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15 September 2020 By In LUJ Blog

To All LUJ Academic students,

This is an announcement regarding the ALEKS Placement Assessment, a web-based math placement test.
If you wish to take this assessment test this semester, please send us an email to Academic Affairs () by Thursday, September 24th to sign up.
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 Thursday, September 24th.
Should you have any questions, please let us know.
Thank you,
Academic Affairs
03 September 2020 By In LUJ Blog

To All LUJ Academic Students,

Starting from the first day of the semester, Monday, September 7th 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 2020 semester:

START8:30 am on Monday, September 7th

CLOSE: 11:59 pm on Friday, September 11th


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


Reading Workshop


Composition I


Composition II


Foundations of Critical Thinking


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 academic 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.]

3. No submission of Add/Drop form is needed.


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 14th.

Academic Affairs

03 September 2020 By In LUJ Blog

Dear EAP and Bridge students,  

Fall 2020 EAP Class Schedule is now available on the Student Resouces pageThank you.

EAP Affairs

03 September 2020 By In LUJ Blog

Dear LUJ Academic Students, 

Fall 2020 Academic Term Calender has been updated on the Student Resouces. Please go to the Student Resources page to view it or download a copy.

Academic Affairs

01 September 2020 By In LUJ Blog

To LUJ students,

We have updated the LUJ COVID-19 Sanitizing Protocol on our Student Resources page. Please read it through and make yourself familiar with it!

 Student Affairs


28 August 2020 By In LUJ Blog

Dear EAP students,

Fall 2020 EAP Term Calendar is now published on the Student Resouces page. Please note that the classes will also be held on all national holidays.

EAP Affairs

23 August 2020 By In LUJ Blog

To all Academic students,

It's time to get ready for the fall 2020 semester!

With the new semester just around the corner, we’re happy to announce some new and improved ways for you to order class textbooks.

This fall many textbooks will be available to you online, with options for either renting or purchasing the e-textbook versions. Please check the textbook information found on your course syllabus. Students will be responsible for purchasing or renting their own e-textbooks.  The course syllabus is the only source you can view the book information, so please make sure to receive a copy in the first week.

The courses listed below are not available as e-books, so you will need to complete this online order form ( by Friday, September 11th. LUJ will be happy to send you the traditional, hard-copy textbooks free of shipping.


・Elementary Japanese I (JPN101)

・World History I (HIS101)

・Interpersonal Communication (COM211)

・Principles of International Business (BUS284)


Special Notes (please read carefully!):

  • Textbooks for GEN100 / GEN1101

GEN100 and GEN110 will use the same textbooks. If you already have textbooks from a previous Writing Workshop course, you do not need to order any books for GEN110.

  • Textbooks for ART280 / CPS100 / WRT212

There are no required textbooks for these courses. Your instructor will provide details regarding reading-based content and assignments.

Thank you for your cooperation!


Admissions Office

20 August 2020 By In LUJ Blog

Dear LUJ continuing students,

Starting from the next week, we will be mailing a new back sticker (for your student ID card) to students whose FA20 tuition payment is confirmed. The sticker verifies your enrollment in FA20 semester and will be sent to your current address.

Student Affairs

13 August 2020 By In LUJ Blog

Dear students in Academic Program and EAP Program,


Starting this semester, Summer 2020, students will be notified of their Dean's List standing and Academic Standing (such as Probation and Suspension) for the following term with Dean's Letters and Academic Standing Letters, respectively, electronically. Recipients receive the letters via e-mail sent to their LUJ Email addresses as PDF format, if not directly written in the message. 

Students who are on the Academic Probation this semester should check their LUJ Email inbox frequently after the semester ends as they may receive a notification that instructs them to take action by a certain date.

Academic/EAP Affairs

05 August 2020 By In LUJ Blog

LUJ Book Club Ueno Station flyer 1

LUJ students,

Looking for something interesting to be a part of during your break?  Join the LUJ Book Club!  It looks like you'll be in for a rather interesting read as explained by Dr. Tompkins in the following quote.  "We will be reading Yu Miri's new book Tokyo Ueno Station (180 pages) over the August break. It promises to be a good one--a bit of a summer ghost story. Yu Miri is a Zainichi (Korean Japanese) writer who moved to Fukushima prefecture after the 3/11 tsunami and nuclear disaster. Fukushima and Tokyo, both past and present, figure into the story; though we will have to read the story to figure out why a ghost is lurking in Ueno Station."


-Student Affairs

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