In order to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 infection, classes in the spring semester on the TOYO University will be divided into two categories: face-to-face classes and non-face-to-face (online) classes.
Even in the case of face-to-face classes, the method of implementation differs depending on each campus and faculty.
If you are unable to attend a face-to-face class due to basic illness or other reasons, you may take a non-face-to-face class by following the prescribed procedure.
Depending on the spread of the COVID-19, the method of conducting classes may be changed. Be sure to check "ToyoNet-ACE"* for the latest information.
Procedures and medical examinations for new students will be conducted in person at each campus. Details will be announced later.
* ToyoNet-ACE is a class support system exclusively for our students, and we plan to distribute documents on how to use it to those who plan to enroll in April 2021 at the time of enrollment procedures.
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The classes for undergraduate students held at the Hakusan Campus will be divided into two groups (Group-A and Group-B) for each undergraduate course offered, and one week is combined into one group, with face-to-face classes will be hold every other week from the second to the thirteenth class.
But the first week and all the classes during the special subject period will be face-to-face classes.
Courses Offered on the Faculty of Letters, the Faculty of Economics, the Faculty of Law and Sports(Practical skills)
Courses Offered on the Faculty of Business Administration, the Faculty of Sociology, the Faculty of Global and Regional Studies , the Faculty of International Tourism Management, the Faculty of Regional Development Studies and "Center for Global Education and Exchange"
Courses Offered on the Graduate School will be held face-to-face or non-face-to-face sessions depending on the situation.
Details will be announced separately.