Housing Services and Facilities
|Facility||House A, House C, House D, Urban House|
|Room furniture||a bed, a desk, a chair, a closet, and mattresses|
(Only mattress protector will be provided, tenants need to prepare their own bedding for hygiene reasons)
|Air conditioner||Individual room air conditioner|
|Washer and Dryer||Available, free of charge|
|Smoke & Heat detectors||Equipped|
|Emergency alarm system||Equipped|
|Facility||House A||House C||House D||Urban House|
|Bedroom door lock||Keyed door knob||Keyed door knob||Keyed door knob||Electronic lock|
|House main door lock||Electronic lock/Keyed||Electronic lock||Keyed||Electronic lock|
|Building entrance lock||Electronic lock||Keyed||Keyed||Keyed|
|Kitchenette (without a stove)||–||V||V||V|
|Toaster oven/Rice cooker/Microwave||V||V||V||V|
|Refrigerator||Individual room||Shared in public space||Shared in public space||Shared in public space|
|Lounge for gatherings||–||–||–||V|
|Hot & cold water dispensers/water boiler||V||V||V||V|
|Faucet Water Filter||–||V||V||–|
|Service||House A, House C, House D, Urban House|
|Trash and Recycling Collection||Weekly|
|Air conditioner & washing machine maintenance||Annually|
|House #||Room Type||Gender|
|A||Twin Room – Single Bed|
Twin Room – Bunk Bed
Triple Room – Single Bed
Triple Room – Bunk Bed
|C||Single Room – Single Bed|
Single Room – Bunk Bed
Twin Room – Bunk Bed
|D||Single Room – Single Bed|
Twin Room – Single Bed
Twin Room – Bunk Bed
|Urban||Twin Room – Bunk Bed|
Triple Room – Bunk Bed
Quad room – Bunk bed
Six-People Room – Bunk bed
Rates for 2021-2022
(Additional minimum utilities monthly charge of TWD 600 will apply)
House A (Click here for Photo)
|House A||Monthly Cost (Utilities excluded)/Per Bed||Bathroom||Room Size (Square Meter)|
|101 A/B (Twin Room – Single Bed)||TWD 6650||Attached||14.9755|
|102 A/B (Twin Room – Single Bed)||TWD 5580||Attached||12.5570|
|103 A (Triple Room – Single Bed)||TWD 5500||Attached||15.2490|
|103 Bunk-Up/Down (Triple Room – Bunk Bed)||TWD 4000||Attached||15.2490|
|104 A (Triple Room – Single Bed)||TWD 5300||Attached||14.8104|
|104 Bunk-Up/Down (Triple Room – Bunk Bed)||TWD 3900||Attached||14.8104|
|105 A/B (Twin Room – Single Bed)||TWD 6850||Attached||15.4804|
|106 A/B (Twin Room – Single Bed)||TWD 6950||Attached||15.7352|
|107 Bunk-Up/Down (Twin Room – Bunk Bed)||TWD 5500||Attached||12.4310|
House C (Click here for Photo)
|House C||Monthly Cost (Utilities excluded)/Per Bed||Bathroom||Room Size (Square Meter)|
|201 Bunk-Up/Down (Twin Room – Bunk Bed)||TWD 5800||Shared||10.2695|
|202 Bunk-Up/Down (Twin Room – Bunk Bed)||TWD 5900||Shared||10.3400|
|203 (Single Room- Single Bed)||TWD 7100||Shared||6.1747|
|205 (Single Room – Bunk Bed)||TWD 8500||Shared||7.3295|
|206 (206 Room – Single Bed)||TWD 9000||Shared||7.8000|
|207 Bunk-Up/Down (Twin Room – Bunk Bed)||TWD 5600||Shared||9.8136|
|208 Bunk-Up/Down (Twin Room – Bunk Bed)||TWD 8850||Shared||15.4395|
|209 (Single Room – Single Bed)||TWD 8300||Shared||7.2278|
|210 (Single Room – Single Bed)||TWD 7200||Shared||6.2510|
|211 (Single Room – Single Bed)||TWD 9450||Shared||8.2344|
House D (Click here for Photo)
|House D||Monthly Cost (Utilities excluded)/Per Bed||Bathroom||Room Size (Square Meter)|
|301 Bunk-Up/Down (Twin Room – Bunk Bed)||TWD 5500||Shared||9.7680|
|302 (Single Room – Single Bed)||TWD 8500||Shared||7.7552|
|303 (Single Room- Single Bed)||TWD 7200||Shared||6.5698|
|305 Bunk-Up/Down (Twin Room – Bunk Bed)||TWD 6000||Shared||11.0772|
|306 (Twin Room – Single Bed)||TWD 9000||Private||15.7586|
Urban House (Click here for Photo)
|Urban House||Monthly Cost (Utilities excluded)/Per Bed||Bathroom||Room Size (Square Meter)|
|201 (Twin room/Bunk beds/Shared bathroom)||TWD 9,000||Shared||Approx. 6.28102|
|202 (Triple room/Bunk beds/Shared bathroom)||TWD 8000||Shared||Approx. 7.10747|
|203 (Quad room/Bunk beds/Shared bathroom)||TWD 7100||Shared||Approx. 8.59508|
|204 (Six-People Room/Bunk beds/Shared bathroom)||TWD 5800||Shared||Approx. 11.07443|
