Student Life Coaches

Who are Student Life Coaches?

We are a team of a faculty, specialists, student staff, and alumni who work together to support current Tokyo Tech students. Our diversified backgrounds enable us to encourage Tokyo Tech students fulfill their academic lives proactively and smoothly through multifaceted approaches.

Student Life Coaches
  • Student Life Coaches consist of faculty members of the Student Support Center and “Kuramae Kougyoukai (Tokyo Tech Alumni Association.)” In addition to helping students through face-to-face consultations, we encourage students to take initiatives to consistently plan and pursue their studies by providing orientations for new-comers as well as extracurricular seminars and activities for all students.

Peer Life Coaches
  • Our Peer Life Coaches are a total of 38 students* in undergraduate or graduate programs at Tokyo Tech. They play a role as staff members of the Student Support Center and provide peer-support from the same standpoint as fellow students, mainly targeting first-year undergrads.
  • By cooperating with Student Life Coaches, Peer Life Coaches plan and host first-year-students’ orientations as lecturers, write and issue useful handouts, publish and post articles, tutor first-year Basic Science and Technology courses, and organize events and programs that stimulate interactions between international and local students. For more details and recruitment information on Peer Life Coaches, please visit our PEER LIFE COACH WEBSITE .
  • *as of October, 2023.

NEWS

Available support

Consultation

Our consultation covers a wide range of inquiries and concerns from students regarding their academic life such as study plans, course registration, campus-life topics, and more. Faculty members of the Student Support Center who are assigned as Students Life Coaches will provide suggestions and advice to help you find answers.

Face-to-face consultation is available at consultation desks on Ookayama and Suzukakedai campuses. We also provide online consultation. Please refer to the “How to arrange a consultation” section. We provide consultation in English.

When to consult Student Life Coaches

Please come to us when you have questions and concerns such as:

“Which courses should I take?”
“Have I acquired enough credits?”
“How can I determine a timetable for the next semester?”
“I do not really understand course registration procedures.”
“I want to do more than just study at Tokyo Tech. What activities are available?”
“I want to ask someone other than my professor members or friends their opinions about my studies or research.”
“I have concerns about my studies/research, but do not know whom I should ask.”
“I am reluctant to consult my professor.”
“I want to think about my studies and future options - which major/laboratory to select, studying abroad, career path, and more.”

How to arrange a consultation

1. Face-to-face consultation on Ookayama campus

Please come to the consultation desk during offiece hours and request a consultation with a Student Life Coach. Reservations are not required.

Location
Taki Plaza, B1 Floor
(Student Support Center consultation desk)

Office hours
Monday – Friday/ 9:15 -17:15  
(Closed on public holidays and Tokyo Tech seasonal holidays)

2. Face-to-face consultation on Suzukakedai campus

Please come to the consultation room at the library building during office days/hours. Reservations are not required. We may close temporarily for events, so please make sure to check our calendar before dropping by.

Location
Suzukakedai Library,Floor 1
(in the back on the right side)
Office hours
Monday and Wednesday / 9:30-16:30, excluding 11:15-12:15
(Closed on public holidays and Tokyo Tech seasonal holidays)
*We may close temporarily for events.
*We will be closed May 15th. We are open May 17th AM.

3. Online consultation via Zoom

Zoom consultation is available for students who would like to avoid direct contact due to infection precautions or for those who have difficulty commuting. Please email us to📩concierge.info@jim.titech.ac.jp with the information below. We will reply with the date and time of the consultation along with the Zoom meeting URL link.

(1) Name
(2) Student ID number
(3) Affiliated School, Department (and graduate major for graduate students)
(4) Topic/s of consultation
(5) Indication that you would like a consultation via Zoom and at least three possible consultation date & time slots.

4. Inquiries by email

You can ask short, simple questions such as how individual courses are structured or how to register for courses by sending an email to 📩concierge.info@jim.titech.ac.jp with the information below. If we find the question/s relatively complicated to answer by email, we may suggest a Zoom or face-to-face consultation.

