mission of Class Advisors

*Teach students by modelingbehavior and speech, be students’ teacher academically as well as a life mentor.

  • Be their model for living
class advisor tasks
Class Advisor Tasks
  • Attend weekly class meetings and help communicate university policies
  • Fill out class advisor working records weekly
  • Attend campus-wide Assembly meeting held once per semester
  • Participate in class advisor workshops and capacity-building seminars
  • Participate in class counseling activities
  • Assist with accident handling
  • Assist students with problem solving
  • Visit or care about students’ housing matters
class advisor handbook
Class Advisor Handbook

1. MCU Calendar

2.Student basic information

3. Class advisor tasks

4. Resources available

5. Important regulations

6. Class advisor working record

7.Attachments

8. Freshmen Electronic Handbook CD

freshmen electronic handbook
Freshmen Electronic Handbook

1. Information for Prospective Students

2. Information for offer holder

3. Information for Current Students

4. Map of shops around of MCU

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Dormitory RegulationCurfewwill be implemented from 11pm to 6am, violatorswill be dealt with the following procedure.

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Regulation for staying off-campus overnightMust report to the Dormitory supervisor before 11:00pm and fill out a request with the place and contact information.Violators will be dealt with following procedure.

dormitory regulations
Dormitory Regulations

3. Dormitory regulation:Students who have been admitted to live in the dormitories must stay for a complete school year; move-out in the middle of the term is not permitted. Exceptions will only be made because of withdrawing from university, serious illness, or moving (parents move to the country or city where the school is located).

4. Meeting guests: Only residents are allowed to enter thedormitory. Dormitory residents must meet with their guests in the common area.Inviting guests to stay overnight is strictly prohibited.

5. For safety reasons, the use of electronic appliances (electric irons, electric cookers, induction cookers, electric radiators, cooking equipment and television) is strictly prohibited inside dormitory rooms. Violators will be punished in accordance with Procedures for Managing Student Dormitories.

6. Valuable personal belongings should be carefully preserved to avoid loss or being stolen, the dormitory assumes no responsibilities for lost articles.

7. Recycling: Residents are required to comply with trash recycling policy. (Trash cannot be placed in corridors or courtyard); regular trash should be dumped into the garbage dumpsters.

dormitory regulations1
Dormitory Regulations

8.General regulations:

1.Residents are responsible for maintaining dormitory property and must pay any necessary compensation for damage or loss.

2.Cooking, drinking, quarreling, fighting, causing trouble and keeping pets is strictly prohibited in the dormitory.

3.TV is available from 8:00am-11:00pm; visitors should leave before 11:00pm and are not allowed to stay overnight in the dormitory.

4.Violation of dormitory regulations will be dealt with according to Procedures for Managing Student Dormitories. Items not covered here will be handled in accordance with university regulations.

off campus tenants service

Off-campus tenants service

To serve off-campus tenants, class advisors please inform class leaders to collect basic information of all off-campus tenants, select class contact person and hand in related information to Housing Service Section as soon as possible.

Off-campus tenants visit will be carried out from November 22 to December 3, 2010. Class advisors’ participation will be included in outstanding class advisor evaluation, class advisors may go to visit students with drillmasters.

traffic safety
Traffic Safety
  • Ask students to observe all traffic rules and never drive or ride without license, wear a full helmet when riding a scooter.
  • Never walk on the car roadway on campus; be aware of personal safety at all times.
  • Driving license examination location

Taipei: No.80, Section 5, Cheng-De Rd, Taipei City. (02)28314155#319

Taoyuan: No. 416, Jie-Shou Rd, Taoyuan City.(03)366-4222

traffic safety for motorcycles
Traffic safety for motorcycles

Traffic safety for motorcycles ─1.Motorcycles should travel in the designated lane

2.Avoid riding in front of or beside large vehicles as they need more room when turning and have dead spots, therefore, avoid getting too close to them. 3.According to an analysis of therecent 3 years,32.7% of auto accidents resulting in death took place at cross roads. For your safety, when riding through cross roads, decelerate or obey the motorcycle two-point left-turn rule.

