Aletheia University is a private university in Tamsui, New Taipei City and Madou, Tainan in Taiwan. It was founded by George Leslie Mackay as Oxford College. It has close links to the Presbyterian Church in Taiwan, and is one of the oldest institutions of higher education in Taiwan. The original Chinese name of the school meant “The Hall of Reason of the University.” The original curriculum included courses in theology, Bible studies and reason as well as sociology, logic, Classical Chinese literature, Chinese history, the natural sciences and general courses in medicine, anatomy, and clinical practice. The school marked the beginning of general education curricula in Taiwan and is today Taiwans oldest institution of higher learning. The library was first established in the White House (known as the International House) in September, 1965, belonging to the Office of Academic Affairs. The library facilitated the mission of the college by providing resources and services that enhanced the academic research environment. The five-story library building was completed in 1973. In August 1995, the Ministry of Education approved the reorganization of Tamsui Oxford College into Tamsui Oxford University College . The English name was changed from Tamsui Oxford College Library to Tamsui Oxford University College Library. On August 1, 1999 , the Ministry of Education approved the new name, Aletheia University ; therefore, the library was also renamed as Aletheia University Library. In 2001, the library in Matou campus was completed and launched in June the same year. Since 1994 the school has operated as a four-year independent college. Initially designated Tamsui Oxford University College, the school opened a branch campus in Madou, Tainan County in 1996 offering two-year and four-year college education. The school has borne the name Aletheia University, after the Greek word for truth, since August 1999. The university comprises eight colleges: Humanities, Mathematics, Finance, Management, Tourism, Languages, Knowledge Economics, and Sports Knowledge. Four graduate programs are offered in Humanistic Studies, Mathematical Science, Management Science, and Finance & Economics.
The following is the list of proceedings by scholars from Aletheia University that are published in OMICS International journals and conferences.