FJCU values its connections with the local community, and aims to amplify fulfill the social responsibilities of a university. All ad hoc and regular events held by academic or administrative units on campus are open to the general public. Some examples are included in the following:
Ad hoc events:
The College of Human Ecology jointly hostsed hands and with units both within and of FJCU to organizes the healthy lunch box design competition with other units at FJCUs for people to design healthy meal boxes as well as , offershold courses and activities that promote the importance of nutrition and exercise; the FJCU School of Law provided legal aid services; FJCU and the FJCU Hospital co-organized events to educate local residents on the consequences of drug abuse; the College of Fashion and Textiles also held a workshop in 3 phases titled The Age of the Cheongsam—One Hundred Years of Craftsmanship, Memory, and Heritage, part of the Taiwan Cultural Memory Bank project led by the Ministry of Culture; in 2016, the Creative Design Center signed a three-year contract with Inly Consulting, which is headed by Alec Walker, to work on the d.school Consultancy Project, bringing the D-Thinking course offered by the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design (the “d.school”) at Stanford University as well as overseas internships to FJCU; interdisciplinary activities are held every year for the general public, with 54 events attended by 2909 people in total from 2017 to 2019.
Related practical events:
* FJCU holds ad hoc educational events and lectures for the general public on campus
* FJCU holds regular educational events and lectures for the general public on campus