[Feb. 25] Student-related measures after returning to school
update date : 2020-03-26Dear International Students,
Due to the occurrence of the Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), universities and colleges nationwide have postponed their opening date for the semester. We also postponed our opening day by three weeks in response to the government's education policies, and all students will return to school to start classes on February 25. The Health Services Division of the Office of Student Affairs would like to invite all faculty members to notify students of the following points to ensure the health of all teachers and students.
1. Students are requested to complete the questionnaire to help the school to understand their recent travel history. Students shall not return to school if they are still categorized as within the periods of the “Self-Management of Health” or “Home Quarantine”.
2. All faculty, staff members and students must report their body temperature daily. Students who live on-campus are required to measure the temperature between 20:00 and 22:30 at their dorm, and those who pass the temperature check will be stamped on the wrist. Students who live off-campus will measure the temperature on their own before 12:00 noon every day and report to their teachers or register the results online. Students in the continuing education will measure the temperature right before their classes and record the results.
3. Those who experience a fever or show respiratory symptoms (including flu) shall not attend classes or participate in any activities. If students who live on-campus are found to have a fever or respiratory symptoms (including flu), the resident assistant should be notified immediately, and the Health Services Division and Student Assistance Division of the Office of Student Affairs will help the students to seek medical treatment, and they will return home to rest after visiting doctors. For those whose home is far away (outlying islands or other countries), they will be admitted to the injury and illness rooms and shall not go out or participate in any activities. They can only return to school or the original dorm room at least 24 hours after the symptoms are relieved. During the epidemic prevention period, "special leave" may apply for the above-mentioned circumstances without affecting students' grades in personal conduct.
4. The school does not have sufficient quantities of masks. The masks are provided to the front-line personnel (resident assistants, nursing staff, military training instructors and security personnel) and those who are found to have fever and respiratory symptoms. Students shall prepare their own masks.
5. Epidemic prevention is everyone's responsibility. Let us create a safe and healthy learning environment together.
Office of Student Affairs
Office of Campus Security：02-2903-8713
Sanitary Division：02-2908-9899 ext.4358/4359