On April 2023th and 4th, 26, Tokyo Keizai University distributed free rice to first-year students of all faculties.Many students visited the venue, and it was so well received that the inventory was almost exhausted one hour after the start of the second day.This initiative was distributed free of charge to all grades in December 27, and this time it was implemented for first-year students who have just started a new life.

 The distribution was carried out by students of the SDGs Student Committee and volunteer staff of the Student Support Project. I felt rewarded to be able to see theA student (3st year economics) who received the rice commented, "I live alone and my expenses for utilities and food have increased, so it's very helpful. I love rice, so I'm happy."

 Tokyo Keizai University plans to start a support project against high prices in late June 2023.Utilizing the support project of the Japan Student Services Organization and cooperating with the Tokyo Keizai University Co-op, we will distribute food and subsidize the cost of consumables (stationery and teaching materials) necessary for study. 6 students will be distributed a set of food assortments and library cards.

reference:[Tokyo Keizai University] Support due to high prices-Free rice distribution for all first-year students
Food and book cards will be distributed as a support project for high prices.

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Tokyo Keizai University is the predecessor of Okura Commercial School, which was founded in 1900 by Kihachiro Okura, a businessman who was active in the Meiji and Taisho eras.As a university that practices "academic-backed practical education" with the spirit of "advancement" and "responsibility and credibility" to move forward even in difficult times, it is highly ethical. […]

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