The ILAS Student Desk is open from 8:30 to 18:45 while classes are in session and during testing and feedback period. During breaks, it is open from 8:30 to 17:15. (However, it is closed on Saturdays, Sundays, Public Holidays, Kyoto University Foundation Day (Jun 18), from Mon. to Wed. in the third week in August, and New Year's holiday (December 29-January 3).) In addition, the office closes temporarily with notifying in advance.
Instructors' office hours can be confirmed by the ”Office hours” page on KULASIS or "List of instructors in charge of LASC" (not allowed to be taken out) at the ILAS Student Desk. Part-time instructors do not have their office in campus. Therefore, unless they have office hours, visit their classroom before or after class. We don't offer any closed contact information regarding part-time lecturers. When you make an appointment or visit an instructor, you must prepare questions in advance and ask your instructor, for example, "Would you be so kind to tell me about (something)?".
If we can specify who lost the property, we report the owner via KULASIS. A lost property whose owner is not identified, contact the following. [Place where you think you misplaced it] -> [Make inquiry to:] Yoshida-South Library -> Library counter Academic Center for Computing and Media Studies (South Bldg.) -> 1st floor office of the building Yoshida Co-op store, Yoshida cafeteria -> Yoshida Co-op store counter, Yoshida cafeteria Other areas of Yoshida-South Campus ->Lost property Box in Report Box Room, 1st floor, ILAS Bldg. or Properties and Maintenance section, 1st floor office, Yoshida-South Campus Bldg. No.1 Out of Yoshida-South Campus -> The nearest office from the place you assumed you misplaced it
Please come to pick up your lost items promptly, or they will be disposed.
Password for automatic certificate issuing machine is your ECS-ID (student account) password. If you forgot your ECS-ID password, bring your student ID card and ask to reissue a new password at the Academic Center for Computing and Media Studies (South Bldg.) support desk. After receiving a new password, you can change it to your own easy-to-remember password.
You can inquire about applying in early October every year. Applications will be accepted in November based on eligibility for transfer. Details are available on the Liberal Arts and Sciences bulletin board, faculty's bulletin boards and KULASIS in mid-September.
Please change it on “Registration Information” page on KULASIS. Be careful that even if you change your address on KULASIS, it will not be reflected immediately to the Commuter Certification made by automatic certificate issuing machines.
Neither of them are available to individuals. For receiving an authorization for club activities uses, apply to the properties and supplies office at the 1st floor, Yoshida-South Campus Bldg. No.1 by 25th of the previous month before use.
Look in KULASIS "Syllabus". Classroom changes are reflected in KULASIS “Syllabus”. However; some courses may change classrooms for a brief period, so check temporary classroom changes on electronic bulletin board or in KULASIS. To view classroom layout, refer to "Facilities Guide" of this homepage or "Handbook of Liberal Arts and Sciences Courses". As for 1st year students, please refer to the “Essentials of Handbook of Liberal Arts and Sciences Courses” distributed in the 1st year students guidance.
In principle, there is no official permission to be absent in the Liberal Arts and Sciences courses. Please report it to your instructor and ask how a teacher deals with it. However, based on “Kyoto University Guidelines for Cancellation of Classes, etc. in the Event of a Disaster or Other Emergency”, a class absence notification might be accepted depending on the situations.
Use the Common Portal for All Students (https://student.iimc.kyoto-u.ac.jp). ID and password are ECS-ID. If you are not sure of ID or password, ask at the Academic Center for Computing and Media Studies (South Bldg.).
All emails from KULASIS are sent to students’ mail service, KUMOI address. Log in the KUMOI website via Common Portal for All Students and check emails. If the email forwarding service does not work, please check if the forwarding email address is correct and forwarded emails are not detected as a junk email.
As a general rule, assignments with any delay are not accepted for any reason. As an exception, if a special weather warning or a storm warning is issued in the day of an assignment deadline, the deadline of the assignment is extended by one day.