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Chapter 1 General Rules
 
Article 1     The organization regulations are regulated based on the University Act, Enforcement Rules for the University Act, Private School Law, and the Junior College Law.
 
Article 2     This institution is named as Chienkuo Technology University (hereafter abbreviated as CTU).
 
Article 3     The mission of the University is to study applied science and technology in order to foster professionals who excel in the areas of academics, virtue and humanity, in order to enhance culture, servethe society and promote the development of our nation.
 
Chapter 2 Academic and Research Units
 
Article 4     This school has established the following academic and research units:
 
1.   College of Engineering
 
                               (1)                Department of Automaton Engineering (4-year program), Master’s program of Mechatronoptic Systems
                               (2)                Department of Mechantcal Engineering (4-year program), Master’s program of Manufacturing Technology
                               (3)                Department of Electrical Engineering (Master’s, 4-year programs)
                               (4)                Department of Electronic Engineering (Master’s, 4-year programs)
                               (5)                Department of Information and Network Communications (4-year program)
                               (6)                Department of Civil Engineering (4-year program), Master’s program of Civil Engineering and Disaster Prevention
 
2.   College of Management
 
                               (1)                Dept. of Industrial Engineering & Service Management (4-year program)
                               (2)                Department of Information Management (4-year program)
                               (3)                Department of International Business Administration (4-year program)
                               (4)                Department of Marketing and Service Management (4-year program)
                               (5)                Graduate Institute of Services and Technology Management
 
3.   College of Design
 
                               (1)                Department of Spatial Design (4-year program)
                               (2)                Department of Commercial Design (4-year program)
                               (3)                Department of Digital Media Design (4-year program)
 
4.   College of Living Technology
 
                               (1)                Department of Applied Foreign Languages (4-year program)
                               (2)                Department of Styling and Cosmetology (4-year, 2-year programs)
                               (3)                Department of Kinesiology, Health, and Leisure Studies (4-year bachelor’s,2-year associate’s programs)
                               (4)                The Office of Physical Education
 
5.   Continuing Education
 
(1. College of Engineering)
                               (1)                Department of Mechanical Engineering (4-year, 2-year programs)
                               (2)                Department of Electrical Engineering (4-year, 2-year programs)
                               (3)                Department of Electronic Engineering (4-year programs)
                               (4)                Department of Automaton Engineering (4-year program)
                               (5)                Department of Computer and Communication Engineering (4-year program)
                               (6)                Department of Civil Engineering (4-year program)
 
(2. College of Management)
                               (1)                Department of Industrial Engineering and Management (4-year program)
                               (2)                Department of Information Management (4-year, 2-year programs)
                               (3)                Department of International Business Administration (4-year program)
 
     (3. College of Design)
 
                               (1)                Department of Commercial Design (4-year program)
                               (2)                Department of Space Design (4-year program)
                               (3)                Department of Digital Media Design (4-year program)
 
     (4. College of Living Technology)
 
                               (1)                Department of Applied Foreign Languages (4-year program)
                               (2)                Department of Styling and Cosmetology (4-year, 2-year programs)
                               (3)                 Department of Kinesiology, Health, and Leisure Studies (4-year bachelor’s, 2-year associate’s programs)
 
6.   General Education Center
 
7.   Physical Education Department
 
8.   Division of Continuing Education
 
9.   Institute of Continuing Education
 
Article 5     The establishment, alteration or suspension of academic units shall be approved by School Affairs Council and endorsed by Board of Trustees in order to receive approval by the Ministry of Education.
 
 
Chapter 3  President, Vice President, Board of Trustees
 
Article 6     This University shall appoint one president responsiblefor the overall management of the University and development of academic affairs, and represents the University externally. To appoint a new president, the University shall organize a President SearchCommittee organized by the Board of Trustees, and then report to the Ministry of Education for approval before appointment. The tenure for the president shall be three years, and may be reappointed upon expiry of the tenure, if agreed by the Board of Trustees. Qualifications of the president shall follow the stipulations of related laws. The procedure, times of reappointment and methods of decommission before the expiry shall be stipulated by the University and implemented upon approval by the Board of Trustees.
 
Article 7     One to three deputy presidents shall be appointed by the president to assist with the promotion of school affairs, academic research and university policies.
 
Article 8     The Board of Trustee of the University shall install one secretary and some staff members to handle daily operations and meeting minutes.
 
