The University of Tsukuba has introduced self-instructive e-learning course “INFOSS Information Ethics” as part of information security education. This e-learning course provides students with knowledge and manners related to information and communication technology so that they will not cause a problem or will not be victimized in this information society. Undergraduates will be prompted to take the course in common fundamental subject course “Information Literacy”, and students with other statuses should take it as well voluntarily.
For more information about “INFOSS”, visit the following website:
INFOSS Information Ethics Course’ e-Learning Course
After graduation, completion of studies or retirement, you will not be able to use the Zengaku Computer System anymore. Also, if you advance to graduate school, your student ID number will change and therefore you will not be able to use your current ID.
Please be aware that if you leave the University of Tsukuba, you will no longer be able to use your “@u.tsukuba.ac.jp” from Active!mail or email clients.
If you remain as a member of the university after resignation or retirement, you can continue to use your @u.tsukuba.ac.jp by submitting an application.
Please review the following information and take necessary steps depending on your situation.
1. If you do not remain as a member of the university after resignation or retirement
By setting up email forwarding, messages sent to your @u.tsukuba.ac.jp can be received at another email address. This email forwarding is valid for six months after resignation or retirement.
For more information, see the following webpage:
Mail Forwarding Setup (Active! mail)
Lifelong E-Mail Service (@alumni.tsukuba.ac.jp)
2. If you continue to be a member of the university as a professor emeritus or another position after resignation or retirement
To continue to use your @u.tsukuba.ac.jp, please submit an application after Professor Emeritus Awards Ceremony or after your new employment has started.
For the procedures, email email@example.com or call 029-853-2452 (Academic Computing & Communications Center Office).
There were smoke emission and ignition accidents of personal devices plugged into electrical outlets in satellite computer rooms. Except for permitted devices such as satellite terminals and projectors, do not use power taps and outlets in computer rooms.
Do not remove connected plugs without permission, because removing them causes to interfere with classes and maintenance works.