School of Political Science and EconomicsWaseda University

For Current Students

Facility Usage Guide

The office of the School of Political Science and Economics (10th floor, bldg. 3)

Office hours

Office hours are shorten due to COVID-19. Please check here for the current information.

Monday-Saturday: 9:00 am -5:00 pm
*The office is closed on Sundays, national holidays, Saturday during summer and winter holidays, and other school holidays.
*No one is permitted to enter the university during the preparation period of entrance examinations on February. A temporary office (in Okuma Small Auditorium or other locations) is open 9:30 am-4:30 pm (Saturday: 9:30 am-12:00 pm).


Information from the office

Advertisements, notices, and academic information for students, such as class information, examinations, class cancellation, and other events are posted on the information board in the court yard of the Building 3. (Some of the notices are available on the web site of the School of Political Science and Economics.) Please check the information board whenever you come to the School. If you have a question, please come to the office of the School of Political Science and Economics.

Important notice of operations of the SPSE office during vacations

Lee Kun-Hee Commemorative Library (FPSE Faculty Library and FPSE Student Library)

Lee Kun-Hee Commemorative Library was newly opened on 9th October, 2014. Open hours and dates may change during vacation period. For more information, please see the links below.

FPSE Faculty Library 

FPSE Student Library

*FPSE is an abbreviation for Faculty of Political Science and Economics.

Computer room

Computer classrooms have been set up on the 9th floor of Building No. 3 (Room 901, 902 and 903) for the purpose of education using computers. In addition to using them for classes, it is also for students to use the computer classrooms for self-learning.

Classrooms for Discussion and Joint Study

Students who are registered for an advanced seminar are allowed to use classrooms for discussion and joint study. Note that classrooms must be booked in advance and that regular classes, exams, and events organized by the university enjoy priority. If you would like to use a classroom for a society/club activity, make your inquiry to the Student Affairs Section at the Waseda University Student Center (Building 30).

How to Book a Classroom?

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