Tra Vinh University warmly welcomes the working delegation from Dong Thap University

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TVU – On June 15, 2023, Tra Vinh University welcomes a working delegation from Dong Thap University’s Service Center to visit and exchange experiences in managing dormitory students, student support activities, and tour the bottled water production system of Tra Vinh University’s CSP Center.

From Dong Thap University, Ms. Cai Thi Le Nuong, Deputy Director of the Service Center, accompanies the delegation.

The working delegation is received by Mr. Nguyen Ngoc Tu, Head of the Dormitory Management Board at Tra Vinh University, and the leadership and specialized teams responsible for the Dormitory Management Board.

Mr. Nguyen Duy, Deputy Head of the Dormitory Management Board, shares activities and experiences in managing dormitory students: dormitory registration, contract renewal, students’ living arrangements, registration processes, updates, fee payments through information technology applications, and the use of dormitory management software. He also shares the direction of Tra Vinh University’s dormitories, aiming for smart, green, and clean dormitories.

During this visit, the working delegation tours the student rooms, self-study rooms, counseling rooms, sports facilities such as volleyball courts, badminton courts, student gardens, and vegetable gardens.

Ms. Cai Thi Le Nuong, Deputy Director of the Service Center at Dong Thap University, expresses gratitude for the warm reception from Tra Vinh University. The delegation is impressed by the dormitory area, which is spacious and well-arranged, with a pleasant atmosphere and tidy student rooms. They particularly appreciate the presence of sports facilities for students and the abundance of greenery, flower gardens, and vegetable gardens that are cultivated and cared for by students and staff.

At the end of the meeting, Mr. Nguyen Ngoc Tu, Head of the Dormitory Management Board at Tra Vinh University, highly evaluates the cooperation between the two institutions and hopes for further strengthening of the relationship, with a willingness to exchange and share experiences in managing dormitory students.

Tra Vinh University’s dormitory consists of 5 buildings with a total of 276 rooms for students. The dormitory is divided into separate areas for male and female students, an area for international students, a guest reception lounge for parents to visit and rest, and a counseling room to support students. Each floor of the buildings is equipped with self-study rooms and study desks where students can study and do group exercises. Additionally, the Dormitory Management Board provides timely support for students’ academic and living needs, including psychological counseling, career guidance, health counseling, and part-time job assistance during their time at the university. The dormitory area is equipped with gym equipment, a badminton court, a volleyball court, a basketball court, and areas for walking and jogging. Moreover, there are benches and chairs in the dormitory area where students can relax, chat, and breathe fresh air.

By Nhat Hao