Indigenous Students Resource Centre:
The Indigenous Students Resource Center actively integrates learning from outside the classroom into the curriculum of the Holistic Education Center, so as to establish a diverse and friendly campus environment and to allow teachers and students to learn about the cultures, languages, and contemporary issues of Taiwan’s indigenous peoples. In addition, the center strives to deepen the relationship between indigenous youths and society. This is not only to help them strengthen their understanding of their own culture, but also to help them build confidence, so that they are more inclined to contribute and bear social responsibility toward their community. Therefore, starting from the 2017 school year, students were allowed to receive credits for indigenous languages courses. Then, in the second semester of the 2018 school year, “Community Service” and “International Cultural Exchange” officially became part of the self-learning program at the Holistic Education Center.
Related practical events:
* FJCU has taken concrete actions to ensure gender equality
* FJCU has worked to create a friendly campus and good learning environment for indigenous students
* FJCU has taken concrete actions to ensure that special needs students have access to education.