The College of Informatics at National Chengchi University (NCCU) is one of the leading institutions in Taiwan dedicated to providing high-quality education and research expertise in the fields of computer science and interdisciplinary information technologies. Established in 2021, the college offers a comprehensive range of undergraduate and graduate programs, including Bachelor's (since 1993), Master's (since 1999), In-Service Class Master’s (since 2004), and PhD (since 2006) degrees in Computer Science, Bachelor's (since 2011) and Master’s degree (since 2009) in Digital Content and Technologies, Master’s degree in Information Security (since 2023), Bachelor's degree (since 2023) in Artificial Intelligence Applications, as well as a PhD program (since 2012) in Social Networks and Human-Centered Computing under Taiwan International Graduate Programs jointly organized with Academia Sinica. In addition to academic programs, the College of Informatics also engages in cutting-edge research in areas such as artificial intelligence, computer vision, multimedia, human-computer interaction, big data analytics, network communications, and cybersecurity. The college's mission is to foster a culture of computing innovation and informatic creativity, and to enable students to be leaders in the digital age. Prominent alumni include regional heads of world-class IT enterprises as well as founder and owner of a mid-sized software company in the international IT supply chain. As a dynamic and innovative institution that helps foster future society leaders, the NCCU College of Informatics has also engaged in a new endeavor to cultivate next generation talent for enabling artificial intelligence in humanities and social sciences.