Freshmen programs are a characteristic of the administration office for undeclared majors and is for undergraduate freshmen. Main duties include approval duties by the dean (class registration and changes, leave of absences, returning to school, exchange students, major registration, etc), Happy (Exciting) University life, freshmen seminars, FDC curriculum, tutoring and coaching programs.
All freshmen, starting from 2011, will be required to take the liberal arts class "Happy University Life" during the spring semester and "Exciting University life" during the fall semester, in order to ensure their adaption to university with pride and success.
The purpose of seminars lies in allowing freshmen to experience their desired major beforehand and assist in deciding the right major. Established as an elective course (1 credit) and operated autonomously by its department.
Design and Communication is operated as an undergraduate basic elective course, designed to improve its student's synthesis ability and put the ability to practical use. It is the nation's first design synthesis education taught to undergraduate freshmen.x
Registration begins at the beginning of each semester and applicants will be assigned to a tutor or tutee. Freshmen will be fully funded. If there are too many applicants and the program goes over budget, priority will be given to students with social needs, graduated a technical high school, passed through the qualification exam, came from a rural area, or are foreigners. (Enrolled students may receive tutoring if they choose to pay on their own)