Before starting a summer break - To all SFC students

Motohiro Tsuchiya, Dean of the Faculty of Policy Management

Akira Wakita, Dean of the Faculty of Environment and Information Studies

Fumitoshi Kato, Dean of the Graduate School of Media and Governance

All lectures and exams for the Spring Semester, which were conducted entirely
online, have now been completed. Despite being in a challenging environment, we
believe that you have learned a great deal.

Your summer break is about to begin. You will no longer be bound by class
schedules and thus be free to spend your own time however you like.

All of us hope that you will have a rewarding summer vacation. For that to
happen, we ask that you take all possible precautions against COVID-19
(coronavirus disease).

Throughout the past few months, we have learned that the little things we do as
individuals can have a significant impact on the circumstances surrounding
COVID-19 both locally and nationally. We ask that you make your health and
safety a top priority as you enjoy your summer to protect yourself and your
loved ones.

[Response to COVID-19 (coronavirus disease)]