 
Chapter 4 Administrative Units
 
Article 9     The following units shall be established by the University:
1.       CEO of the Division of Three Strengths Development:
A Chief Executive Officer is appointed, and three sections are established under the division:Professional Development Section, Competency Development Section, and Dedication Cultivation Section.
2.     Office of Academic Affairs:
This unit is responsible for the quality of teaching, and school self-evaluation procedure administered by the Ministry of Education. A secretary shall be installed to assist the Dean to deal with routine procedures. Under the Dean, there will be Registrar Section, Course Affairs Section, Publication Section, Student Recruitment Section as well as Teaching Excellence Center. Each section has one Chief in charge of the concerned affairs, and a Director is appointed to the Center. Staff members are employed to perform the assigned duties.
3.       Office of Student Affairs:
This unit is responsible for student affairs and counseling. One Dean as well as a secretary is appointed. There are five units under the Office of Academic Affairs—the Life Guidance Section, the Extracurricular Activities Section, the Sanitary & Health Section, Service Learning Section, and Counseling Section. Each section is assigned a Chief and staff members are employed to fulfill the routine work.
4.       Office of General Affairs:
This unit is in charge with the general affairs of the University. A Dean is appointed and a secretary is employed to assist the Dean. There are five divisions in this unit: Environmental & Safety Division, Cashier Division, Document Management Division, Construction and Maintenance Division, Property and Equipment Management Division. Each division has its Chief as well as staff members.
5.       Office of Research and Development:
This unit is responsible for the research and development, academic-industry cooperation, internship and career placement, alumni service and innovation & incubation development. A Dean of Research and Development is appointed, and five sections are established: Industry-Academia Collaboration Section, Technology Transfer Center, Technology Research Center for Rapid Development of Precision Products, Academic Research and Development Section, and Innovation and Incubation center. Each section has one chief in charge and is staffed with capable members. The establishing of the unit is proposed by the University, approved by the General Affairs Meeting, and endorsed by the Board of Trustees.
6.       Division of Continuing Education:
This unit is in charge of affairs related to continuing education. A Director is appointed to be in charge and a secretary is employed to assist. Under the Director, there are Academic Section, Registrar Section, Student Affairs Section, and General Affairs Section, each with a chief and several staff members to fulfill the assigned duties. The establishing of this unit is proposed by the University and approved by the General Affairs Meeting.
7.       Secretariat Office:
This office is responsible for the school-wise affairs, special cases, news release, and public relations of the whole University. A Chief is appointed to lead the office and a secretary and necessary staff members are employed. Three sections are set up:Internal Control and Auditing Section, Secretary Affairs Section, and Public Relations Section.
8.       Personnel Office:
This unit is in charge of the personnel affairs of the whole school as required by law. A Director is appointed, under whom two sections are included: Human Resource Development Section and Human Resource Management Section, each with a chief and several staff members to manage the assigned duties.
9.       Accounting Office:
This unit is responsible for the annual budget, accounting and cash flow as well as the statistics of the whole school as dictated by law. A Director is appointed. Under the Director, Cost and Benefit Management Section and Accounting and Budgetary Section are set up. Each section has a chief and several required members are staffed.
10.    Office of Military Training:
Led by a Director and staffed with several military officer-instructors and nursing instructors, this office is responsible for the planning and teaching of the military and nursing training, and is also in charge of student life guidance.
11.    Library:
Library is responsible for the collecting of necessary teaching materials and resources, also provides information services. A Director is appointed and several sections are set up to provide services: Circulation and Service Section, Information and Audio-Video Section, and Acquisition and Cataloguing Section. Each section is led by a chief and several staff members are employed to provide services.
12.    Museum of Fine Arts and Artifacts:
This unit is in charge of the study and exhibition of fine arts and artifacts, publishing and media releases, the maintenance of the preserved collections, digital collection and preservations, and the collecting and display of school history information. A Curator is appointed to take charge. Two centers are set up for the above purposes: Fine Arts Center and School History Exhibition Center, each with a Director and staff members to perform the necessary duties. The establishing of this unit is proposed by the school and is approved by the General Affairs Meeting, and endorsed by the Board of Trustees.
13.     Continuing and Extension Education Center
This center is responsible for extension and continuing education. A Director is appointed to take charge of the related duties. There are four sections set up for the services: Academic Affairs Section, Student Affairs Section, Extension Education Section, and Training Section. Each section has a chief and several staff members to perform routines.
14.    Computer Center:
The Center is responsible for the computerization of school administrative affairs, campus networking, information education and training, knowledge sharing and management, digital learning. A Director is appointed to be in charge. Knowledge Management, Software Development, System and Networking, and Distance Learning-Teaching are the four sections in service at the center. Each section has a chief in charge of the related duties and capable staff members are employed. The setting up of this Center is proposed by the school and approved by the General Affairs Meeting.
15.     International Cooperation and Exchange Center:
In charge of the planning and execution, visiting, correspondence, hosting of international cooperation and exchange affairs, this Office has a Director to oversee the business. Three sections are set up for the assigned duties: International Cooperation Business Section, and General Affairs Section, China/Hong Kong/Macao Affairs Section. Each section has one chief and several staff members to perform the assigned duties.
16.    Student Development Center:
This center is responsible for student career development and employment counseling. A Director is appointed to take charge of the related duties. Two sections are set up: Career Consulting and Alumni Service and Overseas Internship. Each section has a chief and several required members are staffed.
17.     Language Center:
This unit is in charge of the training and testing of foreign languages and Chinese language training. A Director is appointed to be in charge of the Center. The business in the Center is handled by the Foreign Languages Section and the Chinese Language Section, each supervised by a chief and staffed by several able employees. The establishing of the Language Center is proposed by the University and is endorsed by the Board of Trustees.
Student Development Center:
This center is responsible for student career development and employment counseling. A Director is appointed to take charge of the related duties. Two sections are set up: Career Consulting and Alumni Service and Overseas Internship. Each section has a chief and several required members are staffed.
 
