Organizations consisting of staff and faculty members of the university have been established to support students' life. These organizations are established at three levels; class, school and college, and university level, to provide guidance on campus life and hear students' opinions and requests.
A class is a fundamental organization whose constituent members are students of this university. A class is not a unit to participate in freshman seminars, foreign languages, physical educations, or information processing, but rather a guidance unit for career options, learning and living. Every class has an instructor who discusses matters of mutual interest such as education activity and student life, in addition to counseling students.
The aim of this support system is to improve students' campus life and provide various services for them.
Students closely interact with faculty members to address various issues on their campus life. Opinions and requests proposed by the students are submitted to the university president or university vice presidents through this system.
This support system consists of faculty members who are in charge of students by a class. The faculty members participate in the Gakusei Tanto Kyoin Kaigi [Meeting for faculty members who are responsible for students] and provide guidance based on the decision made at the meeting.
Student groups organized at various levels fall under the upper level of student organization. This upper level student organization consists of the representatives of lower level student groups.
Class level: Class meeting
School and college level: Class representative meeting
Campus level: School and college representative meeting
Organizations consisting of faculty members:
School and college level: Class Renrakukai [Class coordinating committee]
Campus level: Discussion session with the university president
The coordinating committee and discussion session with the university president aims to promote interaction between students and faculty members.
School and college representative meeting (Zendaikai) is the upper level of student organization authorized by the university and serves as an umbrella group. All authorized student groups fall under Zendaikai. Its subcommittees work for management, curriculum, internal activities, welfare, extracurricular activities, and public relations. They conduct questionnaires and public hearings to hear students' opinions and claims. Collected students' opinions and claims are brought forward to the university vice presidents at the discussion meeting.
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