Classes when Whether Warnings are Issued
Below is an excerpt of the Japanese version of “Course Enrollment Handbook.” If certain contents differ from the Japanese version, please adhere to the Japanese version’s content. If you have questions, please inquire at the office window.
When Weather Warnings are Issued
This condition for class cancellation is applicable only for courses provided by CELAS. For other courses, please follow the instruction by the relevant department.
If a weather warning of the following types and ranges is issued, we will proceed as follows.
Warning cancelled before 6:00 a.m.: All classes held
Warning cancelled before 9:00 a.m.: Morning classes cancelled, afternoon classes held
Warning not cancelled before 9:00 a.m. (*1): All classes cancelled
Warning issued after 9:00 a.m.: Classes cancelled from the following period on
(*1) The School of Foreign Studies and the Graduate School of Language and Culture’s Language and Society Department (including the former School of Language and Society) will hold classes for periods 6 and 7 if the warning is cancelled earlier than 3:00 p.m.
Warning Issue Range
Osaka, Toyonaka, Suita, Ibaraki, and Mino or areas including these cities
Storm warning or Emergency Warning (*2)
(*2) "Emergency Warnings" are issued when there is an extremely high danger of disaster owing to heavy rain, storms, snow storms, waves, and high tides and the danger far exceeds the usual announcement criteria for a “warning.”
Confirmation of cancellation of warnings will be broadcast by TV, radio, and the Internet.