|Survey costs totaled 1 million yen in the initial FY1973 budget.
|The Saitama Prefectural Junior College was decided to be established by April 1975 in the Saitama Prefecture Mid-Term Plan.
|The main building design commission totaled approximately 17.6 million yen in the September 1973 supplementary budget.
|The Saitama Prefectural Health Junior College Foundation Preparatory Committee was launched.
|Construction costs and expenses totaled approximately 1.2 billion yen in the initial FY1974 budget.
The Saitama Prefectural Health Junior College Ordinance was promulgated.
|The Health Junior College Preparatory Office was established.
|The Ministry of Education approved the establishment of Saitama Prefectural Health Junior College.
|The Saitama Prefectural Health Junior College was established.
Toshitada Kato was appointed as President.
The Department of Nursing and Night Courses were designated as schools prescribed in Article 21, Paragraph 1 of the Community Nurse, Midwife and Hospital Nurse Law by the Ministry of Education.
The Department of Health Sciences was designated as the school prescribed in Article 15, Paragraph 1 of the Act on Clinical Laboratory Technicians, etc. by the Ministry of Education.
The first entrance ceremony was held.
|The college founding ceremony was held.
|The gymnasium and auditorium completed construction.
|The Nursing Training Center completed construction.
|The library completed construction.
|Keiichiro Matsuoka was appointed Acting President.
The Minister of Education approved additional departments for the Saitama Prefectural Health Junior College.
The Minister of Education accepted the notification of new departments from the Saitama Prefectural Health Junior College.
|An ordinance that revised some of the Saitama Prefectural Health Junior College Ordinance (new departments, majors and expanded number of students enrolled in the Nursing Department) was promulgated.
|The Departments of Dental Health Science and Child Science, together with the divisions of Regional Nursing and Midwifery, were established.
The Minister of Education designated the Department of Dental Health Science as a school prescribed in Article 12, Paragraph 1 of the Dental Hygienists Act.
The Minister of Health and Welfare designated the Department of Child Science as a school prescribed in Article 13, Paragraph 1-1 of the Enforcement Ordinance of the Child Welfare Act.
The Minister of Education designated the Division of Community Nursing as a school prescribed in Paragraph 1, Article 19 of the Community Nurse, Midwife and Hospital Nurse Law, and the Division of Midwifery as a school prescribed in Paragraph 1, Article 20 of the same law.
The enrollment capacity of the Department of Nursing was changed (from 40 students to 80 students).
|Masami Hashimoto was appointed as President.
|Minoru Muramatsu was appointed as President.
|Nobuo Onodera was appointed as President.
|The University Assembly Hall completed construction.
|The National Institution for Academic Degrees recognizes the Divisions of Community Nursing and Midwifery as majors prescribed in Article 6 of its Academic Degree Regulation.
|Nobuo Onodera was reappointed as President.
|Classes were reorganized into five-day school weeks.
|The Shakaijin (adult student) admissions system started.
|Jyubei Katabami was appointed as President.
|The 20th anniversary ceremony was held.
|Jyubei Katabami was reappointed as President.
|The Junior College moved to the Sannomiya district in Koshigaya, Saitama (adjacent to Saitama Prefectural University), and changed its name to Saitama Prefectural Junior College.
Sadanori Kitagawa was appointed as President.
The enrollment capacity for the Department of Nursery was changed (from 60 students to 30 students).
|The Division of Community Nursing closed.
|Hiroshi Yanagawa was appointed as President.
The Education Research Center was established.
|The Department of Nursing Evening Courses closed.
|The Departments of Dentistry Health and Nursery closed.
|Susumu Sato was appointed as President.
|Saitama Prefectural Junior College closed.