About the Facility
Kashiwa Library, The University of Tokyo
Along with the Hongo General Library in Hongo and the Komaba Library in Komaba, Kashiwa Library of the University of Tokyo is the library of Kashiwa Campus.
As the "home library" of the Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, it provides a variety of library services.
Books and research materials, as well as spacious reading rooms, are located on the second floor of the Library. On the first floor, there are seminar rooms and a media hall used for classes and symposiums, a terminal room for the Educational Computer System (ECCS) where database seminars are held. There is also a community salon and a rest corner where you can read magazines in a relaxing atmosphere.
In addition, there is an "Automated Stacks", which collects, stores, and provides previous issues of journals of natural sciences from the University of Tokyo. Currently it holds 360,000 academic journals.
You can enter the library with your student or staff ID card, and borrow books from the Kashiwa Library as well as books from other campus libraries, such as Hongo and Komaba, which can be later checked out and returned at Kashiwa Library.
Furthermore, there is a service that allows users to view articles published in the natural science journals stored in the Automated Stacks in PDF format (for a fee), and it is possible to make online purchase requests for materials necessary for research, learning, and education.
Throughout the year, events such as science cafes, exhibitions, concerts, and conferences are held at the Kashiwa Library to enrich your campus life!
For more information, please visit Kashiwa Library Website
Todai Kashiwa Donguri Nursery
Established at Kashiwa Campus in December 2008, it can take care of childrens of faculty, staff, students, and researchers at Kashiwa Campus.
We are responsible for the health care and medical treatment of students, faculty and staff enrolled at Kashiwa Campus.
Student Counseling Center, Research and Development Center for Counseling and Support, The University of Tokyo
Students can consult with us about their mental health issues.
The University of Tokyo Career Support Office
At the University of Tokyo, faculty members and administrative staff in charge of student employment at each faculty and graduate school have traditionally provided support for students in finding jobs. In May 2005, as a part of efforts to enhance services for students, the Career Support Office was established as a safety net function that complements the career support provided by each faculty. Also, the Career Support Office provides a career support e-mail newsletter for all international students enrolled at the University of Tokyo.
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