 
Article 10   The Institute of Continuing Education is established to handle matters concerning continuing education. The articles of organization shall be drafted by the University and enforced after approval by the Ministry of Education.
 
Article 11   The Junior College of Continuing Education is established to handle matters concerning continuing education. The articles of organization shall be drafted by the University enforced after approval by the Ministry of Education.
 
Article 12   Administration of all levels are called into being following the procedure as follows:
1.   The Dean of Academic Affairs, the Dean of Student Affairs, and the Dean of Research and Development shall be full-time professors engaged concurrently by the President, while the Dean of General Affairs shall be an associate professor engaged concurrently or a staff member.
2.   Directors of the following units shall be full-time associate professors engaged concurrently or staff members of the equivalent level: Division of Continuing Education, Office of Environmental Protection and Occupational Safety, Extension Education and Training Center, Computer Center, Mechatronoptics Technology Research Center, International Cooperation and Exchange Center, Center for Academic-Industry Cooperation at Taichung, and Language Center. Directors of the Personnel Office and Accounting Office shall be engaged or appointed by the President adhering to related laws.
3.   Chief Secretary, Director of the Library, and Director of the Museum of Fine Arts and Artifacts shall be associate professors or faculty members with a higher status or staff members engaged by the President.
4.   Directors of School Affairs Office of the Institute as well as the Junior College of Continuing Education shall be faculty members with a status of associate professor or higher.
5.   Director of the Military Training Office shall be selected by the President among the drillmasters recommended by the Ministry of Education.
6.   Section Chiefs of first-tier units shall be full-time assistant professors or faculty members with a higher status or staff members chosen by the President.
 
Article 13   Terms of office of deputy presidents as well as chief secretary who serves concurrently as a faculty member shall match that of the President. Terms of office of other first-tier administration, directors of the School Affairs Office of the Institute as well as the Junior College of Continuing Education are all three years, which may renew once. The limit does not apply to the terms of office of administrative officers who serve as staff members.
 
Article 14   The University may increase staff posts, if deemed necessary, following due procedure.
 
Article 15   Engagement of staff members shall be approved by the Committee on Personnel Evaluation and officially employed by the President. Staff ranking, engagement, demission, salary, advanced study, evaluation, rewards and punishments, and promotion and transfer shall follow stipulations set by the Ministry of Education and regulations of the University.
 
 
Chapter 5 Organization of Teaching and Research Units
 
Article 16   There shall be one dean in each college to manage related affairs, with some staff members to assist the operation. The President shall select a dean from full-time professors in the specific college to serve a term of three years. Renewal is limited to once.
 
Article 17   Every department, including the linked programs, has one chair/director to be in charge of all business. The chair shall be chosen among the associate professors or higher in the particular department. Each term lasts for three years, and renewal is limited to once. There shall be some assistants and staff members to perform duties.
 
