(1) Ying-Shi Dorm
There are eleven floors in the building. The basement floor includes
kitchens, lounges and entertainment rooms. The first floor includes
a student restaurant. The dorm rooms are located at second to the
(2) Da-Yong Shu Dorm
There are ten floors in the building.
The basement floor includes student clubs and a recreation center.
The fourth and tenth floors are used for study rooms.
The third and seventh floors are used for gyms.
Each floor has an area for hang-dying clothes and lounges.
(3) Shao-Yong Shu Dorm
There are four floors in the building. This building can offer 158 beds for students, making it the smallest among all of the dorm buildings and it is used only for graduate students.
The basement floor is used for a reading room.
Each floor has an area for hang-drying clothes.
(4) Chung Jing Yuan Dorm
There are three floors in the building. This building can offer 576 beds
for students. The cloth dying is located at the top building. The lounge
is located at the entrance of the first floor. The reading room,
rest room and barrier-free access are located in the basement floor.
Toilets and bed rooms are provided for the disabled on the first floor.
(5) Hsueh-Ren Dorm
The construction of the building is not completed yet.