Class of 2022’s Online Joint Commencement Ceremony of College of Communication will be held on Saturday 28 May at 13:00. Joint commencement ceremony is at 13:00 on Saturday 28 May, using Microsoft Teams: https://ppt.cc/fpopIx The commencement ceremony for the Department of Radio and Television will continue after 13:30 via Webex: https://ppt.cc/fHCGPxTop
After a year-long journey, the partners from Independent Project of academic year 2021 will present their work in a variety of exhibitions over the summer, including physical and online film exhibitions, photography and video installation exhibitions, online music releases, and ‘Live House’ live performances. This year, 11 international directors, singer-songwriters and artists have been invited to be the speakers for the most awaited closed-door ‘heavyweight talks’ (重磅講評). Please see EDM for the list of the works, the programmes and the speakers. Registration and website links for some venues: 6/4 Online music presentation: registration link: https://forms.gle/THn8bvnEQbnSnsQi8 6/11-6/19 Independent Project ‘限實動態’ Film Festival: https://www.facebook.com/nccurtvfilmfestival2022 8/19 Quanzo 原廠 Re:Type Live: @ku_anergy_ (Instagram account)Top
Please find the attachment or click the download link for NCCU’s schedule of academic year 2022–2023. The following information is provided by Office of Academic Affairs, NCCU. What have been changed: Jan. 20, 2023 is adjusted to holiday. Jan. 7, 2023 will be the make-up work day of Jan. 20, 2023. Jan. 14, 2023 has been modified to normal weekend. Feb. 4, 2023 will be the make-up work day of Jan. 27, 2023. Download the schedule (Eng.): https://aca.nccu.edu.tw/eng/download/calendar2022_eng.pdf
The course selection process should be conducted through the online course selection system. Announcement of courses and course selection information: starts on 12 July. Tracking list registration: starts on 2 August. Application for ‘Excess or Reduced Credits for Undergraduate Students’: Stage 1: Applications from 2 August to 15 August, vetting by the department from 16 August to 17 August. Stage 2: Applications from 18 August to 5 September, to be reviewed by the Department from 6 September to 7 September. PE class applications for Senior Undergraduate Students: 2 August to 5 September. Printing and delivery of ‘Registration for Permission to Take a Blocked Courses’: printing opened starts on 2 August until 5pm on 19 September and delivery starts from 16 August to 5pm on 19 September. Stage 1 Preliminary Registration: 9am on 22 August to 5pm on 24 August. Stage 2 Preliminary Registration: 9am on 29 August to 5pm on 31 August. Course Registration/Drop and Distribution: 12 September, 9am to 19 September, 5pm. Add course, drop-course application: 9am on 20 September to 27 September. Online confirmation of course selection results: 29 September to 6 October. Course Withdrawl printing and application: 9am on 31 October to 5pm on 25 November, and collection hours are from 14 November to 5pm on 25 November. For the latest information, please visit the announcement from Office of Academic Affairs ( https://aca.nccu.edu.tw/zh/註冊組/選課訊息#myModal628f3c00b5fe9 ).
To enhance mutual-understanding between professors and students and to ensure quality of teaching in the University, the “End-of-Semester Course Evaluation Survey” will be started on Monday, May 23, 2022 and will be ended by Sunday, June 12, 2022. Please take your time to finish the Survey. You can get into the Online Survey via the following link using your email account and password: On NCCU official website www.nccu.edu.tw , login into “iNCCU”, look for Campus Information System→Campus Web info. portal→Students→Academics, choose “Course Evaluation Survey” system. The link: https://moltke.nccu.edu.tw/SSO/startApplication?name=inccustucmt. Each subject’s Course Evaluation Survey comprises 2 parts: “Course Evaluation Questionnaires” and “Core Capability Evaluation.” If either of the parts is unanswered, the Survey will be deemed as incomplete, and so it will affect the distribution of your “points for course selection” on the system. Please go back to the page of course list to check if both parts are answered for every subject. There are 10 questions on the questionnaires, using the Likert-type scale for scaling, with Strongly Agree (10 points), Agree (8 points), Somewhat Agree (6 points), Disagree (4 points), and Strongly Disagree (2 points) being the typical format of a 5-level Likert items. After summing up and analyzing the valid questionnaires, a score will be given as the base of that particular subject’s quantitative survey result. Since your response will be used to evaluate the professor’s teaching performance, please do fill out the Survey cautiously. If a course has set the “Core Capability Evaluation” on the Survey, after completing the “Course Evaluation Questionnaires” and click on “Submit/Save”, the system will automatically direct you to the “Core Capability Evaluation” part of the Survey. Every professor’s Course Evaluation Surveys of the last 6 semesters are going to be incorporated in the course selection system, thus your response on professor’s teaching quality and performance will surely serves as important reference for future students. Please do fill them out with cautiousness. The Survey results are anonymous and will not affect your grade. Wish you all the best in the Final Exam! This notice is reposted from Office of Academic Affairs. To receive the latest information, please visit the original one: https://www.nccu.edu.tw/p/406-1000-11704,r101.php?Lang=en