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18 October 2021 By In LUJ Blog

Dear all undergraduate students,

The final exam schedule has been set.
Please check your exam day with the image below or click here(*Shown in BOLD means not regular day and/or time.)

 FA21 Final Exam Schedule

Academic Affairs

17 October 2021 By In LUJ Blog

Dear Students,

The Spring 2022 Class Schedule has been updated. Please go to the Student Resources page to view it or download a copy.

Academic Affairs

17 October 2021 By In LUJ Blog

SA ORDER

LUJ students,

Good afternoon.  An English and Japanese version of the above document providing the most up to date document
ordering information has been made available on the Student Resources section of the LUJ website.

Please take a look if you require a document, and in the event you have any questions, please feel free to e-mail us.

 

 

-Student Affairs

15 October 2021 By In LUJ Blog

Dear students,

The Spring 2022 Class Schedule is now published. Please Go to the Student Resources page to view it or download a copy! 
Please make sure to pay close attention to the Student Resources page, as we will be posting updated versions of the schedule there.

Academic Affairs

04 October 2021 By In LUJ Blog

To all undergraduate students,

We continue to use the same procedure from previous semesters for Course Withdrawal to best accommodate the current situation. For those who wish to withdraw from a course, please carefully read our advice and follow the instructions shown below.

  ■Deadline for a course withdrawalFriday, October 29th by 5:00 pm

 

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE WITHDRAWING FROM A COURSE

  1. Before you make up your mind on withdrawing from a course, please make sure that you consult with your instructor to find the true status of your course progress. Your instructor may have a different view on your outcome of your final grade.
  2. No payment refunds (including time and efforts you have already invested).
  3. Your expected graduation term may be extended due to the shortage of credit hours by withdrawing from a course this term.
  4. The course level that you can register for may be affected.
  5. If you are on a school-sponsored visa, you may not reduce your workload below nine semester hours after withdrawing from one or more courses. If you also repeatedly withdraw from courses and slow down on your academic progress, you may increase the chance of not getting your student visa renewed by the Immigration Bureau. 
  6. If you are receiving a G.I. Bill benefit, you should contact Student Affairs (for more information.
  7. If you are receiving U.S. Financial Aid, you should contact the Financial Aid Office at the main campus for more information. 

 

COURSE WITHDRAWAL INSTRUCTIONS

The students who wish to withdraw from a course may send an email request.

     Please send your request to the following parties:
               To: Academic Affairs ()
               CC: Your Instructor and Academic Advisor

     Required information to include in order to successfully withdraw from your course:
               Full Name:
               LUJ Student ID:
               LUW Student ID:
               Course Code and Section (e.g. GEN100.J1):
               Title of course (e.g. Writing Workshop):
               Credit hours (e.g. 1 cr., 3 cr., or 4 cr.):
               Do you have a school-sponsored visa? (Answer by Yes or No):
               Do you receive military benefits? (Answer by Yes or No):
               Do you receive U.S. Financial Aid? (Answer by Yes or No):

Should you have any questions, please contact Academic Affairs at 

Academic Affairs

15 September 2021 By In LUJ Blog

Dear students,

This is an announcement regarding the ALEKS Placement Assessment, a web-based math placement test.
 
ALEKS test is an optional test as any student can register for either MAT120-Quantitative Reasoning and/or MAT140-Advanced Algebra & MAT140W-Advanced Algebra Workshop/Seminar for Quantitative Skills. 
Please take the ALEKS test if one of the following applies to you
 
1) If you are thinking more of Science, Engineering, and Math majors in the future, would like to take MAT140-Advanced Algebra and would like to be exempt from taking MAT140W-Advanced Algebra Workshop/Seminar.
OR 
2) if you would like to try to be placed directly into MAT162-Pre-Calculus or MAT220-Probability and Statistics and skip taking either MAT120-Quantitative Reasoning and/or MAT140-Advanced Algebra & MAT140W-Advanced Algebra Workshop/Seminar
 
If you wish to take this assessment test this semester, please send us an email to Academic Affairs (academicaffairs@japan.lakeland.edu) by Tuesday, September 21st to sign up.
 
Please note that since the testing date and time will be decided after we determine the number of students who signed up for the test and their class schedules, the late sign-up WILL NOT be accepted. Please make sure to contact us by the deadline above.
  
