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What is LHU’s policy for health insurance?

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According to Article 21 of Regulations Regarding International Students Undertaking Studies in Taiwan, “When registering with their intended institutions, new international students must attach medical and injury insurance policies, which they purchased in foreign countries, covering a valid period of no less than 4 months starting from the day when they entered Taiwan. Returning international students must attach policies regarding Taiwan national health insurance and other pertinent coverage plans. The foregoing insurance policies purchased in foreign countries must be authenticated by a Taiwan’s overseas representative office.”

In LHU, international students who plan to study more than one semester must apply for an Alien Resident Certificate (ARC). After four months of their acquirement of ARCs, the Office of Student Affairs will automatically process the purchase of National Health Insurance for these students. Since health insurance is not included in the tuition, each of these students will need to pay 4,494 NTD per semester (749 NTD x 6 months).

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Where should I go if I need to see a doctor?

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There is a physician at the Health Center (S101) from 10 AM to 12PM, and a school nurse from 8:30 AM to 9:00PM (Mon-Fri). If you need further medical consult, please go to the Health Center for referral.

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How do I apply for a student ID?

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If you are an exchange student in LHU, you will not have a student ID. If you are registered in a regular academic program, please go to the Registrar’s Section to pick up your registration envelope. After you completed all forms and registration process, you will be able to acquire a student ID.

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How do I apply for a library card?

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If you are an exchange student, please fill in an application form, attach a headshot photo and a photocopy of your passport, and submit it to the Office of Student Affairs. If you are studying in a regular academic program, your student ID will be your library card; there is no need to apply for a library card specifically.
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How do I connect to the internet in my dorm room?

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There is no wireless service in LHU dormitories. You will need a cable and possibly a hub to connect to the internet. When you connect to the LHU network the first time, please follow the directions shown on the welcome page. Use your LHU email address (student ID number@ms.lhu.edu.tw) as username and your student ID number for password. If you need to borrow a cable or hub, please contact your dorm manager.

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Is there a list of courses I can refer to?

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Please go to http://www.lhu.edu.tw/system.asp for course information.

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How does mail delivery work on campus?

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Regular mail will be picked up by dormitory staff everyday and handed to the receivers by the Floor Managers personally.For packages and registered mail, please go to http://www.lhu.edu.tw/UserAp/D40/D40A01/QueryLetter.aspx to check if your name is on the mail-claiming list. To claim your package/registered mail, please go to the Documentation Section located on 6F, Fa-Min Building in person and sign.


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