[IMPORTANT NOTICE]University response to the current State of Emergency（January 2021）
Following the declaration of the State of Emergency for Tokyo and surrounding prefectures in January 2021, in the interests of the health and safety of all students and staff, as a general rule, all classes will be conducted online from 12 January 2021.
There are some exceptions, such as those classes with practical components (experiments, hands-on skills, project-based) or similar classes requiring physical attendance. In such cases, those classes may be conducted face-to-face, following the strict guidelines in place for the prevention of COVID-19 contagion. Please refer to directions provided by class instructors via MUSCAT and similar.
We request students and staff to otherwise refrain from coming to the University unless it is absolutely necessary. In the event that you need to come to campus, we ask you to check your temperature at one of the thermal cameras in place at entrances at both the Musashino and Ariake campuses. Students will be required to record your details at the entrance so please ensure you bring your student card.
|Ariake campus|| Enter the Student Hall on the 1st floor of building 3, access via the Monument Square.|
Access to building 4 is via the 2nd floor.
*The entrance on the 1st floor of building 1 is restricted to staff only.
|Musashino campus|| When entering through the Main Gate, go to the 1st floor of building 5.|
If entering through the North Gate, go to the 1st floor of building 8.
*In the event of riding your bike to campus, be sure to go to the necessary checkpoint after leaving your bike in the designated area (see attached map [ Download PDF ] )
We apologize for the inconvenience this will cause to all members of our University community but we ask for your cooperation and understanding under the present circumstances.
Our priority is to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our students and staff as we strive to continue our commitment to education in the midst of this pandemic. It is important we all continue to recognize our responsibilities in preventing the spread of COVID-19 during these times. We very much appreciate your cooperation and understanding.