Article 18   The General Studies Center is in charge of all matters regarding integrated study groups. It organizes and designs curriculum for the general courses offered. The center has a director to oversea the business. Two sections, science and humanities, are set up each with a chief selected among assistant professors or higher. A crew of staff members is employed to fulfill the duties. Stipulations for setting up the Center shall be drafted by The University and implemented upon approval by the School Affairs Meeting.
                Director of the Center shall be associate professors or higher engaged concurrently in the center. Term of office is three years, and one renewal may be sought.
 
Article 19   The Office of Physical Education is responsible for the instruction of physical education courses and physical education activities. A director is appointed to take charge, under which there are two sections: Physical Education Instruction and Location and Activity. Each section is armed with a chief selected among assistant professors or higher. There are also some physical education instructors, coaches, and staff members.
                Director of the Office shall be associate professors or higher engaged concurrently in the center. Term of office is three years, and one renewal may be sought.
 
Article 20   Teachers in the University are ranked professors, associate professors, assistant professors and lecturers. Following stipulations set by the Ministry of Education and credentials review standards of the University, engagement and promotion of teachers are approved by Faculty Evaluation Committee of all levels and officially employed by the President. Teachers of the University engage in teaching, research, counseling, services, advancing and assisting school affairs, with the exception that lecturers do not teach in graduate programs.
 
Article 21   To promote quality of instruction and research, the University may offer lectures given or arranged by full-time professors. Stipulations for lecture programs shall be drawn up by the University and proposed to the Committee on Faculty Evaluation for approval. The stipulations may be implemented upon reporting in writing to the Board of Trustees.
 
Article 22   Engagement of teachers in the University are classified in the initial contract, reengagement and long term engagement; the engagement shall be transacted following the principles of justice, equity and openness. Moreover, initial contract of teachers shall be published in traditional media or academic publications. Qualifications and procedure for the engagement of teachers shall follow the stipulations of related laws and regulations of the University Long-term engaged teachers shall not be dismissed or suspended except for major illegality or neglect of duties determined by departmental and collegial committee on faculty review and resolved by the school Faculty Evaluation Committee. Appeals against dismission or suspension may be filed with the Committee on Faculty Appeals Review.
 
Article 23   The University may provide teaching assistants to assist the teaching and research. Employment, duties, and rights and interests of the assistants shall follow the stipulations of related laws.
 
Article 24   To meet teaching needs, the University may engage technicians for teaching; ranking, qualifications, engagement, dismission, suspension, refusal of reengagement, appeal, treatment, welfare, advanced study, retirement, pension, severance with pay, annual salary, salary increase and other rights and interests shall follow stipulations of related laws. Division of junior college may engage professional and technical teachers for teaching; engagement and promotion of such personnel shall follow stipulations of related laws.
 
Article 25   For research needs, the University may engage research personnel, following related stipulations. Research personnel are ranked researcher, junior researcher, assistant researcher, and research assistant. Qualifications, engagement, demission, suspension, refusal of reengagement, appeal, treatment, welfare, advanced study, retirement, and pension, severance with pay, annual salary, salary increase and other rights and interests shall follow stipulations of related laws.
 
