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Frequently Asked Questions for Guided Campus Tours
 

 

1.How do I plan my visit? Is a tour package available?

2.Does each tour cover the NTU Main Campus only?

3.I've tried a few times but haven't been able to book the time slot that I wanted. What should I do?

4.Are all the campus tour guides current NTU students?

5.I'd like to arrange an inter-departmental exchange or discussion forum. How do I apply?

6.Where can I park my car?

7.Are there places on campus where I can get a meal?

8.Can bathroom breaks be arranged during the tour?

9.We are a travel agency/private enterprise and we would like to arrange a tour of the NTU campus. Can you accommodate us?

10.Your tour guide is so cute! Can I ask the Visitor Center for his/her phone number?

11.How should I dress for the campus tour?

12.Do you provide guided tours in a foreign language other than English?

13.I am considering attending NTU in the future and I'm scheduled for a campus visit soon. Can an arrangement be made for me to sit in a class that I'm interested in?

14.I would like to visit other parts of the NTU campus. Apart from traveling on foot, are there other modes of transportation available?

15.Where can I access the Internet during my visit to the NTU campus?

 
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Frequently Asked Questions from Visitors
   
 

1.I am an NTU student and I would like to inquire about the following: (1) getting or renewing my student ID card or class attendance card, or replacing a lost one; (2) applying for official transcripts; (3) applying for a certificate of enrollment; (4) applying for leave/reinstatement.

2. I'd like to apply for scholarships, student loans, sick/personal leave, student insurance, or file a lost & found report. Where should I go?

3.I'd like to request permission to organize club activities, hang up posters, etc.

4.I lost my pet. Who can help?

5.I am an NTU alumnus/alumna. I would like to apply for an Alumni Card, make donations, look up old classmates, or participate in alumni events. Which office should I contact?

6.I'd like to apply for a permit for on-campus photography (e.g., for magazine/media reports, or taking wedding photos). Which department should I contact?

7.I'm an NTU faculty member/employee/student. Where do I apply for a parking permit for my car/motorcycle/bicycle, and where can I pick up the permit when it's ready?

8. I am a vendor. Where do I go to receive tender documents, participate in opening of tenders, or access procurement information in general?

9.I am a prospective international student. Which department should I contact for application for admission, or for matters concerning international or exchange students?

10.I'd like to get a Chinese and/or English copy of the NTU Guidebook. Where should I go?

11.I'd like to send mail or packages to a department/office at NTU. What is the mailing address? Where is the Receiving and Dispatching Office?

12.My bicycle was towed. What should I do?

13.What should I do if I'm in danger while on campus?

14.I'm attending a meeting/event at NTU. Where can I look up information about it?

15.I'd like to request the use of a campus facility as a venue for tests, examinations or other activities.

16.Where do I get information about language courses (e.g., Chinese, English, Japanese and Korean)?

17.Where are (paid) photocopy services available?

18.I'm in urgent need of some passport photos. Is there a photo booth available on campus?

19.Where can I find a breastfeeding/lactation room on campus?

20.How do I get to Academia Sinica from NTU?

21.Where is the "International Conference Center" of NTU located?

 
 
   
 
 
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