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Student Representatives Meeting

Students themselves participate in university administration “Student Representative Council”.

 In June 2007, the Student Representative Council was established. The Student Representative Council is a body for students to discuss matters related to the improvement of the learning environment and campus life, and to actively participate in the management of the university so that students can lead a fulfilling university life with peace of mind from enrollment to graduation. The president and other members of the university executive board meet with student representatives as needed to listen to their opinions and requests, and to promote their implementation. The student representatives consist of one representative from each faculty, one representative from all athletic clubs, one representative from all humanities clubs, one representative from the Student Campus Volunteers, one representative from the Volunteers for Students with Disabilities, one representative from international students, and one student who is deemed necessary by the university president. Twelve representatives are selected each year to compile requests.