Tokyo Tech Student Survey
What is the Tokyo Tech Student Survey?
Every other year, the Institute conducts a survey to ensure that students have their say in making Tokyo Tech a better place.
This includes changes and improvements to the curriculum, facilities, and on-campus services. Students' ideas, aspirations, and concerns shared through the survey have the potential to bring about significant changes on campus.
The survey, which was officially launched in 2005 after a trial phrase in the preceding year, is organized mainly by voluntary student staff members. These volunteers create the survey from the students' perspective, collect and analyze data from across the Institute, hold meetings with relevant faculty and staff members regarding potential changes, and then summarize the results in a proposal to the Tokyo Tech president.
The survey, a unique student-led initiative, has produced numerous achievements. While the implementation of certain suggestions requires significant amounts of preparatory work, funding, and time, the Institute strives to give due consideration to all recommendations on campus.
The Tokyo Tech Student Survey is an important channel of open communication between the Institute and its students. We appreciate your cooperation and participation.
Prior consultation is required for the use of data pertaining to the Tokyo Tech Student Survey, regardless of your affiliation with Tokyo Tech. Please contact the Student Success Support Section (Student Initiative Support Service) at the Support Center for more information.