Individual counseling: Psychologists and counselors provide counseling for all students in the school on self-understanding, life, study, emotion, interpersonal relationship, family, career, and other aspects, as well as counseling on psychological issues for all school staff.
Group counseling: The Center provides various kinds of group counseling each semester depending on the actual needs of all students in the school, such as career exploration and planning groups, interpersonal relationship groups, stress management groups, emotional management groups, potential development groups, etc. In addition, workshops with different topics are held from time to time for all school staff and students to sign up for participation.
Class forums: Class forums are discussions and small group counseling centered on volunteer groups, classes, or clubs. Interested students or classes can register to participate.
Test service: The Counseling Center has a variety of psychological and educational tests, which apply to measuring personal aptitude, personality, interests, interpersonal relationships, career personalities, etc. By taking these tests, the self-understanding of the faculty, staff and students can be enhanced, and their personal careers can also be explored and planned.
Mentorship duties: The Center handles tutor appointment and tutorial system-related business every academic year, and holds a school-wide tutor meeting every semester. In addition, since the 100th academic year, each college has held at least one college tutor meeting every academic year. Through this two-way communication, each college and department can understand their students’ frequency and type of visiting the Center and the crisis cases, so that the tutoring work of the college can be facilitated.
Selection of Yun-Tuo Award: To encourage Yuntech faculty to provide character cultivation, care, and guidance to students in their studies, life, and moral aspects in addition to teaching, and to affirm their efforts and contributions, this selection activity is hereby held. Students vote online for the teacher who has had the most profound impact and is most grateful during their study period to strengthen the teacher's guidance function.
Counseling work for students with disabilities: There are resource classrooms in the Center, and in accordance with the Special Education Act and the " Guidelines for the Implementation of Ministry of Education Subsidies for the Recruitment and Support of Students with Disabilities in Universities and Colleges," the Center provides counseling services for students with disabilities. Additionally, to adapt to individual needs, the Center has formulated an Individualized Support Plan (ISP) for students with disabilities. The head of the department is invited to serve as the moderator of the ISP meeting, and the tutor, the course instructors for the semester, the student (the party) or the parents, and relevant units are invited to participate, with a view to providing caring support and various adaptive counseling services for students with disabilities. Furthermore, the Center assists students with disabilities and students with suspected disabilities in reporting the special education needs to the National College Student Assessment and Counseling Committee.
Gender equality education advocacy work: The Center is responsible for promoting the concept of gender equality, assisting in the planning of related general education courses, strengthen the self-protection of campus sexual assault, sexual harassment, and sexual bullying prevention.
Counseling knowledge and ability training activities inside and outside the school: For the school's tutors, volunteer counselors, part-time counselors, and teaching staff, the Center conducts professional knowledge and ability training for the school's tutors; There is also external commissions from the Ministry of Education that feature tutoring-related knowledge and ability.
Utilization of voluntary manpower: The Center strengthens the functions and utilization of voluntary manpower such as voluntary tutors and student volunteers, and combine tutors, course instructors, department instructors, administrative units, student associations, and available off-campus resources to form a complete campus counseling network that can maximize the effectiveness of counseling.
The Center publishes declares related to counseling and mental health education, and conduct surveys and research work.
Borrowing of books and audio-visual equipment: The Center has various psychological series books, periodicals, mental health VCDs, DVDs, and other resources for all faculty and students to borrow, and it was incorporated into the branch library system of the school on August 2002.