Doshisha University provides a wide range of support services to help students lead a safe, enjoyable and rewarding student life. Support staff with specialized knowledge are available for consultation to solve any problems that students may encounter in their academic or daily life.
Various support is provided to help students maintain good physical and mental health.
Support initiatives for facilitating students’ independence and enhancing their interest in and motivation for social activities are implemented.
Support systems are implemented to ensure that students with disabilities have equal access to all aspects of university education and life.
Under a carefully designed support system considering each student’s future life plan, Doshisha University promotes student awareness of career development from the first year.
Doshisha’s educational policy of valuing the independent spirit of individuals cultivated in a liberal school culture, as well as the alumni’s firmly established reputation in career fields, ensures a consistently high rate of employment.
In order to build and maintain a close-knit network with our alumni, Doshisha University keeps everyone up to date and connected through its public relations magazine ‘ONE PURPOSE’ and e-mail newsletters, and also through operation of its alumni network ‘DOO NET’. The Homecoming Day is also an event that helps to ensure former students keep in close touch with the university. There is an alumni lounge on the first floor of the Harris Science Hall on the Imadegawa Campus, where alumni can drop in and feel at home.
Department of Doshisha Alumni Relations
Information about researchers and educators at Doshisha University can be searched either by name, faculty, research performance, or keywords.
DOORS is the online public access catalog of Doshisha University. You can search location or check the status of a book on DOORS.
Information can be searched by year, course, faculty, graduate school or subject.