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History and Profile

  • Oct, 2009
     
    The Working Group for Establishing Support System for Students with Disabilities was set up.
  • Feb, 2010
     
    The Regulation on support for students with disabilities in Nagoya University and the Agreement on support for students with disabilities in Nagoya University were regulated. They were implemented from April 1, 2010.
  • Mar, 2010
     
    The working group of establishing support system for students with disabilities was dismissed.
  • Apr, 2010
     
    The Office for Students with Disabilities was set up in the Center for Student Counseling. The Working Group on support for students with disabilities was set up.
  • Mar, 2012
     
    ‘AIR’, a group of student supporters, got ‘President’s Award of Nagoya University’.
  • Apr, 2012
     
    The Agreement on support for students with disabilities in Nagoya University was revised.
  • Oct, 2012
     
    The Branch Office of the Office for Students with Disabilities was set up on 2F, Building 3, North Wing, School of Engineering / Graduate School of Engineering.
  • Sep, 2013
     
    The Office for Students with Disabilities was moved to current location.
  • Nov, 2014
     
    ‘AIR’, a group of student supporters, got ‘Good Presentation Award’ at 10th Symposium organized by the Postsecondary Education Programs Network of Japan (PEPNet-Japan).
  • Apr, 2016
     
    The Office for Student with Disabilities started to collaborate with Disability Services Office.
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  • The OSD in Nagoya University aims to insure that equal opportunities are provided to all students with disabilities and that they are as valued in their dignity and enjoy the same basic campus lives as the students without disabilities.
  • Why don't you come and talk to us if you have any questions!
    You are welcome to come and visit us if you have any problems with your disabilities.
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