Protecting historical sites, allowing for coexistance and co-prosperity


NYCU’s Taipei Campus buildings are located within historic sites. The University has both the responsibility and obligation to preserve historical sites to achieve the goal of coexistence and co-prosperity with the local community.


In 1970, the master’s program of the Department of Management Science was established in the Boai Campus. It was moved to the north in 1974 due to the need of cooperative education in management education and the relationship between research and teaching. It relocated once again to the west side of the current Taipei Beimen Post Office in 1979, sharing the location with the post office due to the implementation of the cooperative education in-service personnel training program. The Taipei Beimen Post Office, one of Chunghwa Post’s 19 central offices is also the location of the Taipei Campus. It is a special post office set up by Chunghwa Post in Taipei, Taiwan. Its history can be traced back to the Second Field Post Office established in 1895. It is a four-story building, which covers an area of 8,000 square meters together with the open space behind it. It is now designated as a Grade-III Historic Site by the Taipei City Government. In accordance with the provisions of the Cultural Heritage Preservation Act, the University has endeavored to maintain and improve the Beimen Post Office both in and out in recent years. Thus, it has cooperated with the Executive Yuan to restore the original appearance of the gate and make it a historical and cultural building; the restoration project will be completed in May 2021.


Let the “heart” take a breath – What is Mental Health Day? How to Establish a Campus that is More Friendly, and Supportive of Mental Health

Recently, universities and colleges have been increasingly recognizing the importance of addressing students’ mental and psychological well-being. They are gradually implementing initiatives to promote mental health days, with the expectation that these days will allow students to focus on their emotional well-being. The goal is to help them understand how