Presentation on theme: "I. Students’ rights are protected by the Dormitory Service Association. Article 3 Management and counseling of the residence halls is planned and overseen."— Presentation transcript:
I. Students’ rights are protected by the Dormitory Service Association. Article 3 Management and counseling of the residence halls is planned and overseen by the Student Housing Service Section of the Office of Student Affairs. The Student Housing Service Section assigns dorm managers and counselors to be responsible for dorm placement, management and counseling. The Student Housing Service Section under the Office of Student Affairs will also choose students to assist in these duties. The guidelines for work assignments will be issued separately.
II. Refund Policy. Refund might not be possible if an eviction is due to violations. Article 11 The guidelines for paying dorm fees are as follows: 1. Spring/fall semester dorm fees: Should be paid according to the set dorm fee for that semester – half of the winter vacation dorm fee is included in the fall semester dorm fee, the other half is included in the spring semester dorm fee.
II. Refund Policy. Refund might not be possible if an eviction is due to violations. 2. Summer vacation dorm fees: One half of the fee for a full fall/spring semester. 3. Other short-term dorm fees will be based on the decision of the Office of Student Affairs and the approval of the dean. When students move into the dorms they should pay an NT$1,000 dorm deposit along with the miscellaneous fees. The guidelines, terms and conditions applicable to the collection and use of the Residence Hall Security Deposit will be issued separately.
III. For safety and health reasons, the school may inspect the dormitory, and students’ cooperation is expected. Article 17 Collaborating with other community groups, Student Housing Service Section will make random inspections of the residence hall areas. Students will receive notice beforehand and should cooperate fully so that Student Housing Service Section can enter the rooms and complete the safety and sanitation inspection. Authorized personnel do not need prior permission from students to enter the room in the following instances: life-saving emergencies or breaches in security when personnel must enter the room, emergency repair of equipment of other objects in the room, or when authorized personnel need to check student ID. Authorized personnel should provide an entry report within three days of the incident.
IV. A student is given a penalty point for each violation and is evicted when a total of 10 points has accumulated. Major violations include giving a bed spot away without authorization, smoking in the dormitory area, and/or using prohibited appliances.
Article 23 Students that commit the following will be penalized one to eight penalty points: 1. Not actually living in the dorms 2. Not returning the room articles checklist within two weeks of moving in to the dorms 3. Soliciting in the residence hall areas 3. Damaging or vandalizing public property 4. Cooking in the dorm rooms 5. Keeping a pet in the residence hall areas 6. Smoking in the residence halls 7. Switching to another bed without permission 8. Hanging clothes in the dorm hallway 9. Moving out (temporarily and permanently) without restoring the space to proper cleanliness.
Article Moving out (temporarily and permanently) without restoring the space to proper cleanliness. 11. Entering dormitory areas (excluding the area currently living in) during visiting hours, without registering at the front desk first. 12. Bringing visitors who have not registering at the front desk before entering into dormitory areas during visiting hours. 13. Using electrical devices that are prohibited in the residence halls; this does not include electric razors, blow dryers, lamps, battery chargers, fans, radios, or computers (electrical equipment on loan from the residence hall management is also exempted) 14. Preventing others from studying or sleeping and not heeding requests to change behavior
Article Piling trash or other objects in the public areas of the residence halls, or any offence against public health 16. Violating the regulations of the Dormitory Service Committee 17. Violating the university’s Internet regulations or copyright laws 18. Wasting public resources, disrespecting public sanitation, disturbing the peace, or jeopardizing dorm safety
V. Descriptions of major violations: Article 24 Students that commit the following will be given eight to ten penalty points: 1. Loitering in dormitory areas other than the one currently living in after visiting hours unauthorized. 2. Bringing in non-residents into dormitory areas after visiting hours unauthorized. 3. New dorm residents that do not attend the fire safety drill 4. Students that take part in illicit activities using the dorm Internet service or seriously violate the user regulations of the Taiwan Academic Network
V. Descriptions of major violations: Article 25 Students that commit the following will be asked to move out of the dorms: 1. Students that accumulate ten or more penalty points according to Article 23 or 24, or whose error is of a serious nature 2. Letting other people use your bed, forcibly occupying a bed, or not accepting the assignment of a new roommate
V. Descriptions of major violations: 3. Stealing, gambling, drinking and raucous behavior, taking illegal drugs, and brawling in the dorms 4. Possessing or placing dangerous or prohibited objects in the dorms If you are asked to move out for any of the above, you will not be able to apply for the dorms for three years from the date you move out of the dorms.
VI. Past violations: 1. Second semester of 2008: 11 students evicted due to unregistered presence. 2. Second semester of 2008: 4 students evicted due to having individuals of the opposite sex in their rooms. 3. Second semester of 2008: 2 students evicted due to failure to complete fire safety training. 4. Second semester of 2008: 3 students evicted due to disruption of peace (drinking and causing disturbance).