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Mental and Physical Health Counseling ServicesCampus introduction

Health Management Center

Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 8:0 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (closed on Saturdays, Sundays, holidays, year-end and New Year's holidays)
Office: 1st Floor Multi-purpose Hall.

  1. Emergency services
    Students are encouraged to contact the Health Management Center or the faculty in cases of injury or when feeling unwell. The Health Management Center will provide the necessary services. (In principle, the Center does not prescribe medicine for internal use.)
  2. Health check-up
    The Health Management Center provides blood pressure measurement, body fat measurement, vision acuity check, and more. It also offers health guidance based on the results of each individual's regular physical examination.
  3. Annual physical examination
    Students are encouraged to undergo a regular physical examination conducted for all students annually during the months of April and May.
    Those who fail to have the annual physical examination done will have to pay for a physical examination outside the university and will not be issued any physical certificates for the purpose of applying for a scholarship, training, employment, or school admission, etc.
  4. Health counseling
    Please feel free to visit and ask for counseling on any health concerns you may have.
  5. Student counseling
    Students are free to drop by at the Health Management Center without prior appointment when the counselor is out of office or students do not know where to go for consultation.

Counseling Office

Student counseling is provided at the Counseling Office to ensure that students lead a fruitful student life. Students are encouraged to avail themselves of the professional counseling services provided by the office regarding concerns about academics, career path, future, school life, family life, friendships, romantic relationships, emotional problems, or whatever worries however small.
Confidential matters are kept and protected in confidence as requested by the person concerned. Students will also be introduced to other professional institutions when necessary or when so requested.

Appointments

In principle, the Counseling Office operates on an appointment basis. However, students are free to come in for consultation without appointment when there are no other consultations.
When there are other consultations or when the counselor is out of office, students may contact the Health Management Center or the Student Affairs Division.

  • Office: Counseling Office, 1st Floor Multi-purpose Hall.
  • Hours of operation:Monday to Friday 8:0 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
    (Closed on Saturdays, Sundays, holidays, year-end and New Year's holidays)
  • Telephone numbers Counseling Office: 0980-51-1054
    (Student Affairs Division)
  • Health Management Center: 0980-51-1066
  • Student Affairs S Division: 0980-51-1054

Harassment Counseling

Meio University has established regulations and policies in order to prevent or eliminate violations of human rights such as sexual harassment and academic harassment. Harassment is not only unpleasant to the person being harassed; it also inflicts deep emotional trauma and physical pain and suffering. To ensure any harassment does not worsen, students are encouraged to seek counseling early so that the university can address and resolve the problem.
The university safeguards the reputation and privacy of students who undergo counseling and address problems without disadvantaging the students, while resolving the problems to prevent students from becoming targets of retaliation.

Consultation

Students who experience harassment may go to the Counseling Office, Health Management Center, Student Affairs Division or General Affairs Division. Consultation is treated with confidentiality and students are encouraged to select the office they feel most approachable. Students may also opt for the method of counseling described below.
By postal mail: Students may write and mail a confidential letter addressed to the head of the General Affairs Division.

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