T-ACT (Tsukuba Action Project) is a project to support your "I want to do it".

Flow for launching a plan

Flow for launching a plan

Do not overthink it and simply take the first step.
After making an application, you will be able to receive a variety of support from T-ACT, from getting approval for your plan to implementing it.


Follow the procedure below.

  1. 1. If you would like to launch a plan, go to Planning T-ACT Project Entry of T-ACT Action/Planon this website and fill in theMY T-ACT Project new registration.In the beginning, just fill in what you can. It is okay to just write “undecided” if you are not sure yet.
  2. 2. Feel free to consult with a T-ACT Consultant when making an application or if you have any questions during the application.
  3. 3. Work on the application until it is approved. Consult with a T-ACT Consultant about making the details of your plan more specific and getting other students and faculty/staff members involved in order to prepare for the T-ACT Action/Plan deliberation.
  4. 4. If you receive approval in the T-ACT Action/Plan deliberation, you can proudly begin your activities as a T-ACT Plan. You may also receive temporary approval or be put on hold, but you can try again multiple times! You can also receive partial support, so please try to improve your activity.
  5. 5. When the plan is finished, report on the activities, including what went well and what could have been improved. Awards are also given out to plans every six months based on the activity reports, so you might even be nominated!

Hints for activities

First of all, visit the T-ACT Forum.

Consult with the T-ACT Forum even if you only have a vague idea for a project you want to launch.

Find like-minded people!

“Two heads are better than one.” Rather than trying to solve something alone, collaborating with like-minded people will open the way to diverse possibilities.
Find a student organizer to work with on the activity. The experience of delegating work and relying on people, whether they are trusted friends or strangers you have just met, is extremely valuable. Furthermore, you will need support from faculty and staff members to perform the activities. Welcome faculty and staff members as powerful allies and partners.

Hold meetings.

Planners communicate their thoughts and ideas to their collaborators, and exchange opinions with organizers and participants. The more you bounce opinions off each other, the deeper your mutual understanding will become. It may also show you various kinds of trouble in your relationships with other people.
Organizers should get members together, respect the opinion of every person, and create an environment in which each person feels that they can express themselves safely.

Maintain a challenging spirit.

It is natural to feel nervous and worried before starting something new.
However, it is a waste to give up and think that something is impossible before you have even tried to do it. Even if you think something was a failure, other people might think that it was worth trying.
Furthermore, even if something did not go well, the experience itself will surely be useful in taking the next step. Take up a small challenge and brighten up your university life!

Cautions for T-ACT Activities

Acceptable activities for T-ACT

T-ACT activities are limited to those approved by the T-ACT Promotion Office, and approved activities are indicated by a T-ACT recognition stamp. Other activities will not be recognized as T-ACT activities. In principle, T-ACT activities must be experiences that will enable students to grow, and must protect the independence of students. Accordingly, the activities should mainly be things that the students want to do by themselves.

Observance of rules (see the student handbook)

T-ACT activities must be carried out in compliance with the University of Tsukuba Regulations Regarding Student Activities PDF and other regulations.
In addition to the procedures to receive permission for posting and distribution described in Article 14 (Posting) and Article 18 (Distribution) of the University of Tsukuba Regulations Regarding Student Activities, permission can also be received by following the procedure below.

Permission for Posting and Distribution

When students who have approval to conduct T-ACT activities wish to post or distribute documents, posters, signs, or other drawings (“Documents etc.”) on campus, they may apply for approval on the T-ACT Forum to receive a seal of approval from the T-ACT Promotion Office, which can be used in place of permission from the university president. Matters other than the procedure for gaining permission (such as the period of posting, the size of the Document, etc., and restrictions on posting) will be governed by the University of Tsukuba Regulations Regarding Student Activities.

Seeking cooperation from groups or individuals outside the university

The independent operation of the students must be ensured if the T-ACT activity is conducted in cooperation with groups or individuals outside the university.

Application for an external link

When students and faculty/staff members apply for off-campus links for the T-ACT website, they must comply with the “Clarification of Responsibility for Sharing Information” and the “Matters to Comply with in Connection with Information Disclosure” that can be found in the“Guidelines to Use Information Systems at the University of TsukubaPDF set forth by the Academic Computing and Communications Center at the Organization for Information Infrastructure of the University of Tsukuba.
In principle, website links for T-ACT activities made by students and faculty/staff members will be deleted when the activities are finished.


T-ACT Promotion Office (T-ACT Forum) 1-1-1 Tennodai, Tsukuba City, Ibaraki, 305-8577

Flow for launching a plan