[Important Notice] Cancellation of entrance ceremony & changes of orientation & class schedule

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投稿者 : ees 投稿日時: 2020-03-23 11:50:23 (1922 ヒット)

In light of the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus in Hokkaido and throughout Japan, the Graduate School of Environmental Science has decided to cancel the entrance ceremony scheduled on April 3rd, 2020.
Acknowledging that the Entrance Ceremony is one of the irreplaceable events to walk into a new chapter of your life, we have carefully discussed different possibilities of holding the ceremony, including a simplified version. However, we arrived at the difficult decision of cancelling the ceremony in order to prevent the spread of the infection and ensure the health and safety of students and parents. We are grateful for your understanding.


As a result of the cancellation, the orientation schedule and the start date of classes are changed as follows:


1. Change in orientation schedule
Date: Friday, April 3rd, 2020 Venue: A lecture room designated by division
Time:

10:00 am
Division of Environmental Science Development
Division of Biosphere Science

1:30 pm
Division of Earth System Science
Division of Environmental Materials Science

*Please arrive at least 10 minutes before the time specified above.


2. Change of the start date of classes
Intensive Course (Introduction to Environmental Science)
Initially: April 6 (Mon.) – 8(Wed.) >> Changed to: April 13(Mon.)-15(Wed.)

Start date of classes
Initially: April 9 (Thur.) >> Changed to: April 16 (Thur.)


*Information will be updated accordingly on our school website if further changes are made to the schedule. Please check it regularly.
*Please contact the Academic Affairs Office before coming to school when you have cold or flu-like symptoms or a fever of 37.5 ℃ (99.5 ℉) or above.

 

Notice on the cancellation of entrance ceremony and change of orientation and academic class schedule (PDF)



Graduate School of Environmental Sceince, Hokkaido University