(1) Name
(2) Student ID number
(3) Affiliated School, Department, (and graduate major for graduate students)
(4) Topic/s of consultation

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Face-to-face consultations may not be available during events/seminars. In such cases, our information staff will provide our email address. We will get back to you upon your request by email.

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We respond to inquiries by email only on weekdays. It may take some time to reply depending on the topic.

Orientations for new students

Orientation sessions for newly enrolled undergraduate students



Sessions are held in early April to guide newly enrolled students to swiftly adapt to academic life, understand Tokyo Tech’s curriculum, and pursue their studies on their own. The sessions cover a broad range of essential topics such as Tokyo Tech’s academic programs, course registration, history and accomplishments, significance of undergraduate studies and what you should keep in mind, and various consultation services available on campus. New students will also have a chance to meet other members within the same academic unit.
The sessions are facilitated by Peer Life Coaches (currently enrolled Tokyo Tech students) and supported by Student Life Coach members of “Kuramae Kougyoukai (Tokyo Tech Alumni Association)”.

Orientation sessions for newly enrolled undergraduate students for AY 2024 took place on April 7th at Taki Plaza.
The slides shown during the orientation can be downloaded below (Japanese only).

Orientation Sessions for Incoming Graduate Students

Japanese orientation
Japanese orientation

English Orientation
English Orientation

The sessions are held in spring and autumn for incoming students in master's and doctoral degree programs (both in English and Japanese).
Student Life Coaches provide an overview of the education system at the Institute, explain factors common to all courses, show various academic options, and introduce our wide range of counseling services. Then, Career Advisors give some tips on career development. Current graduate students also share their experiences and useful information at Tokyo Tech. This is followed by job-hunting circumstances around international job seekers in Japan, which is explained by a Career Advisor. International students interested in working in Japan are encouraged to participate.

AY2024 spring orientations were held on-sight on March 28 and online on March 30, totally more than 600 new comers attended. President Masu participated for the first 15 minutes in all the sessions, giving a welcome message and answering the questions from the students directly. The questions are:- "What will be the impact of the merger?" "Should I go for the doctoral program?" and so on. President Masu answered each question. We received a lot of positive feedback such as "The sessions were very helpful." "The important points were summarized and the explanation was very easy to understand."
There were also presentations by the current graduate students in both English and Japanese. The participants gave us a comment as follows: "I'm glad I was able to hear what to do right now." "I was very grateful for all the useful information on how to proceed with research and career schedules," etc.
The slides shown during the orientation can be downloaded below.

Orientation session for transfer students in undergraduate programs

A session for transfer students in undergraduate programs is held in early April, prior to the start of the academic year. This is designed to assure transfer students to swiftly adapt to their academic lives at Tokyo Tech and pursue their research activities later in their undergraduate programs. The session will exhaustively cover essential topics such as Tokyo Tech’s curriculum and course registration, tips for developing study plans for attaining degrees, and various consultation services available on campus.

Orientation session for 2024 transfer students took place face-to-face on April 2nd.
The slides shown during the orientation can be downloaded below (Japanese only).

Academic assistance at Taki Plaza

Academic assistance is provided on the B1 floor of Taki Plaza.

Tutoring is available to undergraduate students in science and engineering liberal arts courses and writing assignments.
i.e.)
I am struggling with a class assignment.
(Even) after reviewing, I still don’t understand …
I am not very confident about the progress of my self-study.
Although there were things I wanted to know more about, I could not ask questions during class.

