Guidelines for Examinations(Storm Warning etc.)
This guideline sets the rules for operations of undergraduate course and examination in the event of storm warning and public transportation shutdown.
Article 1 Cancel all classes and examinations as long as storm/special warnings have been issued in any of areas/municipalities in the Appendix table 1 below. The details of this rules is in and after Article 2. In principle, all cancelled examinations are held on the extra days.
Article 2 Conduct classes and examinations depend on when storm/special warning is lifted as described below.
【Nishinomiya-Uegahara and Nishinomiya-Seiwa Campus】
|If the warning is lifted by 6 am in all areas/municipalities||Classes and Examinations are conducted as usual.|
|If the warning is lifted by 8 am in all areas/municipalities||Classes and Examinations are conducted from 2nd period|
|If the warning is lifted by 10:30 am in all areas/municipalities||Classes and Examinations are conducted from 3rd period|
|If the warning is lifted by 12:00 pm in all areas/municipalities||Classes and Examinations are conducted from 4th period|
|If the warning is not lifted by 12:00 pm in all areas/municipalities||All classes and examinations are canceled.|
|If the warning is not lifted by 6:00 pm in all areas/municipalities||All classes and examinations are canceled.|
Article 3 If there is a prediction that storm/special warnings will be issued after 6 am in the next morning, the president decides the operation of classes and examinations according to Article 2.
Article 4 If a warning has been issued (for tsunami, volcanic mountain, and ground motion); which can be considered as equivalent to a special warning, the operation of classes and examinations will be made at the discretion of the president.
Article 5 When a transportation shutdown or delay is announced in advance, the operation of classes and examinations will be made at the discretion of the president based on the anticipated transportation schedule.
Article 6 In case of other contingency situations, decisions will be made at the discretion of the president.
Article 7 University board determines the revision or repeal of this guideline.
Article 8 This revised guideline takes effect October 2nd 2015.
Appendix table 1
|Hanshin||Kobe, Amagasaki, Nishinomiya, Ashiya, Itami, Takarazuka, Kawanishi, Sanda, Inagawa-cho|
|Hokuban-tanba||Nishiwaki, Sasayama, Tanba, Taka-cho|
|Harima-nantobu||Akashi, Kakogawa, Miki, Takasago, Ono, Kasai, Kato, Inami-cho, Harima-cho|
|Kita Osaka||Toyonaka, Ikeda, Suita, Takatsuki, Ibaraki, Minoh, Settsu, Torimoto-cho, Toyono-cho, Nose-cho|
|Tobu Osaka||Moriguchi, Hirakata, Yao, Neyagawa, Daito, Kashiwara, Kadoma, Higashi Osaka, Shijonawate, Katano|
|Minami / Kawachi||Tondabayashi, Kawachinagano, Matsubara, Habikino, Fujiidera, Osaka Sayama, Taishi-cho, Kanan-cho, Chihaya Asaka-mura|
|Senshu||Sakai, Kishiwada, Izumi Otsu, Kaizuka, Izumisano, Izumi, Takaishi, Sennan, Hannan, Tadaoka-cho, Kumatori-cho, Tajiri-cho, Misaki-cho|