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Office of Student Affairs

Office of Student Affairs

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.

Organizational Chart of SHU Office of Student Affairs

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

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, top student awards, and scholarships for students in need
  • To provide emergency aids 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 maintain the Emergency Response Room (phone number: 02-2236-7935)
  • To provide around the clock emergency services for students
  • To process the application of student accommodation, room assignment, and management. All the rooms are equipped with air conditioners and access to the Internet.

II. Extracurricular Activity Division

  • To facilitate activities organized by 83 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 SHU clubs’ websites and to provide the latest information of club activities

III. Counseling Center

  • Purpose: to provide counseling for coping with emotional, learning, interpersonal relationship, adjustment, career planning, and mental health problems
  • Resources: 13 counselors, 1 psychiatrist, and several group and individual counseling rooms
  • Location: S309
  • Hours: Monday to Friday, from 8:00 AM to 5:20 PM

IV. Division of Career Development

Exploring career options

  • Lectures and workshops 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

  • To hold forums on employment and conducting campus recruitment
  • To track alumni’s work status
  • To conduct employers’ feedback surveys on SHU alumni
  • To receive information about job vacancies from all sections of society
  • To post position announcements
  • To practice mock interviews
  • To provide information about the protection of employers’ legal labor rights, relations between labors and employers, and equal employment opportunity

Exploring careers

  • To provide employment opportunities on campus
  • To supply information about advanced studies at home and abroad
  • To sponsor activities related to job markets 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 covers individuals, families, and communities.

The division now maintains a director, two full-time nurses and one night-shift nurse.

Make an appointment, call (02) 2236-8225 ext. 82078, 82079 or send e-mail to

Indigenous Student Resource Center

  • To integrate Indigenous Students’ affairs and resources
  • To Assist indigenous students in adapting to campus life and learning
  • To cultivate talents of indigenous students and promote their self-learning
  • To encourage indigenous students to link with their aboriginal tribe
  • To assist all programs and activities of education for indigenous peoples
  • To offer career counseling for indigenous students
  • To offer student counseling