Tutors, seniors of Tokyo Tech, will support you. Please take advantage of this service.
The schedule is as follows:

AY2024 1Q Open dates/time
How to receive assistance
Basic Science and Technology Course Tutoring
Start in September.
[Mathematics](Calculus, Linear Algebra etc.)
[Physics/Chemistry]
*Tutors are all current Tokyo Tech undergrad/graduate school Peer Life Coaches.
Please visit our Student Support Desk located at Taki Plaza B1 Floor during the open hours stated on the left column.
School of Science Face-to-face Mathematics dept consultation
Weekdays 16:00-18:00
Details available here (Japanese only).
*Consultations are provided by current masters/doctoral degree Tokyo Tech School of Science students.
School of Science Face-to-face Physics dept consultation
Mon-Thurs & every other Fri
16:30-18:00
Closed July 5th & 8th
Details available here (Japanese only).
*Consultations are provided by current masters/doctoral degree Tokyo Tech School of Science students.
School of Science Face-to-face Chemistry department consultation
2024.5.21(Tues), 5.24(Fri),
5.31(Fri)
13:30-14:30 / 15:30-16:30
*Consultations are provided by current masters/doctoral degree Tokyo Tech School of Science students.
ILA Writing Center
Priority for reservations.
Details available here, see HERE
Select the tutor type from below:
JJ (Japanese paper discussed in Japanese)

EJ (English paper discussed in Japanese)

EE (English paper discussed in English)
Please fill in the reservation form in the middle of the INFORMATION. Once the booking is confirmed, please visit our Student Support Desk located at Taki Plaza B1 Floor at your appointment date/time.
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You may be asked to wait if the tutor is assisting another student.

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Academic assistance may be cancelled due to bad weather.

International Student Support Desk

Our consultation covers everyday matters surrounding international students. Our aim is to help international students fully enjoy an on-and-off-campus life in Japan.

When to consult the International Support Desk

Any kind of questions are welcome! (anything you might be curious/concerned about, things you are hesitant to ask your friends, or even finding out where to ask for a specific inquiry, etc.)
Some inquiries we have had are…
・What does this letter from the ward office or bank say?
・IWhat is the correct way to don’t know how to throw away trash?
・Why is my health insurance more expensive than last year?
・What Jdo apanese people usually do or say in this situation?

It doesn’t matter how trivial your questions are! We are happy to help make your life in Japan easier and more comfortable so you may focus on your studies and research at Tokyo Tech. Please feel free to stop by!

How to arrange a consultation

1.Face-to-face consultation
Please come to the service desk during our office hours. Reservations are not required.

Location
Taki Plaza, B1 Floor
(International Student Support service desk)

Office hours
Monday – Friday/ 9:30 -16:00  
(Closed on public holidays and Tokyo Tech seasonal holidays)

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The consultation service desks may close temporarily for events and seminars. In such cases, please inform other available staff of the details of your consultation. We will contact you at a later date.

2. Online consultation by email

Extracurricular seminars

We hold seminars where students can deepen their studies as well as gain a broader perspective or extend their studies through extracurricular learning. Seminars are open to all Tokyo Tech students.

IoT Seminar

In collaboration with CODAMA(Collaboration Center for Design and Manufacturing) and with elicit cooperation from firms with our own alumni, we provide opportunities for students to learn the fundamental knowledge and technology about IoT, Programming, AI, and Security. These seminars consisting of a session each for 2 consecutive weeks take place 4 times a year in July, October, December, and January. Please check the latest information HERE.

Art Seminar

Twice a year, we welcome Professor Zuse Meyer, an artist and poet to enrich our students' artistic side through an Art workshop. The seminar this year is planned for May 17th at Suzukakedai Campus and in November (date TBC) at Ookayama Campus. Please check the latest information HERE. We look forward to your participation!

◆Professor Zuse Meyer Biography
Artist and poet. Born in Wuppertal, Germany.
University of Arts Berlin, MFA.
Lecturer at the Center for the Study of World Civilizations, Tokyo Tech, 2008-2016
Visiting Assistant Professor at Tainan National University of the Art, 2012-
Visiting Professor at Tongj University, Shanghai, Department of Innovation and Design, 2016
Founder/Director of Zuse Meyer Art School, 2018
Currently resides in Tokyo and Berlin.

