Jul. 09, 2021
Academic Year 2021 Classes (Sixth Report) - Meiji University's Response to the Lifting of the Declaration of a State of Emergency
Jun. 17, 2021
Meiji University's Response to the Lifting of the Declaration of a State of Emergency
After June 21, we will switch to face-to-face teaching based on Meiji University's Activity Restriction Guidelines "Level 1" while taking thoroughgoing measures to prevent infection.
As for Final Examinations, which are scheduled to be held in July, face-to-face written examinations will be held as scheduled. However, depending on the course, alternative assessment methods such as reports may be used. Students should always check the " Syllabus Supplement" etc. of the Oh-o!Meiji Class Web for each course. In addition, substitute methods will be used instead of face-to-face written tests for special consideration applicants who take classes at home, so please follow the instructions of the instructor in charge.
Lastly, we would like to ask students to avoid unnecessary and nonurgent outings and to take all necessary measures against infection.
<Activity Restriction Guidelines Level 1>
In principle, we would aim to hold about 70% of total classes face-to-face. In such a situation, care will be taken to avoid crowding, by increasing the space between the seats in classrooms, and other measures to prevent infection on campus.
Approximately 30% of all classes will be conducted online. (Primarily on an on-demand basis).
At this level, classes will be conducted on the assumption that students will attend campus, so students need to live within commuting distance. However, online classes will be available to students who have difficulty in attending school due to unavoidable reasons, such as having an underlying medical condition that could become severe as a result of being infected by the new coronavirus.
○ Academic Year 2021 Classes (Fifth Report) “ posted on April 23, 2021
○ 2021 Academic Year Calendar