 
Chapter 6 Meetings
 
Article 26   The University holds meetings as follows:
1.   School Affairs Meeting
(1)To resolve on important school affairs; the meeting is constituted by the president, vice presidents, academic and administrative management, faculty representatives, research personnel representatives, staff representatives, student representatives, and other related personnel representatives. Parties concerned may be invited to attend should required.
(2)Faculty representatives should be selected by vote, and the number should be no less than one half of the meeting members. No less than two thirds of the faculty representatives should be with a status of professor or associate professor. Staff and student representatives should also be selected by vote in following manners:
I. Faculty representatives: voted by all full-time teachers in proportion to the number of professors, associate professors, assistant professors, and lecturers in each department.
II.  Research personnel representative: one (1) person, voted by all research personnel with a status higher than assistant researcher.
III.       Staff representatives: four (4) people, voted by all staff members.
IV.Student representatives: no less than one tenth of all meeting members, voted by officers of student government and student council, as well as association presidents of day division and continuing education division.
(3)Representatives of faculty, staff, and students serve a one-year term. Associate professors or members with higher status may renew the term if voted repeatedly. In principle, all others do not renew their terms.
(4)School affairs meetings should be convened by the president, at least once a semester. If more than one fifth of the members should request to call a provisional meeting, the president should do so in fifteen (15) days.
(5)When necessary, committees or groups of task force could be set up to carry out duties entrusted.
(6)School Affairs Meeting resolves on matters as follows:
I.            School development plans and budget
II.          School organization regulations, and all significant rules
III.       Set-up, changes, or shut-down of colleges, departments, graduate programs and affiliated units
IV.Important matters concerning academics, student affairs, general affairs, research, and others
V.    Consultation on regulations of teaching evaluation
VI.Matters resolved by committees or task force groups under the School Affairs Meeting
VII. Agenda proposed by the School Affairs Meeting and the president
Regulations on the School Affairs Meeting should be drawn up separately and take effect when approved by the School Affairs Meeting and the president.  
(7)An account of important resolutions should be made to the Board of Trustees.
2.     Administration Affairs Meeting: to discuss important administrative matters of the school. The meeting is constituted by the president, vice presidents, dean of academic affairs, dean of student affairs, dean of general affairs, dean of research, director of Division of Continuing Education, chief secretary, directors of centers/offices, college deans, department chairs, director of the Institute/Junior College of Continuing Education, library director, curator of the Museum of Fine Arts and Artifacts, and other administrative management. The president chairs the meeting and can designate related personnel to attend the meeting when deemed necessary.
3.   Academic Affairs Meeting: responsible for planning and deciding about affairs with respect to teaching quality, publications and propaganda, student recruitment strategies, and promotion of relevant business, regulating curriculum renovation, and examining courses of study offered by each college, department, or program. The meeting is constituted by dean of Academic Affairs, director of Division of Continuing Education, dean of research, director of Computer Center, Director of General Studies Center, director of Physical Education Section,library director, director of Language Center, college deans, department chairs, section chiefs in the Office of Academic Affairs, five (5) faculty representatives, and three (3) student representatives. Other related personnel can attend the meeting when necessary. The Dean of Academic Affairs chairs the meeting. This meeting is held at least once a semester, while provisional meetings can be held when needed.
4.   Student Affairs Meeting: responsible for planning and deciding about important student affairs. The meeting is comprised of the dean of student affairs, department chairs, director of military training, section chiefs under the Office of Student Affairs, five (5) homeroom teacher representatives, and three (3) student representatives. The meeting is held at least once a semester, while provisional meetings can be called when necessary. The dean of Student Affairs chairs the meeting, and can invite related personnel as well as students to attend the meeting if necessary.
5.   General Affairs Meeting: responsible for planning and resolving on important related affairs. The meeting is composed of the dean of General Affairs, director of Accounting Office, college deans, department chairs, library director, director of Computer Center, director of General Studies Center, section chiefs under the Office of General Affairs, and chief of General Affairs Section in Division of Continuing Education. Other related personnel can attend the meeting when necessary. The Dean of General Affairs chairs the meeting. This meeting is held at least once a semester, while provisional meetings can be held if needed.
6.   Continuing Education Division Meeting: to discuss important matters regarding continuing education, student recruitment strategies, and other division business. This meeting constituted of the director of Division of Continuing Education, dean of Office of Academic Affairs, dean of General Affairs, college deans, department chairs, three (3) faculty representatives, and three (3) student representatives; other relevant personnel can sit in on the meeting when necessary. The director of Division of Continuing Education chairs the meeting. This meeting is held at lease once a semester, while provisional meetings can be called when necessary.
7.   Collegiate Affairs Meeting: To discuss important affairs concerning instruction, research, continuing education and other business pertinent to individual college. The meeting is composed of the college dean and the chairpersons, graduate program directors, as well as faculty representatives from relevant departments. The meeting, chaired by the collegiate dean, is held at least twice a semester; provisional meetings can be called when necessary. Each college shall propose the number and yielding of relevant faculty representatives, which become effective once approved by the president.
8.   Departmental Affairs Meeting: To discuss important affairs concerning instruction, services, consultation, student recruitment strategies, and other business pertinent to individual department. The meeting is constituted of the departmental chair and full-time faculty members. Presided by the chairperson, the meeting is called at least twice a semester, and provisional meetings can be held when necessary.
9.   Other administrative unit meeting: To discuss important affairs concerning business of the individual unit. The meeting shall be composed of the unit management and its subordinates. Headed by the unit management, the meeting attendees include all relevant staff members.
10. To enhance educational outcome, elected student representatives should attend School Affairs Meetings and other meetings concerning academic studies, student life, and regulations with regard to rewards and punishments of students.
 
