2021 Academic Year NTU Student Dormitory Epidemic Prevention Subsidies Regulations

2021 Academic Year NTU Student Dormitory Epidemic Prevention Subsidies Regulations

 

  1. Goal: In order to assist dormitory residents who require rapid test or PCR screening test due to exposure to special infectious respiratory diseases or similar symptoms, the University shall arrange for home quarantine or self-health management in partner hotels, and self-health management for overseas Chinese and foreign students in off-campus hotels after quarantine, while reducing their financial burden and make them feel at ease during their studies.
  2. Subsidy Items:
    1. Foreign entrants:
      1. Subsidy Eligibility: Overseas Chinese, Mainland Chinese, and international degree students who are beginning their studies and moving into dormitories in the 2022 spring semester, who have used their own expenses during the post-entry quarantine period for group quarantine or quarantine hotels.
      2. Subsidy Amount: The hotel accommodation fee for self-health management after post-entry quarantine will be subsidized, at most 500 NTD a day, at most 7 days.
    2. Persons with suspected symptoms in need of self-health management:
      1. Subsidy Eligibility: Overseas Chinese, Mainland Chinese, and international degree students currently residing in on-campus dormitories, that require self-health management after medical attention (meets requirements defined by student dormitory epidemic prevention measures), and have been accommodated at partner hotels by the University.
      2. Subsidy Amount: The hotel accommodation fee will be subsidized, at most 500 NTD a day, at most 14 days.
    3. Persons with fever in quarantine:
      1. Subsidy Eligibility: Students currently residing in on-campus dormitories, that have a fever or whose fever has yet to leave without the use of fever-reducing medicines for 24 hours, that have been accommodated at partner hotels by the University.
      2. Subsidy Amount: The hotel accommodation fee will be subsidized, at most 500 NTD a day, at most 3 days.
    4. Confirmed cases and close contacts:
      1. Subsidy Eligibility: Overseas Chinese, Mainland Chinese, and international degree students currently residing in on-campus dormitories, that have contracted a special infectious respiratory disease or come into close contact, and have been accommodated at partner hotels by the University after 14 days of quarantine.
      2. Subsidy Amount: The hotel accommodation fee will be subsidized, at most 500 NTD a day, at most 7 days.
  3. Required Documents:
    1. 2021 Academic Year NTU Student Dormitory Epidemic Prevention Arrangement Subsidy Application Form (view appendix)
    2. Quarantine Notice
    3. Isolation Notice
    4. Proof of Hotel Housing (requires full name, accommodation date and fee)
    5. Proof of Hotel Payment (invoice or receipt)
  4. Subsidy applications end on July 31, 2022.
  5. The University will follow the development status of the epidemic announced by the Central Epidemic Command Center and cooperate with the policies of the Ministry of Education to revise epidemic prevention measures on a rolling basis.
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