Announcement on March 2021 Graduation and April 2021 Entrance Ceremonies (Updated on 3/15/21)Mon, Mar 15, 2021
Announcement on March 2021 Graduation and April 2021 Entrance Ceremonies
The following changes have been made to the schedule for the March 2021 graduation and April 2021 entrance ceremonies to disperse the number of participants per session.
All ceremonies will be held as planned even if the state of emergency is extended unless the situation surrounding Covid-19 worsens.
*Details on the events organized by each undergraduate or graduate school, including whether or not these events will be even held, will be announced on their respective website at the beginning of March 2021.
- All students attending the ceremony must wear a mask. At the ceremony, maintain social distance to prevent infection.
- As a measure to prevent the novel coronavirus disease infection, only graduates and new students are invited to attend the ceremony.
For students interested in attending, you must take your temperature on the day of the ceremony before coming to campus. On the day of the ceremony, students must take their temperature before coming to campus. If you show any signs of infection, such as a fever, you may not attend the ceremony.
- A link will be available to view the ceremonies live online. Graduates/new students who are feeling unwell or do not feel comfortable coming to campus, as well as guardians of graduates/new students, etc., may view the ceremony live online. Please note that we will not be streaming the ceremonies live on campus.
(A link for the live online viewing of the ceremonies will be posted on the websites above)
- Refrain from participating in celebrations that involve eating and drinking (including personal events).
- As measures to prevent infection will take place, entering the venue of the ceremony may take some time. Please arrive at the venue 30 minutes prior to the start of the ceremony.
- Depending on the situation surrounding the novel coronavirus disease, further changes may be made to the schedule, how the ceremonies will be held, etc.