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At Tokyo City University, we have established a “Student Open Consultation Room” on each campus to help student lead bright student lives without any worries.
These “Student Open Consultation Rooms” are safe spaces where students can receive advice from a counselor or case worker regarding any issues or problems they may be facing in their student lives. These staff will listen closely and work together with students to support them in finding solutions for their concerns.
Harassment (such as sexual harassment or academic harassment) is a problem involving the human rights of every individual.
At Tokyo City University, the faculty and staff are responsible for ensuring all students can pursue their studies comfortably and without any impairment. We have diligently established rules to prevent harassment as well as measures for responding to harassment appropriately when it occurs.
Students are encouraged to inquire at the Harassment Consultation Desk if they experience any form of harassment.