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Service & Facilities

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The following on-campus services and facilities are available to students with hearing or visual impairments, enabling them to live and study with peace of mind.


Services for Hearing Impaired Students

Communication guidance

Sign language guidance is provided for new students who entered the school recently.

Various visual aid presentations

A variety of visual aids are available for lessons such as video materials with subtitles and contents displayed on large-screen projectors.

Summary notes for lessons by part-time lecturers

Summary notes are provided for lessons by external lecturers who cannot communicate by sign language so that lesson contents can be presented properly.

Supplementary lessons for foreign language lessons and math and science lessons

Tutors are employed to provide supplementary lessons to individuals in subjects where gaps in academic achievement can easily occur, such as foreign languages or math and science.

Fitting hearing aids

A hearing aid fitting service is provided to ensure correct use of hearing aids.

Communication bulletins via CATV system

A cable television system is used to broadcast campus bulletins and other news via text or video.

Various other student services may be provided according to demand.

Services for Visually Impaired Students

Braille guidance

Partially blind students who have not studied Braille before are provided with training in reading and writing Braille.

Walking guidance

If required, new students are guided on foot to familiarize them with the campus grounds and surrounding area so that they can get around the campus without difficulty.

Transliteration and Braille translation services

A service is provided for converting printed study materials into an audible format (DAISY).

Information literacy education

A course on how to use screen reader software and image expansion software is available at the start of the academic year.

Support equipment lending and advice

The completely blind and the partially sighted can borrow a range of support equipment as well as obtain advice on how to use it or purchase their own.

Sports facilities enabling safe exercise

A safe environment for enjoying sports and leisure activities is provided by the installation of wall cushions and sound signs.

Other kinds of student support are also provided according to demand.

Center for Integrative Medicine

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The Center was established for integrating Western and Oriental medicine, and offers opportunities for clinical training for the students of Acupuncture course. The center provides a place of clinical study for teachers and contributes to the development of the community medicine through clinical activities by combined Eastern and Western medicine.
Establishment and Initiation as Tsukuba College of Technology Clinic: April 1, 1992.
OPEN: 8:30-11:00, 13:00-15:00 on Monday through Friday

Medical care departments

Outpatient Clinic (6 doctors)

  • Internal Medicine
  • Neurology
  • Orthopedics
  • Pediatrics
  • Allergy
  • Psychiatry
  • Traditional herbal Medicine

Outpatients Practice (13 acupuncturists/moxibustionists)

  • Acupuncture and Moxibustion

Major Examination

Image Diagnosis;

  • General Teleradiography
  • Gastric Fluoroscopy
  • Computed Tomography (CT)
  • Bone Densitometry
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
  • Echography
  • Thermography

Function Test; 

  • Electroencephalography (EEG)
  • Electromyography (EMG)
  • Electrocardiography (ECG)
  • Respiratory
  • Pulse Wave Velocity (PWV)

The Center was established for integrating Western and Oriental medicine, and offers opportunities for clinical training for the students of Acupuncture course. The center provides a place of clinical study for teachers and contributes to the development of the community medicine through clinical activities by combined Eastern and Western medicine.