As of June 15, Tokyo Keizai University has gradually reopened the campus and facilities to all students. Protecting the health and safety of our students and faculty members continues to be our top priority, so as we fulfill our social responsibility to prevent the spread of infections, we will take the following actions from July 1 (subject to change depending on future circumstances).
- Easing Entrance Restrictions for Students
Students are now permitted to enter campus between 9AM and 5PM, however a reservation is required (same day reservations are possible). Circumstances may differ depending on each facility, so please check here for more information (Reserving Campus Facilities – Japanese only).
Students are still requested to wear a mask and get their temperature checked when entering the campus premises.
- Office Telephone Service Hours
Office telephone services will continue to be from 10AM to 11:30AM, and 1PM to 3PM.
To prevent the spread of infection, face-to-face window services will continue to not be carried out.
- Extracurricular Activities
Extracurricular activities (within and outside of campus) will continue to be prohibited.
(Please take appropriate actions to avoid the “3 C’s” [closed spaces, crowded places, close-contact settings])
- Foreign Travel (Including Private Travel) and Training Camps
Traveling abroad is prohibited for the time being. International exchange students who will return to their home country are asked to please contact the International Exchange Office.
Seminars, clubs and circle training camps continue to be prohibited.
- Seikyo (University Co-Op) Access Permission
Entering campus to only use Seikyo (bookstore, cafeteria) is allowed, however a reservation must be made in advance. Please make a reservation from here (Seikyo Operating Hours – Japanese only).
If a student makes a reservation for a different facility, making a reservation to use Seikyo is unnecessary.
- (Reference) Professors’ Office Hours
As professors continue to refrain from using their offices, office visits are not allowed.
The general public is still asked to refrain from entering the campus premises. We kindly appreciate your understanding and continued cooperation.
Tokyo Keizai University