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Office of Academic Affairs

Name
Division of Academic Affairs
Url
Tel /Mail
+886-37-381101 / jinnylai@nuu.edu.tw
Responsibilities

The Office of Academic Affairs comprises the Admissions Division, the Registration Division, the Curriculum Division, the Continuing Education Division, and the Center for Instruction Development. These five units are responsible for student recruitment and entrance examinations, curriculum management, student registration and grades management, school credits, assistance and support systems for improving instructors’ teaching capabilities, and providing students with learning resources and services. NUU hopes to promote curriculum improvements, bolster instructor knowledge and students’ learning and counseling, and establish a mission centered around student learning for running the school through the Office of Academic Affairs; the purpose is to provide instructors and students with a diverse and high-quality teaching and learning environment that reinforces students’ learning efficacy and interdisciplinary knowledge.


Curriculum Division

  • Scheduling courses, assigning classrooms, reviewing instructors’ hourly fees, entering students’ class schedules, conveying school curriculum committees, entering course data, student class registration tasks, students’ intercollegiate class registration tasks, student suspension procedures, selecting instructors with outstanding teaching performance, domestic exchange student procedures, setting the school calendar, uploading information about academic ethical students,
    reviewing instructor reassignments and supplemental classes, coordinating shared classrooms, coordinating shared teaching equipment, and purchasing teaching tools.
  • contact us at kk330160@nuu.edu.tw
Registration Division
  1. Handling student registration and grades management and document applications for current students and alumni;
  2. Purchasing and printing certificates for awards of academic excellence, student badges, and Chinese–English diplomas.
  3. Handling announcements and records for students applying for minors, double majors, interdepartmental programs, Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in 5 years, early graduation, and double registration.
  4. Handling notifications and announcements for instructors to submit student grades each semester and midterm grade alerts
  5. Handling student applications for retainment of student status, suspension, withdrawal, and reentry.
  6. Handling registrations for each enrollment pipeline and school credit offsets for new or transfer students.
  7. Adjusting miscellaneous feeds and declaring Chinese–English degree names to the Ministry.
  8. contact us at carolmin@nuu.edu.tw
Admission Division
  • Handling the total enrollment, as well as departmental declarations of additions and modifications and professionalization of university student recruitment; coordinating departmental student recruitment activities, student recruitment planning, and performance evaluations.
  • contact us at gpa132045@nuu.edu.tw
Center for Instruction Development
  • The School of Continuing Education (and night school) was established in 1981, and in response to organizational changes in the university in 2014 it was transformed into the Continuing Education Division. This unit has accumulated nearly 40 years of night school registration, curriculum, and academic experience, closely tied to the three phases of Bachelor’s degree further study programs—enrollment, learning, and graduation. Simultaneously, the Continuing Education Division continues to practice its mission of lifelong learning and to actively promote further education. NUU’s outstanding faculty is equipped with teaching software and hardware to satisfy the need for compulsory advanced education and fulfill the mission of national universities and the spirit of higher education.
  • contact us at k4728cn@nuu.edu.tw
Director of Teaching Development Center
  • The Center for Instruction Development was established to advance instructors’ quality of teaching, improve students’ learning efficacy, and reinforce the integration of learning and use in students. The Center handles competency study courses related to instructors’ teaching and advocates the use of digital learning systems in teaching to improve teaching efficacy. To provide better consultations and resources, this Center is divided into three major functions based on developmental missions and business natures—teaching support, teaching quality assurance, and teaching empowerment. The Center has also used organizational division to increase administrative efficiency and effectiveness and hopes to effectively increase instructors’ teaching competencies and students’ learning progress in the pursuit of excellence.
  • contact us at j86j86jj@nuu.edu.tw