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Aletheia University | Taiwan

Aletheia University is a private institution affiliated with the Northern Synod of the Taiwan Presbyterian Church. It has two campuses, one in Tamsui, Taipei, and one in Matou, Tainan. The main campus in Tamsui has now over 5,000 full-time students majoring in 18 undergraduate programs. The southern campus in Matou, which began operation in March 1997, offers 2- and 3-year bachelor degree programs in 6 majors and has approximately 1,200 full-time students. The Library, founded in 1965, stands six stories high and occupies 3005.69 square meters which provides a bright, sedate, and air-conditioned environment. In addition to a sophisticated on-line service, it contains 222,514 volumes, subscribes to 940 periodicals, and has storage of a variety of learning facilities including audio-visual materials, CD-ROM databases, and computer software. Aletheia University provides computer facilities for student and administration use. The mainframes are Digital Alpha 2100a, Digital Alpha 1000, and K6700/Fujitsu. Nine computing sites in classroom buildings, residence halls, the library, and the student union provide access to 500 workstations, popular software packages, printers, plotters, and intelligent and graphics terminals. In addition, 100 workstations are individual academic units for use by their students and faculty. All students may access the system at any time. There are no time limits and no charges.

Aletheia University | Taiwan

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