TERMS & CONDITIONS
TERMS & CONDITIONS OF THE HOUSING AGREEMENT
A. Resident Behavior/Agreement Termination.
Residents are expected to participate in the housing educational activities designed to enhance the quality of life. Residents agree to abide by the Rules of the Taipei Medical University, as well as the government laws. The University may reassign or remove any Resident from the room in accordance with established procedures as a consequence of the Resident’s violation of University rules, policies, housing regulations, or the Terms & Conditions of the Housing Agreement. Violations of University, Rules or regulations may be grounds for termination of the Housing Agreement and forfeiture of associated costs.
Residents’ rooms are furnished with the appropriate number of beds, mattresses, desks, and chairs. Residents must provide their own bed linens, pillows, towels, and other personal items.
C. Right of Privacy & Room Entry.
The University respects Residents’ rights to privacy in their rooms and makes a reasonable effort to give at least 24 hours notice for damage, maintenance or cleanliness inspections. The University regards room entry for purposes of improvements, maintenance, cleaning, and recovery of unauthorized university-owned property, and fire and safety inspections as necessary for the health and general welfare of all residents. Such entry is agreed to and authorized by the Resident as part of this Agreement. Entry without notice occurs in emergencies to ensure protection of life, limb and/or property, and upon a Resident’s request for maintenance services. Entry and inspections of rooms by University or law officials for purposes of discovering violations of University rules and regulations, or government law shall be reasonable and in accordance with University policy and government law.
It is not the policy of TMU to move students from one assignment to another unnecessarily. However, situations do arise that warrant relocation. Residents are expected to cooperate fully in all occasions where moves are required, such as consolidation, reassignment due to maintenance requirements, administrative moves, and other similar circumstances. Consolidation means that the Resident may be paired with a new roommate so that additional space may be freed up in the facility to accommodate new residents or single room requests. Consolidation necessitates someone moving in with the Resident or the Resident moving in with someone else. When this occurs, the Resident is notified of the date someone is moving in or the date by which the Resident is required to move to the new room assignment.
E. Care of Facilities.
1. Damages and Special Services.
The Resident agrees to be directly and financially responsible for keeping assigned space and furnishings clean and free from damage. The Resident agrees to pay established charges or actual costs, for room damages, special housekeeping, or maintenance services necessary due to misuse or abuse of facilities (beyond normal wear and tear). The Resident is responsible for an equal portion of the charges assessed to all occupants of the Residents’ room. The Resident agrees to pay established charges or actual costs, for damages to common areas (areas not in the confines of the Residents’ rooms) or special housekeeping or maintenance services necessary due to misuse or abuse of facilities or equipment for which the Resident is responsible. The Resident is responsible for an equal portion of charges assessed to all Residents of a floor/hall when those responsible cannot be identified. Damage charges are payable upon assessment.
The Resident is assigned the room and entrance keys, and agrees to: not have keys duplicated, not transfer use of the keys, and surrender the keys at the end of each term if required, or when the Resident officially checks out of the house. The Resident agrees to immediately report the loss of an assigned key and to pay any associated cost for replacement of lost keys. Replacement cost for a lost or stolen key is TWD 500 per key. Lost keys found prior to the changing of the lock core should be reported immediately to the Office of Global Engagement (OGE).
3. Access Card.
Residents agree not to transfer card to any other persons for building access. Residents agree to immediately report any lost card to OGE. Once a Resident has checked out of a residence hall they may only reenter the building as a guest of a current resident.
The University does not carry liability insurance for any Resident or Resident’s property and, therefore, does not assume responsibility to Residents or other persons, including guests, for the loss of money or valuables, damage to property, or injuries sustained on the premises.
CONDITIONS FOR TERMINATION OF THE HOUSING AGREEMENT
A. Prior to Occupancy.
Cancellations are accepted, but only in the event the cancellation is made in writing by the Resident and sent directly to OGE in accordance with the cancellation schedule.
B. After Occupancy.
OGE is aware that unforeseen circumstances may prevent a Resident from fulfilling the Housing Agreement, and agrees to work individually with these Residents. In these circumstances, the Resident is responsible for contacting OGE and should be prepared to discuss and document, in specific terms, their inability to fulfill the Housing Agreement.