traffic accident handling procedure

BEFORE

THE POLICE

ARRIVE

Accident

Occurs

    • identify the driver.
  • Find witness.
  • identify vehicles in the accident.
  • note evidence.
  • Sign, symbols.
  • Road block.

take pictures

signs, illegal parking…

(take a camera with you)

Injury

Yes

110,119

No

110

ask for alcohol test if needed

Driver reviews test result and record, and signs

licence Confiscated and receipt issued

Handling

cooperate with the police

explain evidence to police

aPPLICATION for Appraisal:

6 MONTHS

APPLICATION FOR case reopening: WITHIN 15 DAYS UPON RECEIVING Appraisal

lAW SUit: 6 MONTHS

Check Fee for towing of damaged vehicle (credit CARD COMPANY)

aSK THE HANDLING UNITS FOR ACCIDENT PROof, test results, AND PhotoS

After

Process

Request Written release form to be signed

INFORM INSURANCE COMPANY

(WITHIN 5 DAYS)

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT HANDLING PROCEDURE
drug classification and penalties

Drug classification and penalties

Drugs are categorized in 4 levels.

Level 1 : heroin, morphine, opium and cocaine..

Level 2 : amphetamines, MDMA, marijuana, LSD, and pentazocine.

Level 3 : FM2 and Ketamine.

Level 4 : Diazepam, Nimetazepam, and Lorazepam.

The maximum penalty for possessing, using, transferring, seducing others to use, producing, transporting, and selling drugs is death penalty or life imprisonment.

drinking of alcohol is prohibited

Drinking of alcohol is prohibited

For maintaining campus security and personal health, drinking alcohol is strictly prohibited on campus. Students who are drunk and cause problems off campus will de punished in accordance with the university regulations.

punishment for drinking alcohol

Punishment for drinking alcohol

1. Article 9, item 24: One or two 2nd Level Demerits will be issued if students drink alcohol on campus.

2.Article 10, item 16: A 1st Level Demerit will be issued if students have been found drinking several times, cause trouble due to drinking, are drunk, or caught using illegal drugs.

3.Article 11, item14:Observation or 2nd level expulsion will be ordered if students have been found to be drinking 3 times, causing trouble due to drinking or in a drunken state several times, gambling, stealing or using illegal drugs.

4.Article 12, item 2:2nd level expulsion will be ordered if students have been found to be drinking several times, causing trouble due to drinking or being drunk several times, gambling, stealing or using illegal drugs and have caused serious damage to the university’s reputation.

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The new smoking prevention law will be enforced beginning January 11, 2009.

1. All indoor spaces on campus are non-smoking areas. Clear signs should be put at the entrance s and smoking related equipment are not allowed to be set.

2. Except designated outdoor smoking areas, other outdoor spaces are also non-smoking areas.

3. Violators will be punished with a fine from 2,000 NTD to 10,000 NTD.

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Smoking is bad for your health(will cause cataracts, wrinkles, hearing loss, cancer, tooth damage, diseased lungs, osteoporosis, heart disease, damage to digestive system, finger discoloration, cervical cancer, sperm deformity, etc)Pleasequit smoking or reduce

non smoking campus regulations

Non-smoking campus regulations

1.Refuse second-hand smoke and create a quality learning environment

2. Smoking on campus is only allowed in “Non-Smoking exception areas”. Smoking in other places is strictly forbidden. Violators will be punished with a demerit (or 24 hour volunteer service)

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1. Left side of the front door to the Student Activities Center

2. School bus parking lot

3. In the spaces to the right of B building under the food service building,

4. Roof of B building (5th Floor)

taipei campus non smoking exception areas
Taipei Campus Non-smoking Exception Areas

Left side of the front door to the Student Activities Center

taipei campus non smoking exception areas1
Taipei Campus Non-smoking Exception Areas

In the spaces to the right of B building under the food service building

Roof of B building (5th Floor)

