Office of Student Affairs

Student Assistance Division, Extracurricular Activity Division, Counseling Center, Division of Career Development, Health and Hygiene Division.

The office supervises five committees dealing with tasks such as student merit and discipline, student appeals, club activities, psychological counseling, job opportunities, career counseling, health education, food and sanitation, and gender equality promotion.


I. Student Assistance Division

  •  To maintain the records of students’ attendance, absence and conduct
  •  To handle student loans and tuition remissions
  •  To process scholarship applications such as She-wo scholarship, studying abroad scholarships, top student awards, and scholarships for students in need
  •  To provide emergency aid for students
  •  To organize orientation lectures on topics such as personal safety, earthquake, fire escape, and traffic safety
  •  To sponsor advisors’ seminars in order to enhance interactions between students and professors
  •  To supervise the service-learning program. Started in 2000, students must participate in a community service program for a minimum of eight hours per semester for one year
  •  To maintain the Emergency Response Room (phone number: 02-2236-7935) to provide around the clock emergency services for students.
  •  To process student accommodation application, room assignment and management. All the rooms are equipped with air conditioning and access to the Internet
  •  To help overseas students adapt to local life, providing residence permits, work permits and insurance advisory services

II. Extracurricular Activity Division

  •  To facilitate activities organized by the 88 student clubs, senior students association, and student congresses
  •  To assist and provide facilities and equipment for student clubs as well as to evaluate and award citations to clubs
  •  To issue student activity passports as references for scholarship and job applications
  •  To maintain the SHU clubs’ websites and providing updated information on club activities

III. Counseling Center

  • Purpose: to provide counseling on coping with emotional, learning, interpersonal relationship, adjustment, career planning, and mental health problems
  • Resources: the center engages 11 counselors, 1 psychiatrist and maintains group and individual counseling rooms
  • Location: S309
  • Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:20 PM.
  • Services:

a. Individual counseling: helping students to cope with problems stemming from learning, emotional, family, career, gender, and inter-personal relationship difficulties

b. Group counseling: sponsoring seminars on self-fulfillment, gender, family and inter-personal relationships, adjustment, emotional management and career planning

c. Psychological tests: administering 62 types of tests on career, aptitudes and inter-personal relationships

d. Courses/Lectures in different departments, lectures topics include: self exploration and growth, life, relationship, and careers

e. Department counseling: topics relating to departmental interest for advisors and advisees

f. Psychiatric appointment: psychiatrists who specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of mood, anxiety, depression, and sleep disorders.

g. Hot line: special line 02-2236-8225 ext. 2082. Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:20 PM

h. Bulletins: topics covering leisure, relationships, emotional management and career prospect

i. Reference library: materials on self-fulfillment, inter-personal relationship, advanced studies and career planning

j. Counseling referrals

k. Crisis case management To make an appointment, call (02)2236-8225 ext. 2082, or log in on the website.

IV. Division of Career Development

Exploring career options

  • Lectures and workshop on career issues
  • Career guidance: This course constitutes the second phase of the university mentoring program and aims to help sophomores prepare for their career choices and opportunities through activities such as resume writing, lecture series by alumni, entrepreneurs from the business community and other successful professionals from various fields
  • Lending career books & magazines

Job placement

  • Holding forums on employment and conducting campus recruitment
  • Tracking alumni’s work status
  • Conducting employers’ feedback surveys about SHU alumni
  • Receiving information about job vacancies from all sections of society
  • Posting position announcements
  • Practicing mock interviews
  • To provide information about protection of employers’ legal labor rights, relations between labor and employer industrial, and equal employment opportunity

Exploring careers

  • To explain domestic and overseas internship programs
  • To provides employment opportunities on campus
  • To supply information on advanced studies at home and abroad
  • To sponsor activities related to job market and employment opportunities

V. Health and Hygiene Division

The health and hygiene division provides a systematic support network that involves university staff, teachers, medical doctors, nurses, psychologists, counselors, social workers, nutritionists and other health institutions workers. The scope of the service includes individual, families, and community.
The division now maintains a director, two full-time nurses and one night-shift nurse.
Make an appointment, call (02) 2236-8225 ext. 2078, 2079 or send e-mail to

Health Services

  •  To provide health services and consultation
  •  To administer freshmen physical check-ups
  •  To administer faculty and staff physical consult
  •  To follow up on cases requiring treatment and referrals
  •  To prevent tuberculosis and the other infectious diseases
  •  To prevent epidemics
  •  To provide medical aid and equipment such as first aid kits, canes, stretchers, wheelchairs, ice and hot packs
  •  To manage student health insurance policies and claims
  •  To manage the health insurance policies and claims of overseas and international students
  •  To chair various committees related to health education and cafeteria management
  •  To procure medical equipment and supplies

Health Education

  •  To provide health information posters, magazines, films, and Internet information
  •  To promote different theme about health care every month
  •  To offer health lectures or activities within each of the theme
  •  To organize the following first aid training courses
    a. elementary first aid training (4 hours)
    b. freshman CPR seminar (4 hours)
    c. faculty and staff first-aid course (4 hours)
    d. advanced first-aid course (32 hours)
    e. To conduct blood donation drive twice a semester

Health and Environment
The office supervises the sanitation of the cafeteria and concessions.

  • To regulate matters relating to university sanitation law, sanitation committees; caterer sanitation supervision committee, medical emergency management, medical equipment supplies
  • To implement the computerization of administrative work
  • To promote healthy living and health-related issues with clinicians
  • To instructor first-aid course
  • To assist the Taipei Red Cross in promoting first-aid

The names, phones and the e-mails of the staffs are as follow:

Position: Dean: Tsung-Yu Hao, ext. 82061, E-mail:

Student Assistance Division
Position: Division Director: Hua-Hui Li, ext. 82080, 82065, E-mail:
Extracurricular Activity Division
Position: Division Director: Cheng-Feng Ho, ext. 84202, 82068, E-mail:
Counseling Center
Director: Hsiao-Ling Huang, ext. 82082, 82081, E-mail:
Division of Career Development
Position: Division Director: Shu-Yun Wang, ext. 82067, 82066, E-mail:
Health and Hygiene Division
Position: Division Director: Chia-Li Cheng, ext. 82078, 82079, E-mail:

Contact Info

Tel: 02-2236-8225 ext.82080