 
Chapter 7 Committees
 
Article 27   The University sets up committees as follows:
1.   Committee on Faculty Evaluation
The University establishes committees at three levels: department, college, and university, to evaluate grounds for engagement, length of term, promotion, evaluation, disengagement, suspension, refusal of reengagement, and severance with pay of teachers, technical and research personnel. The committee is also responsible for the evaluation of scholarly research, application for advanced study, extended service term, major rewards and punishments and other reviews in accordance with laws and school rules. Constitution and yielding of the committee is as follows:
(1)Committee on faculty evaluation at department level: consisting of five (5) to nine (9) members, including the department chairperson as the apparent member and committee chair and elected members chosen by vote among professors, associate professors, and assistant professors in the department.
(2)Committee on faculty evaluation at college level: consisting of seven (7) to fifteen (15) members, including the dean, department chairpersons, and some voted among members of departmental committee on faculty evaluation, who are with a status of associate professor or higher. The dean shall also select some members from the departmental committee on faculty evaluation, who are with a status of associate professor or higher.
(3)Committee on faculty evaluation at university level: consisting of twenty-five (25) to thirty-five (35) members, including the president, vice presidents, dean of the Office of Academic Affairs, collegiate deans, and some voted among members of collegiate committee on faculty evaluation, who are with a status of associate professor or higher. The president and collegiate deans shall also select some members from departmental as well as collegiate committees on faculty evaluation, who are with a status of associate professor or higher. Among all the members, professors and associate professors shall take up to one half or more. The president shall engage the members and chair the committee meetings.
The establishment of departmental committee on faculty evaluation is proposed or revised by the Departmental Affairs Meeting as stated above, while collegiate committee by the Collegiate Affairs Meeting and approved by the University Committee on Faculty Evaluation and becomes effective once ratified by the president. The rules regulated above apply to all relevant teaching and research units of the University.
The establishment of the committee on faculty evaluation at university level shall be proposed by the University, approved by the School Affairs Meeting, reported to the Board of Trustees, and announced by the president to take effect.
2.   Committee on Faculty Appeals: to review appeals against pronouncement of disengagement, suspension, refusal of reengagement, punishment, demerit, and other judgments. Regulations of establishing the committee and reviewing appeals shall be drawn up, approved by the School Affairs Meeting, and reported to the president before enforcement.
3.   Committee on Personnel Evaluation: The committee is set up to appraise grounds for engagement, evaluation, advanced study, promotion, major punishment, disengagement, suspension, refusal of reengagement, dismissal with pay and other items specified by laws and rules.  The University shall set up the process of establishing this committee.
4.   Committee on Financial Auditing: to audit fiscal revenues and expenditures, custody, and exercise of the school’s finances. The establishment of the committee shall be framed by the University, approved by the School Affairs Meeting, and reported in writing to the Board of Trustees for verification.
5.   Committee on School Affairs Development: To discuss important matters regarding promotion of school affairs. The committee is constituted by the president as the chairperson, the vice presidents, dean of academic affairs, dean of student affairs, dean of general affairs, dean of research and development, director of the Institute of Continuing Education, directors of all other offices, collegiate deans, departmental chairpersons, director of the ExtensionEducation and Training Center, director of the Mechatronoptics Technology Research Center, director of the Computer Center, director of the General Studies Center, director of the Office of Environmental Protection and Occupational Safety, director of the Library, curator of the Museum of Fine Arts and Artifacts, directors of school affairs sections of the Institute/Junior College of Continuing Education, director of the Center for Academic-Industry Cooperation at Taichung, director of the Language Center, and other management specified by the president.
6.   Committee on Student Affairs: to deliberate and reach major decisions on regulations of student affairs, annual projects, rewards and punishments. The committee members include the president, vice presidents, dean of student affairs, collegiate deans, departmental chairpersons, director of military training, five (5) home room teacher representatives, and three (3) student representatives. The president presides over the committee and the dean of student affairs acts as the secretary.
7.   Committee on Student Appeals: To process student appeals against major rewards and punishments, serious cases, or severe damages to student rights and interests due to administrative measures of the university. Articles of organization of the committee go into operation when approved by the School Affairs Meeting.
8.   Committee on Sexual Equality Education: To promote gender equality, eliminate sexual discrimination, safeguard human dignity, cultivate and maintain educational resources and environment for sexual equality. The committee is set up in accordance with Gender Equality Education Act to handle relevant business. Establishment of the committee shall be approved by School Affairs Meeting and ratified by the president.
9.   Committee on Sexual Harassment and Sexual Affairs: To safeguard student rights and interests in education and growth, and to provide faculty, staff and students with an environment free from sexual harassment and sexual assault. Establishment of the committee shall be approved by School Affairs Meeting and ratified by the president. 
10. Committee on Environmental Protection and Occupational Safety: To maintain campus environment and the safety as well as sanitation of workplace for faculty, staff, and students. Managing rules of the committee shall be approved by the Administration Affairs Meeting and ratified by the president.
11. Committee on Academic Research and Development: To plan and evaluate important matters concerning research and development, technical cooperation, internship and career placement, and alumni service. The committee consists of apparent members as follows: the president, vice presidents, dean of research and development, dean of academic affairs, director of the Office of Personnel, director of the Library, director of the Computer Center, director of the Mechatronoptics Technology Research Center, director of the International Cooperation and Exchange Center, director of the Center for Academic-Industry Cooperation at Taichung, collegiate deans, and chief of the Innovation and Incubation center. The members also include three (3) teacher representatives and three (3) industry research and development experts. If necessary, related personnel may be invited to attend. The committee is headed by the president and convened at least once a semester with provisional meetings summoned when needed. Articles of organization of the committee shall be drawn up by the University, approved by the School Affairs Meeting, and reported in writing to the Board of Trustees before enforcement.
12. Committee on School Rules: Responsible for the formulation, revision, assessment, and interpretation of the school’s regulations and rules. Articles of organization of the committee shall be drawn up by the University, approved by the School Affairs Meeting, and reported in writing to the Board of Trustees before enforcement announced by the president.
13. Committee on International Cooperation and Exchange: Responsible for the consultation, assistance, guidance, and review of important matters regarding international cooperation and exchange. Articles of organization of the committee shall be drawn up by the University, approved by the School Affairs Meeting, and reported in writing to the Board of Trustees before enforcement.
14. Committee on Business Incubation Guidance: Responsible for (1) guiding and assessing the development of innovative industries, (2) providing consultation on and support for incubation of new products, new businesses, new technology, business establishment, transformation, and upgrading, (3) planning and advancing business pertaining toindustry reward scheme. Articles of organization of the committee shall be drawn up by the University, approved by the School Affairs Meeting, and announced effective by the president.
15. Committee on General Studies: To map out the development and goals of general studies and to evaluate course offering as well other important matters concerning general studies. Articles of organization of the committee shall be drawn up by the General Studies Center, approved by the School Affairs Meeting, and announced effective by the president.
16. Other committees: The University shall establish other committees when needed. The set-up plans shall be proposed separately in accordance with relevant laws and be implemented when approved by pertinent meetings.
 
