All undergraduate students can select their advisors at the beginning of each school year except for the freshmen. Freshmen’s advisors will be appointed by the department. (The priority is as follows: 1. Full-time Composition I teachers, 2. Teachers of Approaches to Literature or Introduction to Western Literature, 3. Other full-time teachers.)
The maximum number of students each advisor can take is 30.
The “Advisor-advisee add/drop list”” begins one week before the school year starts and lasts for three weeks.
One week before the school year starts, the DFLL office will send all full-time faculty members an “Advisor-advisee add/drop list” both in paper form and in electronic format. During the add/drop period, students (sophomore or above) can ask for the permission of advisors to take them as their advisees in person or via email. If a teacher agrees to be the advisor of a certain student he/she can let the student write down his/her name and student ID number on the said list.
Starting from the third week of classes the department TA will help assign advisors to those students (sophomore and above) who didn’t select one themselves. Those students will first be assigned to teachers who have not yet taken any advisees, or those who have fewer advisees.
The advisor-advisee distribution result will remain for the whole academic year, meaning no change of advisor in the second semester without a special reason.
所有專任教師皆可當導師，請自行點選 [專任教師列表及聯絡方式] 查詢名單。
Advisors name list (Click to generate the full list)
Please note that this distribution procedure only applies to DFLL undergraduates who are formally registered in our program. DFLL incoming exchange students and visiting students will be assigned to the department chair who will act as their advisor. For graduate advisee distribution details, please contact TA Megan Lee.
Please remember to select your advisor during the period mentioned above. Should you have any problem, please do not hesitate to contact TA Lavinde Tu.