2020 Academic Year Information Regarding Freshmen and Transfer Student Dormitory Application

2020 Academic Year Information Regarding Freshmen and Transfer Student Dormitory Application

Please carefully read the following information regarding your dormitory rights:

  1. Applicant EligibilityFreshman undergraduates and transfer students of the 2020 academic year.
  2. Application Date10 AM, August 12th to 5 PM, August 19th, 2020
  3. Application Linkhttps://housing.ntu.edu.tw/undergraduate
  • After applying, please make sure you see a confirmation screen and receive a confirmation email in your NTU mail inbox.
  1. Application RequirementsAccording to Article 13 and 14 of the Regulations of Dormitory Management of NTU Students, applicants and both parents must have their household registry registered outside of Taipei City, New Taipei City and Keelung City for at least two years. When applying for dormitory residence online, the system will only check the applicant’s household registry, but when moving in, staff will require a household registration transcript no older than three months. This transcript requires documentation of household transfer. If staff verify that the document does not fulfil the above requirements, the applicant’s residence will be cancelled immediately.
  2. Applicant Priority
  1. Students with disabilities
  2. Students who belong to low-income or mid/low-income households
  3. Offshore island or aboriginal students
  4. Transfer students
  5. First-year overseas Chinese students
  6. First-year Department of Medicine students on public tuition with household registered outside of Taipei City, New Taipei City, and Keelung City for over two years
  7. Students with household registered outside of Taipei City, New Taipei City, and Keelung City (including both parents) for over two years and students in Taoyuan City with special needs
  8. Students with household registered in Taoyuan City (including parents)
  9. Students with special needs who provide physical evidence (including Taipei City, New Taipei City and Keelung City). Students with household registries once registered  in  specifically remote areas in Taipei City, New Taipei City, or Keelung Cityhousehold registration in  Keelung City, Sanzhi area, Jinshan area, Shimen area, Wanli area, Ruifang area, Gongliao area, shuangshi area, Pingxi area, Pinglin area, Wulai area ) for more than 2 years. (Including the registry of the parents) could stay in dormitory  untill the end of 109 academic year spring semester)
    1. Announcement2 PM, August 25st, 2020
  1. For information regarding room allocation results, please visit https://osa_dorm.ntu.edu.tw/en/. Allocation results will be emailed to your NTU mail inbox.
  2. For information regarding BOT Prince House allocation results, please visit https://ntudorm.prince.com.tw/
    1. InOn-Campus Freshman Dorms(1st Men Dorm, Freshmen Women Dorm) and BOT Prince House(Changxing, Shuiyuan)
  1. On-campus dorms and BOT Prince House dorms are mutually exclusive and only one can be chosen to live in, but may be applied for at the same time. Those who apply for both will be allocated to on-campus dorms first, and allocated to BOT Prince House dorms second. Those who applied for both but were allocated to BOT will be put on a waiting-list for on-campus dorms.
  2. Due to on-campus freshman dorms lacking enough rooms, some students may be allocated to higher-year dormitories. These students are still required to participate in the freshman dormitory to higher-year dormitory relocation that takes place in the second semester of the first year.
  3. For information regarding the status of the on-campus waiting list, please visit the Student Housing Service Division’s website’s latest news, your NTU inbox and BOT Prince House’s website’s latest news.
    1. Date
  1. Students who are allocated to on-campus dorms:
  1. Move-in procedures will be carried out on August 29th from 9 AM to 12 PM and 1 PM to 5 PM.
  2. Those who move in after August 30th , please do so during 9 AM to 12 PM or 1 PM to 5 PM on weekdays.
  1. Those allocated to higher-year dormitories, please move in starting August 31th, 9 AM to 12 PM or 1 PM to 5 PM on weekdays.
  2. Students who are allocated to BOT Prince House
  1. Students may move in starting September 1st, 2020, for further information and details please review the notification sent by Prince House.
  2. Students may contact Prince House if they need to move in earlier due to NTU orientation camp.
  1. Students who meet the following conditions, will receive higher priority in dorm allocation: (Please provide related documents during the application period, otherwise we will not be able to provide prioritized allocation after the drawing is complete.)
  1. Students with disabilities (please upload your disability manual)
  2. Students from low-income households (please upload low-income proof documents issued by county/city governments; documents issued by chiefs of villages will not be accepted; such documents must have the student’s name on it; students whose documents are verified will not be charged accommodation fee; those whose documents are found to fail to satisfy the conditions above will be stripped of accommodation fee reduction and prioritized accommodation rights)
  3. Students from mid/low-income households, who receive a 30% accommodation fee reduction (please upload low-income proof documents issued by county/city governments; documents issued by chiefs of villages will not be accepted; such documents must have the student’s name on it; students whose documents are verified will not be charged accommodation fee; those whose documents are found to fail to satisfy the conditions above will be stripped of accommodation fee reduction and prioritized accommodation rights; BOT Prince House dorms will not receive an accommodation fee reduction)
  4. Students from offshore islands and aboriginal students (please upload a household registration transcript no older than three months; offshore island students and their parents must have household registered on offshore islands for at least 2 years; the transcript must include documentation of household transfer)
  5. Overseas Chinese students in their first year of studies
  6. Students enrolled in the Department of Medicine on public tuition in their first year of studies who have their household registered outside of Taipei City, New Taipei City, and Keelung City for over two years
    1. who have their household registered in Taipei City, New Taipei City or Keelung City may apply for accommodation every semester if there are sufficient beds after allocation. Remote districts will have higher priority when applying. Please note that these accommodations are short-term and you may only live in a dorm until the end of finals week of the second semester of each year. Summer accommodation is not available for application, and participants must apply every academic year. For more information regarding the short-term accommodation applications and progress for students in the Greater Taipei Metropolitan Area, please see the Student Housing Service Division’s website or your NTU email inbox.
  1. The accommodation period is the maximum year of study designated by the student’s department, and calculated according to the number of the student’s ID, regardless of whether the student has suspended or transferred schools or departments.
  2. Our division forms a team during summer dedicated to providing information regarding renting off-campus housing. For more information, please visit our student housing rental inquiry system. You may also visit the Tsuei Ma Ma Foundation for Housing & Community Services.
  3. Do you, a new resident, want to learn more about our dormitories? Please visit our freshman information page for more info.
  4. If you have any problems regarding dormitories or accommodation, please contact the following:
  1. Undergraduate on-campus dormitories: Ms. Teng Mingying at the Student Housing Service Division (myteng@ntu.edu.tw), (02)3366-2264~6
  2. BOT Prince House: Deputy Manager Liu (1701013@exchange.prince.com.tw), (02)2363-1066 Extension 19106
  3. Off-campus Rental TeamMs. Lin Shihmei at the Student Housing Service Division (shihmei1206@ntu.edu.tw), (02)3366-2264~6

