Support for Students with Disabilities
Support for Students with Disabilities

In order to create better learning conditions for students with disabilities enrolled at our university, and to create an environment where they can work as hard as other students, we provide support tailored to each student's actual situation.

Our university accepts students with disabilities and provides necessary and appropriate support for their studies based on the Teikyo University Regulations on Support for Students with Disabilities and the Basic Policy on Support for Students with Disabilities at Teikyo University and Teikyo University Junior College. We are actively providing support.
In order to ensure that students with disabilities do not give up on their studies due to their disability, we will provide as many diverse and highly individualized reasonable accommodations as possible based on the students' requests through dialogue with the students themselves.

  • * We may not be able to respond to all requests if the content and scope of support is determined to compromise the essence of the purpose, content, or evaluation of education, or if it is deemed to place an excessive burden on the university. In such cases, we will continue to have dialogue with the student and provide other possible support.

Situations where reasonable accommodation is provided

  • Entrance examination (before admission, at the time of entrance examination, etc.)
  • Academic matters (classes, graduation, etc.)
  • Student life on campus (student support for extracurricular activities, school events, etc.)
  • Employment support (events, company visits, etc.)

Basic policy for supporting students with disabilities at Teikyo University and Teikyo University Junior College

STEP1: Consultation

Students who wish to receive assistance should contact the counseling desk at each campus.
If you wish to receive accommodations for classes, etc., please be sure to consult the consultation desk rather than directly with the instructor.

STEP2: Application for support

Please submit the necessary documents for application to the consultation counter.

STEP3: Interview

If necessary, interviews will be held with students, faculty and staff, etc. to confirm and consider the necessary support.

STEP 4: Decide on support content and implement support

Once the content of support has been determined, we will inform the student, the instructor in charge of the subject, and relevant departments, and begin support.

STEP5: Feedback

Even after support begins, we will check and review the support status and adjust the support content as necessary.

If you would like assistance, please contact the consultation desk below.

Consultation counter for current students

Itabashi Campus
Student Support Office
[Location] Itabashi Campus University Building Main Building B1F
[Opening date and time] Monday to Friday 13:00 to 17:00
[Contact information] TEL: 03-3964-8392 (Student Division)
Hachioji Campus
Anything consultation corner
[Location] Hachioji Campus Solatio Square A Zone 1st floor Student Support Center
[Opening hours] Monday to Friday 8:45 to 17:00, Saturday 8:45 to 12:30
[Contact information] TEL: 042-678-3309
Utsunomiya Campus
campus life
support center
[Location] Next to the CL3 classroom on the 1st floor of Main Building No. 1 Utsunomiya Campus
[Opening hours] Monday to Friday 9:00 to 11:30, 12:30 to 17:00, Saturday 9:00 to 12:30
[Contact information] TEL: 028-627-7125
Fukuoka Campus
Student support center
[Location] Fukuoka Campus 1st floor
[Opening date and time] Monday to Friday 8:50 to 16:45
[Contact information] TEL: 0944-88-8427

Consultation counter for those who wish to receive consideration during the entrance exam

Teikyo Admission Center [Location] Itabashi Campus Headquarters Building 1st floor
[Opening hours] Monday to Friday 8:30 to 17:00, Saturday 8:30 to 12:30
[Contact information] TEL: 0120-335933 (toll-free)

We are making the following efforts to further enhance support in the future.

Establishment of courses related to support for students with disabilities

At Hachioji Campus, we offer courses in which students can learn to communicate using sign language in order to deepen their understanding of people with hearing impairments.

Introduction to sign language communication I/II

  • Learn the basics of sign language skills and enjoy expressions and simple conversations.
  • Learn what it means to be inaudible from a life perspective.
  • Know the communication difficulties that result from being inaudible.

Applied sign language communication I/II

  • Based on the basic learning of sign language skills, learn more practical sign language skills and communication and support in daily life and learning situations.
  • Sign language skills are based on examples used in school life and social life for hearing-impaired students, and learn useful things for daily support including school life.