SDG16
Peace、Justice and Strong Institutions

Significantly reduce all forms of violence, ensure equal access to justice for all, and enforce non-discriminatory laws and policies.

2024 NYCU Sustainable Development Week ─ Result Presentation of USR x SDGs Project

2024 NYCU Sustainable Development Week ─ Result Presentation of USR x SDGs Project Event Time|2024/4/23 Tue. 09:25-15:30 Venue|1F, Microelectronics and Information Research Center, Guangfu Campus Application Deadline|2024/4/19 Fri. 12:00 Registration|https://forms.gle/aVD61vHJwn1xky5w5 ★Participate in 5 games and win a free gift!

SDGs:
3
4
5
10
11
12
16

Improve the support mechanism for disadvantages students

Through the Higher Education Sprout Project, five major learning support mechanisms have been established for economically disadvantaged students. These mechanisms include: “Fundamental Academic Guidance”, “Language and International Exchange Counseling”, “Diverse Learning Support”, “Career Exploration Counseling”, “Social Empowerment and Health Counseling”. By replacing the work-study approach with learning, we aim to

SDGs:
10
16

Protect our health against epidemic

In the post-COVID-19 era, NYCU continues to work to promote epidemic prevention, aiming to improve students’ awareness of epidemic prevention and control, while also facilitating the protection of the campus. Nursing students were invited to help students experience the process of wearing and removing protective clothing. Through this experience, students

SDGs:
3
4
5
10
16

Deepen the value of transgender/gender-friendly dormitories

Our school constantly implements and deepens the values of transgender/gender-friendly in its hardware and software facilities. When the new dormitories were completed, the school established a gender-friendly dormitory area on the first floor of the female dormitory. Anyone of any gender can apply to stay there. Starting from 2023, the

SDGs:
4
5
16

Achieve dormitory autonomy

The NYCU Housing Center aims to make the daily operations of dormitories more student-focused by encouraging resident students to participate in dormitory affairs through the Student Dormitory Committee and the Student Union. This participation includes amending the relevant dormitory regulations and holding public hearings or forums on important dormitory issues

SDGs:
16