Student Affairs

Student Affairs

The Student Affairs (SA) Department gears toward promoting and supporting university policies in the development and enhancement of students to become graduates with desirable graduate attributes according to the philosophy of the university. It achieves that goal by promoting and supporting student activities across all areas inside and outside the university, including activities, the Student Union (SU), and student club activities. In addition, it encourages and develops a framework for student disciplines in accordance with the university regulations, orders, rules, moral concerns as well as national policies for youth development.

Main objectives are divided into three parts: 1.Student Affairs; 2.Sports; and 3. Disciplines

Work Process:

Development of university students to be equipped with creative thinking and teamwork skills aswell as to become persons with complete development of physical, emotional, social, and mental health.


“To Create a SMART Life-Long Learning Space”

Description of the Vision:

S:  Strong (for strong mental and physical health)

M:  Mutuality (for work cooperation)

A:  Active (for enthusiasm)

R:  Responsibility (for tasks assigned)

T:  Talent (for special skills)


To develop creative thinking and work coordination skills within Shinawatra University students so as to enable them to work and get along with others happily;

To promote and manage sport competition for students so as to enable them to compete in various types of sports inside and outside the university; and

To provide services in terms of buildings, facilities, and sport equipment so as to promote students’ good health as part of student development.

Promoting and Supporting Student Club Activities:

Promoting and supporting five areas of activities including sport, community service, building of the university’s desirable attributes of graduates, inculcation of moral and ethical values, and promotion of art and culture.


Organize sport events and various forms of exercise for all segments of the university population.

Manage sporting events inside and outside the university, including intramural sport competition
and send athletes to compete in the university games.


Provide training courses on sport activities to audiences inside and outside the university.

Maintenance of sport facilities and sport equipment.

Provide services in terms of sport activities to organizations/parties from inside and outside the university.

Student Activities:

Student activities consist of two parts, including activities designed, planned, and organized by
students in various areas and activities organized by the university to develop skills in students.

Participation in Student Activities:

Students can participate in various types of activities at their disposal and such student activities can be divided into three groups: the Student Union (SU), Student Clubs, and Student Welfare.

Student welfare

The Thai Reserve Officer Training Corp (ROTC)

As the university is providing services to students who desire to pursue a higher level of the Thai Reserve Officer Training Corp (ROTC) (4 th and 5 th years) for both male and female students, these students can do so every Sunday at the ROTC headquarters on Vipavadi Rangsit Rd., Bangkok. SIU students wanting to apply for the TROTC will be able to do so at the period of registration for
new students. Applicants must prepare the following documents:

  • 1 copy of the TROTC certificate issued by the previous school/educational institute.
  • 1 copy of the white-colored report form (Ror Dor 2) with a parent’s signature. The form can be
  • picked up at SIU on the day of the application.
  • 1 copy of the identification card.
  • 1 copy of the household registration.
  • 2 photos (1 inch size) wearing the TROTC uniform.
  • 1 copy of the name change document (if any).

Deferment of the Military Service:

Thai men aged 20 have the duty to report to the Army to be drafted as military officers, and the university to which they belong need to provide documents for deferment of the military service to students with the following conditions:
Students born on 1996 or before but have not requested the deferment of the military servicethrough their respective university;
Students who have not had the TROTC training in the past or have not passed the 3 rd year training of the TROTC;
Students who have been granted the deferment right through their previous university, but who need to re-apply for it upon entering SIU as freshmen or as transfer cases.

Supporting documents for such purposes consist of:

  1. 2 copies of the name registration as a military officer (Sor Dor 9).
  2. 2 copies of the draft notice (Sor Dor 35).
  3. 2 copies of the identification card.
  4. 2 copies of the name change document, if any, (1 original copy and two photocopies).

Rules and Regulations for Students Seeking the Deferment.

  • Students need to check from the name list of those granted the deferment of the military service from the District Office or the Sheriff Office concerned as indicated in the military service document (Sor Dor 9) within March. (In case the name cannot be found on the name list, the student must contact the university’s Welfare Office immediately.)
  • After students have filed the request for the deferment, they need to report to the Draft Office on the date assigned according to the military draft notice (Sor Dor 35) in strict keeping with the law.
  • In ensuing years, as long as students have not graduated from the university, they no longer need to submit the deferment form but still need to report to the Military Draft Office in order to exercise their deferment right granted.
  • Upon graduation or as soon as students reach 26 years of age, students need to report to the designated Draft Office within 30 days after they graduated or after they reached 26 years of age, in order to complete the military draft process.

Student Health Insurance:

SIU provides services and welfare to students in order for them to maintain good health and reduceaccident rates by cooperating with insurance companies. Students will be insured from day 1 of their enrollment.

Student Benefits:

Students with health insurance can feel secured by having life or accident coverage in case of loss of life, accidents, or physical injuries caused by accidents 24 hours a day.

Request for Indemnity and Compensation:

  1. In case of lost of life, a compensation/indemnification will be made to the beneficiary for 150,000 baht.
  2. In case of accidents, involving injuries, the injured party will be paid according to the amount indicated on the hospital bill not exceeding 15,000 baht.

Requirements for Requesting a Compensation/Indemnification:

  • 1 copy of the compensation/indemnification form.
  • 1 copy of the medical proof.
  • 1 copy of the medical bill receipt.
  • 1 copy of the identification card.

VISA Services for International Students:

SIU provides services for international students insofar as student visa stamps are concerned, including student visa extension, the 90-day report to the Immigration Office, and visa re-entry.