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Regarding the April Entrance Ceremony for the AY 2021 (Update:March 30, 2021)

Update : March 30, 2021
Update:February 4, 2021

To all new students and their families who will be enrolling in April 2021

The Toyo University April Entrance Ceremony will be held on Tuesday, April 6, 2021, at the Nippon Budokan.
Both the national and Tokyo governments have indicated capacity limits to prevent the spread of COVID-19. However, at Toyo University, we are implementing thorough measures to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. We will only permit new students to enter the venue, and two ceremonies will be held in the morning and afternoon.
Parents will not be able to enter the venue. However, we ask for your understanding in that we are taking these measures to hold the ceremony safely and securely.
On the day of the ceremony, we will stream the ceremony over the internet so it can be viewed by computer or smartphone for family members who cannot enter the Nippon Budokan and new students who cannot attend on the day. Once the date nears, we will inform you via the Toyo University website.

・Date : April 6, 2021
・Venue : Nippon Budokan (Please use public transportation.)

  Ceremony Time Faculty/Graduate School
Morning Ceremony 10:30a.m. to 11:30a.m. Faculty of Letters, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Faculty of Information Sciences and Arts, Faculty of Life Sciences, Faculty of Food and Nutritional Sciences, Faculty of Information Networking for Innovation and Design, Faculty of Human Life Design & All of Graduate School
Afternoon Ceremony 2:00p.m. to 3:00p.m. Faculty of Economics, Faculty of Business Administration, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Sociology, Faculty of Regional Development Studies, Faculty of Global and Regional Studies, Faculty of International Tourism Management
【Update:March 30】
The program for the day of the ceremony has been posted.
【Update:March 30】
When you view the video of the ceremony on the day, please click on this URL. Family members who are unable to enter the Nippon Budokan or new students who are unable to come to the venue on the day of the event are encouraged to view the video on their computers or smartphones. This video will be available until April 18, 2021.

Points to note

  1. To prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, only new students will be permitted to attend the ceremonies held at the Nippon Budokan.
    We will confirm your Student ID Card upon entry so please bring it with you. Please note, you will not be permitted to re-enter the Nippon Budokan.
    Student ID Card will be handed out at the time of enrollment procedures.
  2. Please use public transport to get to the venue. Please note that you will not be permitted to enter the venue by vehicle.
    Additionally, to prevent congestion, please refrain from meeting up inside stations or near ticket gates.
  3. On the day of the ceremony, the vicinity of the venue will be very crowded. Please come to the venue early. You can enter the venue one hour before the start.
  4. Please be aware that the various recruiting activities around the Nippon Budokan have nothing to do with our university.
  5. Nippon Budokan and the surrounding area are non-smoking. Please refrain from smoking.
  6. Depending on the spread of the novel coronavirus, the ceremony may be canceled. In that case, we will inform you via the Toyo University website.

We ask for your cooperation to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus

  1. On the day of the ceremony, temperature checks will be conducted at each entrance.
  2. Inside the venue, wear a mask at all times, refrain from talking, and take social distance. We ask for your cooperation to avoid crowding.
  3. We ask you to take particular consideration when moving around the Nippon Budokan and university campuses to avoid congestion, proximity, and talking loudly.
  4. Please take your temperature at home, and check that you have a standard temperature.
  5. If any of the below is applicable, please refrain from coming to the venue.
    i) You have a temperature of 37.5c or more.
    ii) You have cold symptoms (fever, headache, muscle pain, cough, cough with phlegm, sore throat, runny nose, blocked nose etc).
    iii) You have a strong feeling of fatigue, shortness of breath (difficulty breathing), abnormalities in your sense of smell or taste.
    iv) You have digestive symptoms such as a feeling of sickness, vomiting, or diarrhea.
    v) You do not feel well.
    vi) You have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 in the last two weeks.
    vii) In the last two weeks, you have visited a country or region for which the government requires travel restrictions or an observational period after entry.

*We ask for your cooperation to prevent the infection and spread of viruses.

For inquiries

Matters concerning the ceremony at the Nippon Budokan
Student Affairs Office:mlgakuseibu@toyo.jp

To all new students and their families who will be enrolling in April 2021

Congratulations on your admission to Toyo University.
Toyo University will hold the April Entrance Ceremony for the AY 2021 as scheduled below.

・Date : April 6, 2021
・Venue : Nippon Budokan (Please use public transportation.)

【Measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 infections.】
・Only new students will be allowed to enter the ceremony venue.
・The April Entrance Ceremony ceremony will be held for each faculty and graduate school and two sessions, one in the morning and one in the afternoon.

The detailed time schedule for the April Entrance Ceremony will be announced on this website after January 29.

Parents of new students will not be able to attend the ceremony, but as a measure to ensure a safe and secure ceremony, we would appreciate your understanding.
We will be streaming the ceremony online for new students and their families who cannot come to the ceremony venue on the day.

The April Entrance Ceremony may be cancelled depending on the infection status of the COVID-19.