An Evening School was set up to offer in-service training for elementary school teachers.
After Taipei became a Special Municipality on July 1, 1967, the school was renamed Taipei Municipal Normal School for Women.
A Summer School was established on campus.
Mrs. Betty P. T. Sun succeeded Mrs. Nora Chu as president and dedicated considerable efforts to rebuild the school.
In response to the need for more males to enter the teaching profession, the school became coeducational and was renamed Taipei Municipal Teachers Junior College.
Dr. Chen Yung-hwa took office as president.
Dr. Mao Lian-wen succeeded Dr. Chen Yung-hwa as president.
The school was upgraded to a prominent, citysupported institute of higher education and assumed its present name: Taipei Municipal Teachers College. An Office of In-Service Teachers Training was set up.
The school set up the Department of Art Education.
Chin Pu Hall was built.
Dr. Mao Lian-wen was promoted Director of National Institute of Educational Resources and Researches. Dr. Tsai Chiu-lai was the acting president.
Dr. Lin Yung-shi was elected and appointed as president by the Ministry of Education.
Dr. Lin Yung-shi's term ended and the Dean of Academic Affairs Dr. Yang Long-lih served as the acting president.
Dr. Wu Ching-shan was elected and appointed as president by the Ministry of Education.