FINANCIAL AND CHECK-OUT CONDITIONS
A. Fees and Payment Schedule.
The Resident agrees to pay all applicable University housing fees. Housing fees, per term, are included on the University Schedule/Bill and are payable in full on or before the due date on the bill. Residents who are evicted during the term for disciplinary reasons are responsible for that term’s full housing fees.
B. Check-Out Process.
The Resident must check out with a dorm assistant (DA) or the OGE staff.
The following steps must be completed.
1. Dorm assistant (DA) must examine the room for damages and complete the check-out portion of the check-in/check-out form. This form is then signed and dated by both the DA and the Resident. A copy of the check-in/check-out form is given to the Resident upon completion of all three check-out steps.
2. Resident must turn in all keys to the DA.
Failure to complete a proper check-out may result in the assessment of an administrative fee.
APPLICATION & FEE PAYMENT
Housing Periods for AY110 (2021/22)
Fall 2021 & Spring 2122 : September 1, 2021 – June 28, 2022
Summer Session: June 29, 2022 – August 30,2022 (Tentative)
Important Dates for application
Housing Application for 2021/2022 Academic Year
|Current Students||June 21 – June 28, 2021|
|First-year Students||July 5 – July 16, 2021 (through the Online Housing Application Form in the Admission Application System)|
2021 Summer Housing Withdrawal Request
|Current Students||May 17 – May 28, 2021|
Important Dates for Payment
|Housing Period||Payment Due Date|
|Fall 2020 (5 months’ rent & TWD 3000 prepaid utilities)||October 13, 2020|
|Winter 2021 (5 months’ rent & TWD 3000 prepaid utilities)||February 12, 2021|
|Summer 2021 (2 months’ rent & TWD 1200 prepaid utilities)||July 9, 2021|
- TMU is NOT able to arrange or provide accommodation for couples or families.
- The applicant of the Dormitory should understand the provisions as stated in the relevant Regulations and Enforcement Rules. Application will imply that the applicant had agree to all the terms & conditions.
- Due to limited vacancies, students are NOT guaranteed housing placement, preferred dormitory, room type, room rate, or roommates. The final results are announced by the Office of Global Engagement.
- The first-year students have first priority to be guaranteed vacancy. Other applicants shall draw lots for bed where the procedure for lot-drawing shall be made known separately by the Office of Global Engagement. To understand the principles for bed allocation, please refer to the article 11 of “Regulations for the Management of the International Student Dormitory of Taipei Medical University”.
- The contract term is 10 months (Sep to Jun). Summer (Jul & Aug) rents should be paid as well if summer application is approved.
- If tenant wishes to check out of the Dormitory, he/she shall notify the Office of Global Engagement in written document with an application form within one month prior to his/her check-out date. Tenant will not be admitted to the Dormitory for accommodation at a later date.
WHAT TO BRING / NOT TO DO
Each off-campus room comes furnished with the following items:
- Bed and mattress
- Desk and chair
- Closet or wardrobe
- Wireless internet connection
Use this checklist to make sure you have everything you need for your first year at TMU.
Off-Campus Housing Information
Off–Campus Housing Search
The listing of rental units on those websites is simply provided as a convenience to TMU students, faculty and staff. The University and Office of Global Engagement (OGE) do not review or verify such information for fairness or accuracy, and the University and OGE cannot and do not guarantee or vouch for the fairness or accuracy of the information provided. All prospective tenants are encouraged to exercise their own good judgment when evaluating prospective rental units and landlords.
Off–Campus Safety Tips
Seven Must-Know Apartment Rental Tips (Source: Ministry of Education)
Seven must-know apartment rental tips
Source: Ministry of Education
Translated by TMU
Make sure the building is off-limits to trespassers and that the locks are intact.
All tenants should comply with access rules to ensure safety housing quality and protect landlords’ and residents’ property. Make sure all entrance locks work well.
Check to see whether hallways, public spaces and surrounding parking areas are safely illuminated
The building and parking should be well-lit to ensure safety at all hours.
Check to see whether fire extinguishers are functioning
Each floor should be equipped with at least one fire extinguisher, shielded from direct sunlight. Check to make sure the pressure is in the green zone. It should be replaced the extinguisher (powder) every three years by regulations.
Inspect water heater to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning and electrocution risks
Gas-powered water heaters should be installed outdoors. If installed indoors, make sure an automatic air vent is in place.
Electric water heaters: Make sure circuit breakers are in place to prevent electrocution.
Make sure the building is equipped with fire alarms
One fire alarm per floor is required, but another alarm in your room is advised.
Make sure emergency exits are accessible
The exits should not be used as a storage area. Multiple emergency exits are required.
Know what to do in emergency situations
Keep at hand a copy of the layout of the building and hold drills to ensure swift evacuation. Keep in mind the location of exits and steps to take in case of emergencies.
Military Education and Student Safety Division, Office of the Student Affairs, TMU