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Non-Smoking Exception Area

Non-Smoking Exception Area

Non-Smoking Exception Area

Non-Smoking Exception Area

Non-Smoking Exception Area

Non-Smoking Exception Area

Non-Smoking Exception Area

Non-Smoking Exception Area

Non-Smoking Exception Area

Non-Smoking Exception Area

Non-Smoking Exception Area

Taoyuan Campus Non-smoking Exception Area Map

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Non-Smoking Exception areas 10 places including

  • left and right sides of the roof of M building
  • 6F balcony of P building,
  • roofs of S
  • roofs of CC
  • roofs of BB buildings,
  • left-side stairs at 3F exit of R building
  • roof of N building
  • roof of the 4th women’s dormitory
  • below the stairs at the left-side exit from 1F of DD building

Non-Smoking Exception Area

Non-smoking Exception Area

Taoyuan Campus 2nd Gymnasium Non-smoking Exception AreaMap

taoyuan campus non smoking exception areas
Taoyuan Campus Non-smoking Exception Areas

Roofs of CC (8F)

Left-side exit from 1F of DD building

taoyuan campus non smoking exception areas1
Taoyuan Campus Non-smoking Exception Areas

6F balcony of P building

6F balcony of P building

student appeal and review committee procedures
Student Appeal and Review Committee Procedures
  • If students believe a disciplinary action they have received is illegal or improper and damaging to them, if student associations or other related student government organizations are not willing to accept a punishment, or if other such cases occur, a claim may be filed with the committee.
  • If students receive a Statement of Punishment from the institution regarding their personal studies or personal life which is unacceptable, or if student associations or other related student government organizations receive a punishment or some other resolution is passed which is unacceptable, they may file a claim in writing within ten days after the event has occurred. Claimants who make their claims late due to unavoidable reasons may seek permission from the committee.
1 emergencies 2 sexual assault harassment cases 3 student appeals hotline
1.Emergencies 2.Sexual Assault/Harassment Cases 3.Student AppealsHotline
  • Taipei Campus

02-2882-9595

  • Taoyuan Campus

03-350-9495

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MCU Teaching Excellence Project:

English Last Mile Career Training Camp

english last mile career training camp
English Last Mile Career Training Camp
  • Objective: Promote self-awareness and confidence, cultivate interacting skills, communication and team work ability and English capacity.
  • Activity:

(1) Taught in English, encourage career class advisors to participate.

(2)「Learn by doing」, provide group training that focus on inspiration and practice.

Cultivate career competence such as job field manner, confidence, leadership, stress handling and teamwork via outdoor exploring lesson including sky rope, rock climbing, big swing, and river tracing.

(3) Compete in teams, departmental careerinstructor will evaluate outstanding teams and reward with monetary awards.

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English Last Mile Career Training Camp

  • Activity Time:1st camp 2010/10/2 (Sat)
  • 2nd camp 2010/10/3 (Sun)
  • (100 participants per camp)
  • Venue: Outdoor Explore Learning Center
  • Eligibility: Students who have registered in industry internship courses and have completed the course are required to hand in employer internship evaluation form, internship contract, 1000-word intern feedback.
  • Host unit: Career Planning and Counseling Center
  • (Ext:2268 、5333)
international student clubs
International Student Clubs
  • Taipei Campus

PTPI

ICES

  • Taoyuan Campus

PTPI

ICSA

activities
Activities
  • Important Activity!

Instructed by International Cooperation and Development Fund, co-hostedby International College and Student Association

Christmas Party

Date: December 23(scheduled)

Venue: Taipei Campus

All international students are welcome to form teams and participate in the games!

Contact personTaipei Extracurricular Activities Section, Jenny, ext.2601

Taoyuan Student Affairs Section, Lemon, ext.3769

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Taiwan Cultural Experience Activity!

Held by PTPI on both campuses

  • Important Festival and Welcoming Event!
conclusion
Conclusion
  • Education is a construction of love.
  • Good teachers are mentors and take education as their lifetime mission.
  • Student Affairs Division is the supporting system to all class advisors.
  • Information provided by Student Affairs Division might be negative examples which are for reference only. When counseling with students, please guide them with positive measures.