Beginning of a New Education
A semester opening party is held in the first week of the semester. New and current students of the School of Transdisciplinary Studies can socialize with one another, and enjoy a group meal at the end.
Students give presentations on the goals they hope to achieve during the undergraduate program. They freely share information, ranging from individual interests and knowledge to project topics and external competitions. The presentations help to connect students having similar interests.
Friend Maker helps to strengthen bonds among undergraduate students. Students are assigned to random teams, and complete missions with their teammates to receive meal allowances and other perks. These activities allow them to easily make new friends.
A strawberry party is held near the undergraduate building in early April, when strawberries are in season. Students take photos of cherry blossoms, and enjoy strawberry-themed picnics on campus.
The Undergraduate Association prepares and distributes simple snacks to encourage students during the exam period. Students can pick up their snacks in the Department Room around two weeks before the exam week.
This contest helps freshmen to adapt better to the Department Room, which serves as a meeting plaza for students of the School of Transdisciplinary Studies. The Department Room is where students gather to talk about their future and exchange opinions, and freshmen can make use of this time to interact with their peers.
A wrap-up party is held after the last class of the semester. Students get to discuss their summer plans, based on what they have learned during the spring semester, over a meal.
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