Tokyo Woman's Christian University Students' Association
Clubs and Societies
Each student is assigned to a full-time faculty member who provides counseling and advice on academic matters and everyday life.
Students can ask for advice on how to advance their studies when registering for classes and consult advisors on their future courses and how to make their college life fruitful and enjoyable.
At the Counseling Service students can talk freely and in complete confidence to qualified counselors about their problems. The office also offers psychological education programs to help students make their lives more comfortable and meaningful.
To help students maintain their health, the Health Service holds regular medical check-ups for the prevention and early detection of diseases, provides health consultations with medical specialists, and gives emergency treatment in cases of sudden illness and injury. When necessary, students are referred to suitable hospitals.
To ensure that students can dedicate themselves to their studies without worrying about financial conditions at home, the University provides scholarships and other kinds of financial support to those in need. There are financial aid schemes for both Japanese and overseas students. Awards for overseas students are given on merit and range up to the amount of tuition fees.
There are three student dormitories on campus. They provide not
only room and board, but also opportunities for character building
through a communal life. The dormitories are operated independently,
but self-autonomy and a cooperative attitude and spirit are
cultivated in all of them. A matron is resident in each dormitory
to offer advice to students.
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