Academic Affairs
27 August 2021 By In LUJ Blog

This information is for JASSO scholarship recipients.

日本学生支援機構(JASSO)の奨学金をご利用中で、秋学期より準学士号課程→学士号課程へ変更になる方へ(リマインド)

現在、準学士号取得を目的として奨学金の貸与を受けている方は、学士号課程への切り替え(学種変更)に伴い、JASSOでの手続きが必要となります。

2021年秋学期から学士号課程へ変更となる方は、秋学期開始以降、速やかにお手続きをとられるようにお勧めします。(詳細は、JASSO 海外貸与課: 03-6743-6040 へお問い合わせください。)

 

学生課

25 August 2021 By In LUJ Blog

To All Undergraduate Students,

Starting from the first day of the semester, Monday, August 30th at 8:30 am, Add/Drop period will start. If you wish to change your registration, please log into My.Lakeland as you usually do online registration for the subsequent semester.

Add/Drop period for the Fall 2021 semester:

START8:30 am on Monday, August 30th

CLOSE: 17:00 pm on Friday, September 3rd

 

[IMPORTANT]

1. If there are available seats for the courses you are interested in, you can add the course and drop something instead.

(Note: You are NOT permitted to drop those required courses listed below that you have already registered unless it is a section change for the same course.)

Writing Workshop

GEN100

Reading Workshop

GEN101

Composition I

GEN110

Composition II

GEN112

Foundations of Critical Thinking

GEN130

 

2. Please let your advisor know for an approval every time you make a change to your registration on My.Lakeland. Your registration is NOT DONE yet until your advisor approves your course, which will change the course status under the “Course Schedule” section of My.Lakeland to Current from Reserved. Make sure to log in again some time later and check the status. If the courses have not been approved after 2 days, check with your advisor.

[For new undergraduate students: Since your academic advisor will be assigned after Add/Drop period, please contact Academic Affairs for an approval if you make a change to your registration.]

 

If your intended course is still full on My.lakeland, there is an online waiting list and you can be on the list if you would like. The online waiting list, however, does not guarantee registration for classes and most students do not get into those waitlisted classes, please do not drop any courses you have registered at the time of signing up on an online waitlist.

Academic Affairs will contact you directly if a seat becomes available in the class you are waitlisted for. You must give Academic Affairs the confirmation by its deadline. Please keep checking your phone and LUJ email. Otherwise, all waiting lists will be cancelled on Monday, September 6th.

Academic Affairs

09 August 2021 By In LUJ Blog

Dear EAP Students

The Fall 2021 class schedule is now available at Student Resources.
Please go to the Student Resources page to view it or download a copy. 
Also, please be reminded that On Campus Classes (IN-2, HI-2, LA-2, and LAT-2) will be ONLINE for the first two weeks. 
The class style after September 13th will be announced later so please closely monitor your LUJ email as well as this LUJ Blog for the updates.

EAP Affairs 

06 August 2021 By In LUJ Blog

Dear Students,

The LUJ administration has decided to postpone holding in-person classes in the Fall
semester for at least two weeks in order to keep you safe. We are concerned about the high
rate of Covid 19 infections in Tokyo, the slow rate of vaccinations and the impact of
traveling.

This means the first two weeks of classes will be held online. We hope to move to in-person
classes the week of September 13. However, holding in-person classes will be contingent
upon the Covid-19 pandemic situation, so further postponements may occur.

The class schedule for the online classes will remain the same as proposed for the Fall
semester. This applies to both the undergraduate and EAP classes. If you are scheduled to be
in EAP in-person classes, your classes will still start at 11:00 am. and end at 3:55 p.m.

We will notify you each Monday about the current status of in-person classes, starting
September 6, until in-person classes commence. Please pay special attention to your e-mail
and the LUJ blog for updates. We are sorry we cannot be more definitive about the date for
the resumption of in-person classes.

Please try to stay safe and get a vaccine injection as soon as you can make an appointment, if
you have not already done so.

I am sorry to disappoint you if you had planned to start in-person classes in the first week of
the term, but we will offer live classes as soon as it is safe to do so.
Sincerely

Alan Brender
Dean

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