Walking Tour Guidebooks

Interested in learning about Japanese culture, history, and/or life through informative walks? You may find answers to subtle questions or wonders you may have encountered in your Tokyo life. The guidebooks below were created by Professor Hiroshi Yamaura from the Dept. of Mechanical Engineering of the School of Engineering. It illustrates and explains all sorts of things that may catch your eyes en route of the walking plan. We hope international students new to and are keen to learn about Japan find them useful. They may also come in handy as a tool for interactive communication between Tokyo Tech domestic and international students when discovering/discussing the differences between Japanese and foreign social structures.

Route 1: History, culture, and life in Japan (from Ookayama Campus to Gotanda Station)

This walking route takes two to four hours on average, starting at Tokyo Tech’s Ookayama campus and going along Nakahara Kaido.

Route 2: Japan's Social Structure (from near the Parliament to Mitsukoshimae Station)

On this route, you will start at Kokkai-gijidomae Station or Tameike-sanno Station on the subway, visit central facilities of judiciary, legislature, and administration in Japan. The tour ends at Mitsukoshimae Station on the subway. With no detours, the distance of this route is about 9.5km, so it should take about 2.5 hours by foot.
There are also several recommended places where you can stop by, so if the weather suits, you can enjoy the complete version that should take about 3 to 4 hours.

Support Services by Student Life Coaches

The support services available at the Student Life Coach service desks started in line with the 2016 launch of Tokyo Tech’s new education system, and are aimed to help undergraduate students, especially in their first year, to understand the Tokyo Tech curriculum and swiftly adapt to academic life, and pursue their studies on their own.

Tokyo Tech introduced a new education system in 2016, aiming to grow individuals capable to learn and think for themselves. The new system is designed to encourage students to independently set and pursue their goals, and eventually become able to contribute to a global society. We expect our students to learn that technology and research is fun and profound, and plays a vital role in changing and shaping society.

Student Life Coaches provide support based on a diversified and multifaceted approach to encourage each one of our students to help decide the path they will take under the new system and lead a fulfilling academic life.

