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FAQ on AY2019 Tuition and Fees

FAQ on Tuition and Fees

Q1: How will you send the payment slips?

Q2: When is the payment deadline?

Q3: I lost my payment slip. What should I do?

Q4: I have not received the payment slip. What should I do?

Q5: How can I change the addressee of the payment slip from the guarantor to myself?

Q6: What will happen to the amount of tuition and fees if I go on a leave of absense?

Q7: I am considering withdrawing from the university, what will happen to the tuition and fees?

Q8: I won’t be able to make the payment by the payment deadline. What should I do?

Q9: Who should I contact for consultation and questions about tuition and fees?

Q10: Will I be required to show my ID if I make a payment at a counter of a financial institution?

Q11: I am a 4th year student and will be held back (repeating the 4th year). What will happen to the tuition and fees?

Q12: Whose name and address should I provide for the “requester” section of the payment slip?

Q13: Can you issue a certificate for tuition and fees?

Q1. How will you send the payment slips?

A. We send out tuition payment slips (for full payment or the first installment) during prescribed periods every year (end of March for students entered in the spring/ end of September for students who entered in the fall) to the registered guarantor. (For international students and graduate students, payment slips will be sent to the student himself/herself. For evening course students, payment slips will be sent to the address specified during the admission procedure.)    
For students who selected to pay in two installments, we will send installment payment slips (for the second payment) before the payment period for the second payment.

Q2. When is the payment deadline?

A. The deadline is Thursday , April 25, 2018 for the spring semester, and Tuesday, October 15, 2018 for the fall semester.

Q3. lost my payment slip. What should I do?

A. Please bring your student ID to the Tuition and Fees office at your campus so we can reissue the payment slip..

Q4. I have not received the payment slip. What should I do?

A. Please bring your student ID to the Tuition and Fees office at your campus so we can reissue the payment slip. Please keep in mind that if you move to a new address, payment slips will be not sent to the correct address if you have not already performed the university’s prescribed change of address procedure. You can change your address on our website, “ToyoNet-G,” or at the Education Affairs Administration Office at your campus.

Q5. How can I change the addressee of the payment slip from the guarantor to myself?

A. You can obtain a Change Notification Form at the Tuition and Fees office at your campus. The same procedure is required to change the addressee from the guarantor to the student.

Q6. What will happen to the amount of tuition and fees if I go on a leave of absence

A. You will need to pay half of the “Facility Fee“ and the full amount of the “Other Fees“ during your leave of absence. You do not need to pay the “Tuition,” “Lab Fee,” or “Equipment Fee,” provided, however, that you notify the Education Affairs Office of the faculty to which you belong before the prescribed deadline. If you are a graduate student, please contact the Tuition and Fees Office at your campus.

Q7. I am considering withdrawing from the university, what will happen to the tuition and fees?

A.  Please notify and complete the withdrawal procedure at the Education Affairs Office of the faculty to which you belong before the prescribed deadline (before the payment deadline of the applicable semester). If the university approves the withdrawal as of or before the end of the preceding semester, you do not need to pay the tuition and fees for subsequent semesters after the withdraw date.

Q8. I won’t be able to make the payment by the payment deadline. What should I do?

A.  If the university does not receive your payment before the formal deadline, we will send a reminder notice to you. You will not be able to use the payment slip that was initially sent to you due to expiry of the bank-related validity period. Instead, please use the new payment slip enclosed in the reminder notice and pay before the deadline. The deadline will be indicated on the payment slip. If you are unable to make the payment by the deadline indicated on the reminder notice, you will be dismissed from the university according to the university’s Academic Rules and Regulations. Please consult the Student Life Office at your campus if circumstances do not allow you to make the payment deadline indicated on the reminder notice.

Q9. Who should I contact for consultation and questions about tuition and fees?

A.  Please contact the Tuition and Fees Office at your campus.

Q10. Will I be required to show my ID if I make a payment at a counter of a financial institution?

A.  Due to amendments of Japanese laws, starting from October 1, 2016, confirmation of the payer’s identity is no longer required for payments made at counters of financial institutions, including banks, even if the payment is over 100 thousand yen in cash.

Q11. I am a 4th year student and will be held back (repeating the 4th year). What will happen to the tuition and fees?

A. If a 4th year student is held back, the student’s tuition and fees will be the same as those for new 4th year students for that academic year.

Q12. Whose name and address should I provide for the “requester” section of the payment slip?

A. Under normal circumstances, please enter the name and address of the person who carries out the payment transaction at the counter of the financial institution used. Even if the requester’s name is the guarantor’s name, the student’s name printed in the red box will be sent to the university.

Q13. Can you issue a certificate for tuition and fees?

A. Please bring your student ID and your seal (inkan) to the Tuition and Fees Administration Office at your campus. Please make sure to make the request well in advance, as it will take a week or so for us to issue a certificate. Certificates are issued free of charge.

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