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National Tsing Hua University Implementation Guidelines for Removal of Point Deductions

Approved by the Dean of Student Affairs on April 21, 2009
Revisions Approved by the Dean of Student Affairs on April 28, 2010
Second Revisions Approved by the Dean of Student Affairs on October 19, 2010
Third Revisions Approved by the Dean of Student Affairs on May 20, 2013
Fourth Revisions Approved by the Dean of Student Affairs on October 17, 2013
Fifth Revisions Approved by the Dean of Student Affairs on October 22, 2013
Sixth Revisions Approved by the Dean of Student Affairs on March 30, 2014

  1. For the purposes of achieving effective student guidance, the “National Tsing Hua University Implementation Guidelines for Removal of Point Deductions” (hereinafter “the Guidelines”) are established for the remedy of point deductions imposed on students living in dormitories for violations of dormitory regulations, encouraging self-reflection by students who violate dormitory regulations and allowing them the opportunity apply to redeem their past mistakes.

  2. When students living in dormitories are deducted points for violations of dormitory regulations, they may dispute or apply for the remedy of the point deductions after receiving notification (Form 1 – Notification of Points Deduction for Violation of Dormitory Regulations). Students must complete the “Application for Review of Point Deductions for Violation of Dormitory Regulations” (Form 2) or the “Application for Remedy of Point Deductions” (Form 2) at the Division of Student Life Guidance within seven days of the notification. Students who do not apply within seven days will be deemed as having given up the right to apply. After receiving an application, the Division of Student Life Guidance may hold a meeting to make a decision within seven days (15 or more points). If the application for review is approved, the points deduction will be cancelled; however, if the application is rejected, the original points deduction will be maintained. If the application for remedy of the points deduction is approved, and signed and approved by the Dean of Student Affairs (or the Division of Student Life Guidance for students with deductions of less than 15 points) the student should attend the Military Training Office (or Division of Student Life Guidance) for assignment of work by the military instructor (or department tutor). The maximum duration of work is four hours per week. After the remedy program is completed, the Remedy Program Assessment Form should be completed (Form 4). Then, after signing by the tutor and approval by the Dean of Student Affairs, the points deduction will be cancelled by the Student Assistance Division. If students fail to complete the remedy program, the student dormitory regulations will still apply.

  3. The Review Meeting shall be convened by the Director of the Military Training Office or the Chief of the Division of Student Life Guidance. There shall be five to seven members, including one representative from the Division of Student Life Guidance, one representative from the Division of Student Housing, and four dormitory managers (selected at random). Decisions will be made by majority voting.

  4. Applications for remedy of points deductions must be for the entire points deduction for violations of dormitory regulations (for one incident). It is not permissible to seek remedies for only some of the points. If students commit further offenses during the remedy process, then the application will also be declined.

  5. Types of remedy work:

    • Office cleaning
    • General tidying
    • Assisting in the processing of documents
    • Dormitory services
    • Charity (volunteer) service
    • Other
  6. Calculation of time required for remedy of points deduction

Points deducted Time required
2.5 points 5 hours
5 points 10 hours
10 points 15 hours
15 points 20 hours
  1. These Guidelines are effective following approval by the Dean of Student Affairs. Amendments are to be dealt with in the same manner.
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