Orientations and seminars

Orientation sessions ■Academic Year 2023
  • Spring 2023 orientation sessions for newly enrolled undergraduate students(Japanese)(flyer)
  • Spring 2023 orientation sessions for newly enrolled graduate students(Japanese and English)(flyer)
  • Spring 2023 orientation sessions for transfer students in undergraduate programs(Japanese)(flyer)
  • Spring 2023 orientation sessions for transfer students in undergraduate programs(Japanese)(flyer)
  • Spring 2023 orientation sessions held for new students(Tokyo Tech News)
  • Fall 2023 orientation sessions for newly enrolled graduate students(English)(flyer)
  • ■Academic Year 2022
  • Spring 2022 orientation sessions for newly enrolled undergraduate students(Japanese)(flyer)
  • Spring 2022 orientation sessions for newly enrolled graduate students
  • Spring 2022 orientation sessions for transfer students in undergraduate programs
  • Orientation sessions held for new students at all levels of study(Tokyo Tech News)
  • Fall 2022 orientation sessions for newly enrolled graduate students(Japanese and English)(flyer)
  • ■Academic Year 2021
  • Spring 2021 orientation sessions for newly enrolled undergraduate students(Japanese)(flyer)
  • Spring 2021 orientation sessions for newly enrolled graduate students(Japanese and English)(flyer)
  • Fall 2021 orientation sessions for newly enrolled graduate students(Japanese and English)(flyer)
  • Orientation sessions, reception held for newly enrolled master's, doctoral students(Tokyo Tech News)
  • ■Academic Year 2020
  • Spring 2021 orientation sessions for newly enrolled undergraduate students(Japanese)(flyer, *Changed to an online video distribution because of the spread of Covid-19)
  • Spring 2020 orientation sessions for newly enrolled undergraduate students(Japanese)(movie by senior students)
  • Spring 2020 orientation sessions for newly enrolled undergraduate students(Japanese)(movie by alumni)
  • Spring 2020 orientation sessions for transfer students in undergraduate programs(Japanese)(flyer, *Cancelled because of the spread of Covid-19)
  • Spring 2020 orientation sessions for newly enrolled graduate students(Japanese and English)(flyer, *Cancelled because of the spread of Covid-19)
  • Fall 2020 orientation sessions for newly enrolled graduate students(flyer)
  • ■Academic Year 2019
  • Spring 2019 orientation sessions for newly enrolled undergraduate students(Japanese)(flyer)
  • Spring 2019 orientation sessions for transfer students in undergraduate programs(Japanese)(flyer)
  • Spring 2019 orientation sessions for newly enrolled graduate students(Japanese and English)(flyer)
  • Fall 2019 orientation sessions for newly enrolled graduate students(Japanese and English)(flyer)
  • ■Academic Year 2018
  • Spring 2018 orientation sessions for newly enrolled undergraduate students(Japanese)(flyer)
  • Spring 2018 orientation sessions for newly enrolled graduate students(Japanese and English)(flyer)
  • Fall 2018 orientation sessions for newly enrolled graduate students(Japanese and English)(flyer)
  • ■Academic Year 2017
  • Spring 2017 orientation sessions for newly enrolled undergraduate students(Japanese)(flyer)
  • Spring 2017 orientation sessions for newly enrolled graduate students(Japanese and English)(flyer) ⇒Event report(Japanese)
  • Fall 2017 orientation sessions for newly enrolled graduate students(English and Japanese)(flyer)
  • ■Academic Year 2016
  • Spring 2016 orientation sessions for newly enrolled undergraduate students(Japanese)(flyer)
  • Spring 2016 orientation sessions for newly enrolled graduate students(Japanese)(flyer)
  • Fall 2016 orientation sessions for newly enrolled graduate students(English)(flyer)
  • Seminars ■Academic Year 2023
  • Art with an Artist, May 24, 2023Event report
  • IoT seminar on MATLAB × AI Robotics (Japanese), June 14 and 21, 2023Event report(Japanese)
  • IoT seminar on machine learning(Japanese), October 4 and 11, 2023
  • Art with an Artist, November 15, 2023Event report
  • IoT seminar on IoT security (Japanese), October 10 and 17, 2023
  • IoT seminar on Python for beginners(Japanese), January 17 and 24, 2024
  • ■Academic Year 2022
  • Art with an Artist, May 15,2022
  • Art with an Artist Spring 2022(Tokyo Tech News)
  • IoT seminar on MATLAB × AI Robotics (Japanese), June 15 and 22, 2022
  • IoT seminar on MATLAB × AI Robotics (Japanese)(Tokyo Tech News)
  • IoT seminar on AI machine learning for beginners and intermediate(Japanese), October 5 and 12, 2022
  • IoT seminar on AI machine learning for beginners and intermediate(Japanese)(Tokyo Tech News)
  • Art with an Artist, November 16,2022
  • Art with an Artist Fall 2022(Tokyo Tech News)
  • IoT seminar on experiencing security for degital equipment(Japanese), December 12 and 14, 2022
  • IoT seminar on experiencing security for degital equipment(Japanese)(Tokyo Tech News)
