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June 5 UPDATED
At SFC, education and research will be carried out on the premise that students will not come to campus, and all classes of the Faculty of Policy Management, the Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, and the Graduate School of Media and Governance will be conducted online for the Spring Semester 2020. From Monday, June 8 onward, phased usage of some facilities will be implemented in order to conduct education and research at Keio campuses once safety can be ensured from the standpoint of preventing viral infections.
For details, please check "Use of campus facilities".
The Government of Japan has declared a state of emergency and has requested that everyone refrain from going out unless it is essential. Going out for essential activities such as grocery shopping, seeing a doctor, etc. is allowed. Public transportation will keep running. Businesses will be categorized into three groups: ones to close, ones asked to close, and ones that are essential. When going to a place for an unavoidable reason, it is recommended that you check to see if it is open before you leave home. When it is necessary to go out, avoid close contact with people.
Please refer to the below websites for detailed information:
Course Registration for Spring Semester AY2020
April 29 UPDATED
Academic Orientation for New Students (Japanese version only) AY2020
The Procedure of Screening Students
On fall semester 2017, the screening method of Automatic Screening (Lottery) was changed; "Course Preferences (Degree of desire to take a course)" and "The Upper Limit" was adopted. Besides, we changed the procedure for the pre-registration on SFC - SFS, so be sure to check the following contents.
Please check SFC-SFS for the further details.
1. Log into SFC-SFS and access the "Pre-Registration Entry" screen
(a) Access SFC-SFS and Log into the system with your CNS account.
(b) Click on the [Pre.Reg-Entry] button.
2. Read the instruction in the "HOW TO ENTRY" section
3. Add Classes to "MY-Timetable (tentative)" in the "Student Selection Entry" screen
(a) Click on <ADD> in the timetable.
(b) Choose a course from the list and click on <ADD>
(c) The course have chosen is added to MY-Timetable (tentative). You can add courses to MY-Timetable as much as you like, but you can apply for screening to only one course per one period. (except for the courses offered in half of semester)
4. Submit Assingment (Screening by submitted assignment)
(a) Scroll to the "Entry for Screening" section below the "MY-TIMETABLE" section
(b) Click on the "Submit" button (Screening by submitted assignment)
(c) Accepting format of assignment are "Upload File" and/or "Input Text". You have to submit by designated format. You can submit/update assignment whenever before the deadline. Only the last submission will be reviewed for selection.
5. Click the "Entry" button
(a) Click on the "Entry" button. (Screening by submitted assignment: confirm that your assingment is submitted )
Clicking on the "Entry" botton is required for not only for courses with screening by submitted assignment but also by lottary.
(b) Entry is completed. Confirm color of the whole column is light grey. You can add courses to MY-Timetable as much as you like, but you can submit a selection entry to only one course in one period. (except for courses offered in half of semester)
6. Set "Course Preferences" (Degree of desire to take a course) (Screening by lottary)
(a) After click on the "Entry" button, "Set Preferences" botton appears for the courses with screening by lottary and you can change the "weight".
*Initial value "1" (weakest) will be set as a weight.
(b) In "Set Course Preferences" window, you can adjust the value for all the applying courses which are courses with screening by lottaly at once. Please adjust the values for the courses that reflect your will, then "Update".
7. View the Result
(a) Click [Sel.Result] on the top of the page of the COURSE tab.
(b) After the result is registered, you can confirm it in the "Result" column. * You have to register the course to the "MY-Timetable (tentative)" to view the result.
8. Course Registration via Gakuji Web System
You MUST register all courses you take during Course registration period via Gakuji Web System.
In the faculty of Policy Management and the faculty of Environment and Information Studies, some courses restrict the number of students in a class. Students of SFC apply for screening on SFC-SFS (a kind of lesson support system), however, you cannot log into SFC-SFS and apply for screening because you don't have a network account. You can apply it at Shonan Fujisawa ITC, but if you have it, you cannot log into SFC-SFS after the course registration period.
So, if you desire to register courses which restrict the number of students, please confirm the screening information in the syllabi (you can view in the campus-wide network) in advance and contact the faculty member in the syllabi.
Syllabus (SEMINAR・SPECIAL RESEARCH PROJECT)
Language Communication・Fundamentals of Information Technology・Wellness・Data Science
Course Registration for Master's Program Courses Offered by the Graduate School of Media and Governance
Students can register Program Courses (excluding courses held in parallel with the faculties) offered by the Graduate School of Media and Governance while enrolled as an undergraduate, and if they advance to the Graduate School of Media and Governance after graduation, up to eight credits earned from these courses may be counted as credits required for completing the master's program. Check keio.jp for the further details such as the procedures for course registration.
Mutual Course Registration of National Institute of Technology, Tsuruoka College and the Faculty of Agriculture, Yamagata University
The details are available at keio.jp.
Fieldwork-related Subjects Registration "Field Research 1/2" (for Undergraduate Students)
Students will be allowed to register for Fieldwork-related Courses, such as "Field Research 1/2" after conducting research (fieldwork) or working in the companies (internship) during the spring or summer breaks within or outside Japan. Both activities must be related to individual research themes. Students who wish to take such courses must carefully read the guidelines below and submit necessary documents during the submission period in order to obtain approval before they begin fieldwork research or internship. Students are not permitted to register for any Fieldwork-related Courses when they conducted fieldwork research or internship during semester.