 
Chapter 8 Student Government
 
Article 28   The University should protect and guide students to establish student government associations following democratic models and procedures. The undergraduate division and junior college may combine or separate the associations to deal with matters concerning studies, campus life, and rights and obligations in school. The establishment and guidance plan of student government associations shall be drawn up by the University, approved by the School Affairs Meeting, and announced effective by the president.
 
Article 29   To protect student rights and interests and to improve the communication between teachers and students, student representatives may be invited to attend all meetings pertinent to studies, campus life, guidance, appeals, and regulations of rewards and punishments of students. Rules of electing student representatives shall be drawn up by the Office of Student Affairs.
 
 
Chapter 9 Supplementary Articles
 
Article 30   The University’s prescribed number and organization of personnel should be made into a table, approved by the Personnel Evaluation Meeting and presented to the Ministry of Education for ratification before execution.
 
Article 31   Revision of the above organizational regulations should be petitioned by one third or more of the members of School Affairs Meeting or proposed by any unit to the Administrative Affairs Meeting for resolution on the revision request. Approval of the revision takes two thirds or more of the attending members of the School Affairs Meeting.
 
Article 32   The above regulations are resolved by the School Affairs Meeting and the Board of Trustees, and take effect when ratified by the Ministry of Education. Revision of the regulations should go through the same process.
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