Student Survey 2018 (June 11 - July 11)
Published: June 18, 2018
To all students:
Tokyo Tech Student Service Center
Student Survey 2018 Student Staff
Tokyo Tech Student Survey is an Internet-based survey for all students which aims to make Tokyo Tech even better by incorporating the opinions and wishes of students regarding such matters as the content of the curriculum, the treatment of students by teachers and campus facilities. The results of Student Survey shall be analyzed by the students themselves and be delivered to President as a proposal. Upon receiving the proposal, relevant sections of Tokyo Tech will react as they find appropriate. The results, proposals and Tokyo Tech's actions for the past surveys are disclosed in Tokyo Tech website (Japanese). You can see there that Tokyo Tech is steadily incorporating the opinions from the students.
"If you don't wish for it, it can't come true."
The average time required to complete is about 20 minutes via Web systems for S&F. However, please feel free to skip any questions that you find difficult to answer, and please be as candid as possible in your answers.
We are recruiting students to collect and analyze survey data, and to later formulate proposals which will be submitted to the university administration. Student staff will start work from July 2018, and will receive a small fee as compensation. Students must have good communication skills in Japanese to become a member.
To apply, submit the Student Staff Application Form (only available in Japanese) to the Student Initiative Support Section at the Student Support Center (Email: email@example.com
). Applications must be submitted via email with the subject title, "Student Staff Application for Student Survey 2018."
Applicants will be interviewed by the staff in charge of student surveys at the Student Initiative Support Section before they are formally hired as student staff.
A talk on student staff activities will be given on July 4 and 17 at the 80th Anniversary Hall. Students who are interested in joining are encouraged to attend.
Update : June 18, 2018