1. Cultural Empowerment
    Creating a culturally diverse environment on campus by organizing indigenous cultural activities, film festivals and arts events, and inviting competent authorities, civic groups and people who care about indigenous issues from within or outside the University. Also, indigenous students are encouraged to participate in these activities to identify themselves as indigenous, and at the same time to unlock their potential in music, fine arts, crafts and aesthetics.
  2. Research and Development
    Cooperating with professionals and integrating resources of different fields within the University to be proactively engaged in research and development of indigenous cultures and related industries. An extensive literature, books and magazines are collected and a website established so that people from within or outside the University can inquire into data on indigenous cultures and related industries.
  3. Teaching and Training
    Enriching courses and programs related to indigenous industries and tribal development; promoting an integration of tribal empowerment and the cultural industry; and putting equal emphasis on theory and practice. The Center aspires to support marketing and promotion activities for tribal cultures, tourism and industries, with an eye to facilitating the development of indigenous industries.
  4. Continuing Education
    Carrying out government-sponsored projects to hold forums, seminars and workshops on education, culture, crafts, industry, skills and management for indigenous peoples.
  5. Exhibitions and Performances
    Organizing a wide variety of exhibitions and performances of indigenous cultures, crafts and industries.
  6. Collaboration and Exchange
    Promoting exchanges and collaboration projects with competent authorities, organizations and schools both at home and abroad.
  7. Counseling and Guidance:
    Offering indigenous students counseling and guidance on daily life, academic studies and career planning.