  • IoT seminar on Python for beginners (Japanese), January 11 and 18, 2023
  • IoT seminar on Python for beginners (Japanese)(Tokyo Tech News)
  • ■Academic Year 2021
  • Evening seminar on how CG works, May 12, 2021
  • Art with an Artist, May 19, 2021
  • IoT seminar on Python for beginners(Japanese), June 16 and 23, 2023
  • IoT seminar on Python for beginners(Japanese)(Tokyo Tech News)
  • IoT seminar on AI machine learning for beginners and intermediate(Japanese), October 5 and 12, 2022
  • Fall 2021 introductory IoT seminar led by Tokyo Tech alumni(Tokyo Tech News)
  • Art with an Artist , November 17, 2021
  • Art with an Artist comes to Suzukakedai Campus(Tokyo Tech News)
  • Evening seminar on 'CONTAGION' (Japanese), November 17, 2021
  • Movie Seminar restarts after two-year break(Tokyo Tech News)
  • IoT seminar on IoT security (Japanese), December 12 and 19, 2021
  • IoT seminar on Python for beginners(Japanese), January 12 and 19, 2022
  • Third Fall 2021 IoT seminar focuses on Python for beginners (Japanese)(Tokyo Tech News)
  • Evening seminar on watching stars with digital equipment(*cancelled because of the bad weather) (Japanese), January 25, 2022
  • ■Academic Year 2020
  • Art with an Artist (Japanese), June 10, 2020
  • Art with an Artist seminar goes online (Japanese)(Tokyo Tech News)
  • Art with an Artist (Japanese), November 4, 2020
  • IoT seminar on Python for beginners (Japanese), December 9 and 16, 2020
  • IoT seminar on IoT security (Japanese), January 20 and 27, 2021
  • ■Academic Year 2019
  • Workshop on how to write an effective report (Japanese), April 23, 2019
  • Art with an Artist (Japanese), May 9, 2019
  • Art with an Artist (Japanese), June 6, 2019
  • Art with an Artist seminars(Tokyo Tech News)
  • Seminar on financial economy literacy (Japanese), July 3, 2019
  • Evening seminar on Lustreware (Japanese), July 16, 2019
  • IoT seminar on AI machine learning for beginners (Japanese), October 16 and 23, 2019
  • Evening seminar on the relationship between scientific technology and social system (Japanese), October 21, 2019
  • Writing Center trial week (Japanese), November 5 to 11, 2019
  • IoT seminar on Python for beginners (Japanese), December 4 and 11
  • IoT seminar on experiencing security for degital equipment(Japanese), December 18 and 25, 2019
  • Evening seminar on 'BATMAN RETURNS' (Japanese), January 16, 2020
  • IoT seminar on AI machine learning for beginners (Japanese), January 15 and 22, 2020
  • Nissan Yokohama factory tour (Japanese), March 26, 2020
  • ■Academic Year 2018
  • Seminar on financial economy literacy (Japanese), July 25, 2018
  • Design Your Study Plans for 3Q and 4Q (Japanese), August 9, 2018
  • Insider tips for getting the most accurate information out of the main stream media using Nihon Keizai Shimbun (Japanese), October 14, 2018
  • Lecture presentation on business career by an alumna who has become a company executives (Japanese), October 18, 2018
  • IoT seminar on AI machine learning for beginners (Japanese), October 24 and 31, 2018
  • IoT seminar on make digital signage system (Japanese), November 7 and 14, 2018
  • Lecture presentation on career by an alumni(doctor) who has been successful in Europe, November 28, 2018
  • Art with an Artist (Japanese), January 9, 2019
  • IoT seminar on AI machine learning for beginners (Japanese), January 16 and 23, 2019
  • Insider tips for getting the most accurate information out of the main stream media using Nihon Keizai Shimbun (Japanese), January 31, 2018
  • Seminar on finding your own interest (Japanese), March 6 and 7, 2019
  • IoT seminar on operating Raspberry Pi for beginners, March 14, 2019
  • ■Academic Year 2017
  • Experience Art in English (Japanese), May 24, 2017Event report (Japanese)
  • Learning Essentials for Tokyo Tech Students (Japanese), May 10 and 18; June 14, 21 and 28; July 5 and 12, 2017Event report (Japanese)
  • Design Your Study Plans for 3Q and 4Q (Japanese), August 9, 2017Event report (Japanese)
  • Questions for Graduates and Senior Students: How Should I Choose My Department?(Japanese), September 27, 2017Event report (Japanese)
  • Java programming tutorial for beginners (Japanese), October 18 and 25, 2017Event report (Japanese)
  • Insider tips for getting the most accurate information out of the main stream media using Nihon Keizai Shimbun (Japanese), November 30, 2017Event report (Japanese)
  • ■Academic Year 2016
  • Introduction to Effective Use of the Learning Portfolio (Japanese), July 28, 2016
  • Questions for Graduates and Senior Students: How Should I Choose My Department? (Japanese), September 28 and October 5, 2017Education Stories
  • Introduction to Effective Use of the Learning Portfolio (Japanese), November 2, 9 and 16, 2016
  • Learning and International Exchange Support Implementation Committee

