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The Zhongshan Freeway is the main traffic artery leading to the FCU campus, which covers an area of 52.72 acres. FCU is one of Taiwan’s top universities.(Photo by GIS of FCU)

International students enrolled at FCU come from more than 20 countries around the world. Among them, approximately 70% receive financial aid.

Professor Chong-Shien Tsai possesses the patent for the Multiple Friction Pendulum System, which is used in the structure of the Teslin River Bridge. This bridge is located along the Alaska Highway, which runs for 1,600 kilometers between Alaska and Canada. Professor Tsai teaches Soil Mechanics.(Photo by Dr. Tsai )

The results of MAPA (Multiple Aspects Personality Assessment) are an important reference tool for freshmen when choosing courses.(Photo by Office of Public Relations)

Small class sizes are one of the advantages of studying at the FCU Chinese Language Center. There are fewer than 15 students in each class.

Freshmen can choose to live in student dormitories on the Han Lin Campus, Taifeng Campus or Baozan Campus (international student dormitories).

Academician King-Ning Tu takes students and faculty from the main campus to the Central Taiwan Science Park campus, which is located in the heart of central Taiwan’s semiconductor manufacturing industry and less than an hour from the harbor, airport and train station. (Photo by Office of Public Relations)

Every student at FCU is assigned an advisor to guide them in their academic and research work, as well as a counselor to provide help with non-academic issues.(Photo by Office of Public Relations)

Taiwan’s climate is suited to outdoor activities year round, such as boating. FCU teams won first and second places at the dragon boat races in Lugang in 2009.(Photo by Junfeng Lin)

The harbor is located about 51 miles from the campus. Each year, the Taichung Jazz Festival welcomes performers from around the world. Houli, also located nearby, is the home of saxophone manufacturers which supply these instruments to musicians all over the globe.

Distinguished alumni include C.J. Hsu, the driving force behind 7-ELEVEN’s success, and Sherman Tuan who was named one of the ten most influential persons in the Silicon Valley in 1999.(Photo by Office of Public Relations)

Nearly 24 percent of graduates choose to pursue advanced studies. FCU alumni are known for their entrepreneurial spirit, such as Wen-Fang Pan who oversees the world’s largest Christmas light manufacturer and about one-third of the global trade in Christmas lights.(Photo by photo Club)

Campus parking includes 1100 bicycle spaces and 7865 motorcycle and scooter spaces. On campus, the major mode of transportation is the world’s most environmentally friendly—walking.(Photo by Office of Public Relations)

The Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS), Intelligent Pneumatic Mobile Suspension System, PAN-based Activated Carbon Fabric and High-efficiency Gas Diffusion Layer are just some of the achievements of FCU’s applied research.(Photo by photo Club)

Taichung City is situated in the center of Taiwan’s West Coast. It is about a 3-hour drive to the northernmost point of Keelung and about a 4-hour drive to the southernmost point of Kenting. To major attractions such as the Taipei 101 building it is only about a 2 1╱2-hour drive. (Photo by photo Club)

The “green energy” Main Library combines energy saving architectural elements with e-book databases, and is the heart of the FCU campus.(Photo by Office of Public Relations)

The male to female ratio of the student body is 1.8 to 1. (Photo by photo Club)

Indoor cafes and the Tea Shop are located in some of the campus’ main buildings, such as the Main Library, Information and Electrical Engineering Building, Jong Chin Building, Wen Hwa Innovation Center and Recreation Building.Just outside the campus is Taiwan’s largest international tourism night market with a wide selection of Taiwanese snacks and foods.(Photo by photo Club)

On weekends, members of Feng Chia’s service clubs volunteer in remote locations or disaster areas.(Photo by Office of Public Relations)

Asia Bio-HyLinks has set up an office on the FCU campus. FCU is also home to the APEC Research Center for Advanced Biohydrogen Technology.(Photo by photo Club)

Mazu is an important religious symbol in Taiwan. Every year, the nearby town of Tachia holds the Mazu procession to celebrate this deity’s birthday. This is one of the most unique cultural experiences in Taiwan.(Photo by Chih-Yu Wang)

The academic calendar is divided into two semesters. The fall semester is from August to January and the spring semester is from February to July.(Photo by Office of Public Relations)

Carrefour, RT-Mart, Costco, and Save & Safe hypermarts are all located within a 30-minute drive from Feng Chia. The closest is only a 20-minute walk. There is a regional medical center only 10 minutes away. (Photo by Office of Public Relations)

Baseball and softball are popular sports in Taiwan. FCU’s softball team has won the national President’s Cup two years running.(Photo by photo Club)

Feng Chia University is made up of 8 colleges including the College of Business, College of Engineering, College of Sciences, College of Information and Electrical Engineering, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, College of Construction and Development, School of Management Development and College of Finance.(Photo by Office of Public Relations)

The Recreation Building is home to more than 200 student clubs. The practice rooms, performance venue and outdoor Tea Shop are some of the most popular places on campus.(Photo by Center for General Education)

Every year, the all-university tug-of-war competition is held in the Sports Center. Teams of 30 students each vie to bring glory to their departments. Even alumni return to campus to get in on the action and cheer on their favorite teams. (Photo by Office of Public Relations)

From freshman year, students enroll in general education courses, which help to increase their awareness of culture and the arts.(Photo by photo Club)

The Sports Center facilities include a swimming pool, fitness centers, dance classrooms and basketball courts.(Photo by Office of Public Relations)

FCU is an important center for Chinese language learning in Asia. Every year, students from more than 20 countries on 5 continents enroll in Chinese Language Center courses.(Photo by Office of Public Relations)

The GIS Research Center is an important domestic research institute. It links geographic information resource systems with global positioning systems and satellite remote sensing technologies. These are used in complement with digital, mobile and visualization techniques to resolve environmental policy issues.(Photo by Office of Public Relations)

More than 90% of freshmen live in student housing.