On-Campus Dormitories

There are two dormitory clusters on the NCCU campus: the upper campus ZihCiang cluster and the lower campus JhuangJing cluster. NCCU dormitories are segregated by gender. Smoking and cooking are both prohibited in all NCCU dormitories.

Application Period

Undergraduate Students

Applicant status

Application time

New students

Late June (OIC will apply on behalf of new students)

Current students

Between late March and late May

Summer break

Between late April and late May

 Graduate Students

Applicant status

Application time

New students

Late June (OIC will apply on behalf of new students)

Current students and dorm residents

Mid-April to Late April

Non-current dorm residents

Early August

Stay for summer break

Between late April and late May


  • Bookshelf
  • Bed Frame
  • Reading desk with drawers
  • Wardrobe
  • Air conditioner
  • Cable Internet

*Bedding, mattress, and toiletries are not included


NCCU dormitories are available for undergraduate and graduate students. International undergraduate freshman and sophomore students, as well as first-year graduate students, have priority to stay in campus dormitories. Third-year or above international undergraduate students and second-year or above graduate students will need to renew their applications before the start of the academic year to join the dormitory lottery for the following semester.


ZihCiang Cluster

Jhuang-Jing Cluster

The ZihCiang cluster is located on NCCU’s upper campus. The 10-building cluster has a convenience store and food court. It is close to the College of Foreign Languages & Literature, the Foreign Language Center, and the Arts and Culture Center. A campus shuttle bus departs every 30-40 minutes for the lower campus.

The JhuangJing cluster is located on NCCU’s lower campus. The 9-building cluster is within walking distance of restaurants, convenience stores, the post office, and the medical clinic. The cluster is convenient to many bus stops and Ubike rental stations.

Fees & FAQ

Please refer to the Office of Students Affairs website for the up-to-date information on fees, general announcements, and frequently asked information:

Off-campus Housing

NCCU is located in Taipei’s Wenshan District which is served by the MRT Brown Line. Off-campus rentals are available in the area, and students are recommended to seek housing close to campus or convenient to the Brown Line.


Information on off-campus housing:


The NCCU International House (NCCU-iHouse) is a residential hotel/dormitory for international students and visiting scholars within easy walking distance to NCCU main gate. The iHouse management team maintains a 24-hour front-desk and hosts occasional social events for all NCCU-iHouse residents. In addition to 65 single rooms and 30 double rooms, the facility offers conference rooms and a café on the ground floor, along with common rooms and lounges on the first, second, fourth, and seventh floors. All rooms have high-speed internet access and landline.


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