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About us

  • Date:2018-09-12
  • About
  • The NTU Visitor Center is organized under the Office of the Secretariat at National Taiwan University. The Center’s regular services include guided campus tours, responding to inquiries/help desk, and organizing campus-wide volunteer services. During major events, such as the annual Azalea Festival and the University’s anniversary, the Center also offers special guided tours and related services.

    Campus tour services first became available in 2004, and they were then offered by enthusiastic students from the NTU Campus Tour Club. The Club also began offering Service Learning courses to NTU students. As the demand for guided tours increased, the Visitor Center started to provide some administrative support in 2006. In 2008, the Visitor Center officially took over the responsibility of organizing and administering Service Learning courses. In addition, the Visitor Center began to recruit non-student campus volunteers in accordance with the Volunteer Service Act in 2007. Today these volunteers consist of alumni and members of the local communities who are interested in the cultural assets and ecological landscape of the NTU campus, and their efforts in providing guided tours and assistance represent are a valuable contribution.

    A Variety of Themed Guided Tours
    As the NTU campus offers a rich selection of cultural, historical and ecological resources, in 2014 we asked Prof. Chia-Pin Yu from the School of Forestry and Resource Conservation to develop lesson plans in ecology, and with assistance from the department’s students, the Ecological Guided Tour service was born. This tour has since been available to groups of third graders and older from elementary schools. In 2019, the Department of Culture of the NTU Student Association invited the Visitor Center and the Gallery of NTU History to cosponsor the “Prehistoric NTU – Qing Dynasty Immigrant Settlements Guided Exhibition”, which received favorable reviews and has now become a regular fixture during festivals and celebrations. We continue to make improvements to the exhibition and plan to make it available for group reservations.

    Help Desk/Information Services
    The Office of the Secretariat began to recruit retired NTU personnel in 2002 to serve as volunteers, who offered their services at the Joint Service Center on the 1st floor of the Administration Building. In 2007, the Visitor Center began to recruit alumni and residents in nearby communities to serve as volunteers in accordance with the Volunteer Service Act, and later the NTU New Moon Pavilion was added as a second service location. In 2014 Service Learning courses were offered during summer school to give our students the opportunity to participate in these services.

    University-wide Volunteer Services
    In support of the volunteer initiatives of the Ministry of Health and Welfare, the Ministry of Education and the Taipei City Government, we offer volunteer awards and insurance coverage, as well as compile relevant statistics for reporting purposes.

    Festivals and Celebrations
    In conjunction with the Azalea Festival and University celebrations, the Visitor Center offer guided tours to bring NTU closer to the local communities.

    Service Locations/Help Desks
    All information counters are closed on national holidays.


Contact Phone

  • For services such as Guided Tour Inquiries, Visit Plan Consultation, Activities Search,
    please call  Tel: +886-2-3366-2040

  • Other administrative business please call  Tel: +886-2-3366-2029。



  • Location
    1st Floor of New Moon Pavilion, No. 1, Sec. 4, Roosevelt Road, Taipei, 10617 
  • Office Hours
    Monday – Friday 9–12am; 1–5pm


  • Location
    1st Floor of Administration Building, No. 1, Sec. 4, Roosevelt Road, Taipei, 10617 
  • Office Hours
    Monday – Friday 9–12am; 1–5pm

All information counters are closed on national holidays.