The Tokyo Tech Online Community has been set up by the Institute to strengthen ties among alumni, students, and itself. The hope is that, through this networking platform, the Institute will be able to work with its community to drive forward the education and research reform necessary to become a global top 10 university. By registering, individuals will be able to receive information from the Institute as well as share their own information with the community.
Membership is completely free and grants you access to an online directory that can be used to connect with new and old friends. Members are responsible for maintaining their profiles in this directory. Posting information is also possible using a bulletin board. Those who join will also receive a regular e-newsletter prepared by the Institute in cooperation with the Tokyo Tech Alumni Association (also available in English upon request), which covers news and information about the latest research findings, lectures, reunions, and lots more, with plenty of events open to the alumni.
Registered members may edit and update their directory profile online. They may also choose which part of their profile information to disclose.
Registered members may search the directory to connect with one another. A blind email system is available so that members can communicate without disclosing their email or home address.
An online bulletin board displays information shared by the Institute and online community. Registered members may use the board to post photos, invite other members to a gig or pop-up exhibition, announce reunions, and so on.
Registered members may choose to receive an electronic newsletter published in English, available several times a year, from the Institute. Information may include the latest news and research findings, upcoming events such as lectures and reunions, activities of the Tokyo Tech Alumni Association, and more.
Online registration is possible for events such as Homecoming Day.
The personal information of members is protected by a cybersecurity company.
Individuals who do not wish to join the online community may still receive the same e-newsletters from the Institute by becoming a subscriber instead.
In addition to the monthly newsletters published in Japanese, subscribers may choose to receive the newsletter in English, which is available several times a year.
No. Newsletters sent to subscribers and members are identical. Please choose to either subscribe to the newsletters or register as an online community member, as you may not do both.
Your Institute account is only valid while you are studying here. Use an email address that you will continue to use after leaving the Institute.
No. Your profile information is not synchronized with information held by alumni associations. You must notify all relevant alumni associations separately.
Unless you have changed your settings, you should be able to log in using the email address with which you registered. If you have any problems, contact the Online Community Administrator.
Access the Online Community login page and click on the "Forgot password?" link to reset your password.
Your account will be locked if you fail to enter the correct password a certain number of times. If this happens, contact the Online Community Administrator as you will be unable to log in even with the correct password.
Try repeating the procedure. Go to the "Reset password" page and enter your login ID, which, unless it has been changed, should be your registered email address. A confirmation number will be sent to your registered email address. If you still do not receive it, contact the Online Community Administrator.
No. Your home address must be given in full during registration, this is a required step to ensure the security of the online community. However, the address you provide will not be disclosed to other members nor appear in your profile unless you specifically choose to disclose it.
Contact the Online Community Administrator and have them make the necessary corrections. You will not be able to make the corrections yourself.
A subscriber of the Institute's e-newsletter cannot also become a registered member of the online community. If you wish to terminate your subscription and instead register as a member, please contact the Online Community Administrator via email with your request.
Please contact the Online Community Administrator.