There are several restaurants and cafeterias on campus, such as in the Wen-Huei Hall, Yaojhih Buidling, Fortune Plaza and the basement restaurant, etc.
Exercise facilities on campus include indoor swimming facilities (an Olympic-size pool, a small swimming pool, a SPA pool, a steam room, and saunas), track, tennis courts, basketball courts and a large gymnasium that houses space for weight training, aerobics, dance, etc., providing students with a comfortable environment.
NTNU is host to over 100 student organizations and clubs offering diverse extracurricular activities for students.
NTNU¡¦s College of Arts is Taiwan¡¦s oldest institution for arts education. Through the years, it has had the honor of being visited by many esteemed scholars and lecturers. NTNU is considered the core of the art and cultural community in Taiwan. The annual ¡§NTNU Art Festival¡¨ is quite an occasion, hosting multidimensional activities, such as artwork, music, photography exhibitions and even theatrical productions. Not only has the magnitude of the event grown every year, but so has the variety of the exhibits and activities. The festival is strongly supported by the community and is a means by which one of NTNU¡¦s defining qualities--that the spirit and vitality of art and culture flow from the school into the community--is made manifest.
The Main Campus and the Gongguan Campus are both very close to night markets, all kinds of shops, clothing stores, and grocery stores. 24-hour convenience stores, supermarkets, traditional markets and bookstores are also nearby.