Students who will conduct overseas activities such as fieldwork, internships, etc., for fieldwork-related courses are required to undertake a comprehensive assessment of measures for safety in relation to public security in the relevant overseas country/region.
Keio University requires students participating in Fieldwork Courses overseas to enroll in Overseas Students Safety Management Assistance provided by Emergency Assistance Japan Co., Ltd. and a comprehensive overseas travel insurance that meets the requirements set by the university.
（Jun. 12, 2020 updated）
(1) Submission of Plan Sheet for Fieldwork-related Subjects(Fieldwork 1/2)
No additional information at the present moment. (To be revised in Nov, 2020)
(2) Submission of Reports
No additional information at the present moment. (To be revised in Apr, 2021)
（Jun. 12, 2020 updated）
(1) Submission of Plan Sheet for Fieldwork-related Subjects
(2) Submission of Reports
No additional information at the present moment. (To be revised in Sep, 2020)
<For both fieldwork research and internship>
<For fieldwork research>
Course Registration FAQ
Please read SFC GUIDE 2019 vol.2 (English version) 3. Course Registration (p.20～) thoroughly as there important items other than those listed below.
What should I do if I forget my password?
Students of the Faculty of Policy Management and Faculty of Environment and Information Studies can log-in to Gakuji Web System from SFC-SFS. No password is required for the Gakuji Web System. If you forgot your password for log-in to SFC-SFS, please visit ITC at Shonan Fujisawa Campus.
Do I have to record "My Timetable" on SFC-SFS?
Students are encouraged to record their class schedule on SFC-SFS. Remember that recording your courses in "My Timetable" is not the same as completing registration. Be sure to register for your courses within the registration period.
I'm not able to register courses offered at other faculty in "My Timetable" on SFC-SFS.
You can only record courses offered at SFC on your "My Timetable".
How can I change the course field?
A registered course field cannot be changed directly. You need to first delete the course you registered, then register the field you wish to change to.
I've obtained permission to register, but get an error message saying "NOT PERMITTED".
An error message is displayed when a student who has not obtained advance permission to register in Designated Classes or Courses with Restriction on the Number of Students attempts to register such courses.
I'd like to know how to register Graduation Projects.
Go to "Search by Timetable", select "4th Year" for the student year and "Others" for the day of the week. Or, go to "Search by Registration Number", and input your registration number, and complete registration.
How do I register for courses divided to the first half and second half of a semester?
Please register both first half and second half during the course registration period. If first half and second half both have the same day of the week and same period, you will not be able to register at one time via "Search by Timetable", so please follow either step below:
Some courses have similar course names, but with different contents in brackets, e.g., "Civil Law (Property)" and "Civil Law (Family Law)", or "Region and Society (Asia-Pacific)" and "Region and Society (Europe and CIS Countries)", etc. Is it possible to register these as separate courses so they are included in credits for advancement/graduation?
Yes. If the course names have different content in the brackets, they are not considered to be duplicate courses. Note: This does not apply to subjects with (GIGA) in the course title and subjects held at other faculties.
Is it required to register Class Designated Courses for the 1st semester (the enrolled semester)?
No. Please carefully check the requirements for advancement and graduation and how to register them after the 2nd semester on the SFC GUIDE, however.
I belong to one of the Keio University Athletic Association. Is it necessary for me to register for Physical Education courses?
Yes, course registration for Physical Education courses is compulsory. Please consult with a full-time physical education faculty member for information on the handling of students belonging to the Athletic Association.
Must I register my Graduation Project entor's Seminar in order to register for a Graduation Project?
It is not compulsory, however you should follow the instructions of your Graduation Project Mentor.
Can I chose a faculty member from another faculty (Part-time Lecturer or Professor Emeritus) as my Graduation Project Mentor?
Only SFC full-time faculty members can become Graduation Project Mentors.
Is it possible for students not in the GIGA Program to register courses that are indicated by (GIGA)?
Yes. However, all courses in the GIGA Program are offered in English only. Please be aware that specific English ability may be required to take the course. (i.e. TOEFL (PBT) score of 525 or above: the same level as the requirement for Project English C)
Do language courses offered at other faculties count towards SFC Language Communication courses?
I am unable to advance/graduate due to registration failures in courses with student number restrictions or pre-registration of foreign languages. What can I do?
Unfortunately, the only thing you can do is to find different courses that you are able to register for at this time.
Is it possible to audit a course without registering?
No, the audit system is available only for non-degree students. Please register for each course you plan to take.
If I earned C in a course, then re-registered and earned A or B, would my grades be overwritten?
No. The former grade will not be overwritten. In addition, courses with the same name can be registered only onece, even if the instructor differs, to earn credits required for advancement to the next year or graduation, in principle.
Can I re-register for a course that I failed (received a grade of D)?
Yes, it is possible. However, even if you pass and earn credits the second time you take the course, your previous grade of D will not be overwritten.
I am a student entered before Academic Year 2014. How are my credits are converted to 2014 Rules and Regulations?
We are going to send an email about this conversion to the students. Please check your CNS email address.