    Academic Year 2023 Learning and International Exchange Support Implementation Committee members, Student Success Support Section
  • Name

    Affiliation

    Position

    Tetsuji Okamura

    Vice President for Student Affairs

    Director of Student Support Center

    Sachiko Ito

    Professor, Student Support Center

    Section Head

    Kentaro Nakamura

    Professor, Institute of Innovative Research / Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

    Section Head

    Kikuo Ikarashi

    Professor, Department of Architecture and Building Engineering, School of Environment and Society

    Masao Murota

    Professor, Institute for Liberal Arts

    Saho Kawashima

    Specially Appointed Associate Professor, School of Engineering

    Yuto Koizumi

    Associate Professor, Tokyo Tech Academy for Leadership/ Institute for Liberal Arts

    Hiroshi Yamaura

    Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, School of Engineering

    Advisor

    Manabu Kanda

    Professor, Department of Transdisciplinary Science and Engineering, School of Environment and Society

    Naoya Abe

    Associate Professor, Department of Transdisciplinary Science and Engineering, School of Environment and Society

    Midori Komatsu

    Lecturer, Tokyo Tech Academy for Leadership/ Institute for Liberal Arts

    Tatsuo Sato

    Professor Emeritus

    Supervisor

    Akiko Hiraide

    Specially Appointed Expert, Student Success Support Section, Student Support Center

    Student Life Coach

    Miki Miki

    Specially Appointed Expert, Student Success Support Section, Student Support Center

    Student Life Coach

    Yoko Matsumoto

    Specially Appointed Expert, Student Success Support Section, Student Support Center

    Student Life Coach

    Kimie Terazawa

    Specially Appointed Expert, Student Success Support Section, Student Support Center

    Student Life Coach

    Asuka Yoshino

    Administrative Support Staff, Student Success Support Section, Student Support Center

    Noriko Kagaya

    Administrative Support Staff, Student Success Support Section, Student Support Center

    Hiroko Kawakita

    Administrative Support Staff, Student Success Support Section, Student Support Center

    Kosei Takeyama

    Tokyo Tech Alumni Association

    Student Life Coach

    Yoshihiko Hamabe

    Tokyo Tech Alumni Association

    Student Life Coach

    Taisuke Miyoshi

    Tokyo Tech Alumni Association

    Student Life Coach

    Toru Kuroda

    Tokyo Tech Alumni Association

    Student Life Coach

    Reiko Fujita

    Tokyo Tech Alumni Association

    Student Life Coach

    Takahiro Hirayama

    Head, Student Support Division

    Keiko Ito

    Head, International Student Exchange Division

    Jun Okamura

    Group Leader, Support Planning Group, Student Support Division

    Ryosuke Iwasawa

    Group Leader, Student Exchange Group 3

    Ayaka Takagiwa

    Administrative Staff, Support Planning Group, Student Support Division

  • Contact

    152-8550 TP-005, 2-12-1 Ookayama, Meguro-ku, Tokyo
    Student Life Coach Consultation Desk, Student Success Support Section, Student Support Center

    Email concierge.info@jim.titech.ac.jp
    Tel 03-5734-2760