    On-Campus Dorms vs. BOT Prince House

 

On-Campus Freshman Dorms

BOT Prince House

Dorm Name

1st Men Dorm, Freshman Women Dorm

Changxing Dorm Area, Shuiyuan Dorm Area

Dorm Status

1st Men Dorm built ‘70, renovated ‘96

Freshman Women Dorm built ‘92, renovated ‘08

Changxing built ’08, soundproofed ‘16

Shuiyuan built ’09, AB buildings soundproofed ’17,C building soundproofed ‘18

Managed By

Office of Student Affairs, NTUStudent Housing Service Division

Prince Housing and Development Corp.

Fee Type

Collected by semester

Collected monthly

Room Type

Rooms (Bathrooms are outside rooms)

Suites (Bathrooms are inside rooms)

No. of Residents

4 residents

Single rooms, double rooms, three-person rooms

Fee/Rent

Freshman Women Dorm

1st Men Dorm

Single

Double

3 residents

$9,700/semester

Deposit of $2,000

$8,200/semester

Deposit of $2,700

$7,800/month

$5,100/month (each resident)

$4,600/month (each resident)

Deposit: Two months’ rent

Other Fees

Includes water, power, air conditioning must be paid for with bought cards, internet fee of $200 per/semester is collected separately

Includes water and internet

Does not include electricity, telephone and cable TV

Period

  1. The accommodation period is the maximum year of study designated by the student’s department, and calculated according to the number of the student’s ID, regardless of whether the student has suspended or transferred schools.Example: The Department of Chinese has a maximum year of study of 4 years, so students with the ID B09 may only be accommodated until the end of the 2023 academic year. Residents who have not reached the maximum year of study do not need to apply every year, they only need to participate in relocation drawing at the end of their first year.
  2. Suspension and dropping out of school requires the check-out of accommodation. When returning to school, students must reapply for accommodation, for more information please look out for announcements on the Student Housing Service Division’s website.
    1. Return 1st semester: Apply in Jun.
    2. Return 2nd semester: Apply in Dec.
  1. Current residents have priority when extending their accommodation, but must sign every year
  2. Non-students may not reside or extend
  3. Suspended students and drop-outs must check-out, those returning to school must reapply for accommodation, please take note of Prince House’s website.
    1. Every July will hold a drawing for the new semester.
    2. Every year at the end of September or the beginning of October students may apply for the waiting list.
  4. Taipei, New Taipei and Keelung first-year students may only apply for the September-October waiting list application, if they do not obtain a room the next year they can apply for the drawing in July.

Intro to Dorms

1st Men Dorm http://140.112.36.173/en/Men_1st_Dorm/album/127_613_1

Freshman Women Dorm http://140.112.36.173/en/Freshman_Women_Dorm/album/128_614_1

https://ntudorm.prince.com.tw/Introduction_List.aspx

Phone Numbers

1st Men Dorm(02) 3366-62003366-6300

Freshman Women Dorm (02)3366-70293366-7288

Student Housing Service Division (02)3366-2264~6

Changxing Dorm (02)2377-0199

Shuiyuan Dorm (02)2363-1066

Other Info

BOT Prince House residents should take note of the following:

  1. Students under 20 years of age require a legal guardian to sign their accommodation contract.
  2. Residents of BOT Prince House are unable to transfer to on-campus dorms or exchange with on-campus dorm residents, but are allowed to participate in the on-campus dorm drawing that takes place at the end of each academic year.
  3. Those who must terminate their residency must pay one month’s rent as liquidated damages. (The residency contract takes effect after wiring your accommodation fee, for any questions please contact Prince House)

<<Freshman Dorm Themed Areas>>

Name

Description

Exercise and Leisure Area

You can make friends with fellow exercise-lovers here as your roommates or neighbors.

Cleanliness Area

Clean your room together with roommates, and create a healthy and clean environment to live in.

Healthy Habits Area

Coordinate lights-out with your roommates and help each other go to bed early and keep healthy habits.

International Area

An area for local students, overseas Chinese students and international students to live together and get to know each other.

Eco-Friendly Area

A place for eco-friendly students who prefer not to keep the AC on as much, in order to save power.

Normal Area

Students without special area needs can choose the normal area.

 

 

<<Application Success Screen>>

Please be aware! When you send your application, an application success screen should show up. Your application is only complete when you see the following image. Please check your NTU inbox as well for a notification email.


 

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