Due to the pandemic of the COVID-19 infection, almost Japanese university were to move the classes online. Heretofore, there were canceled as a face-to-face gave the guidance for entrance ceremony, registering for the course and lectures except for special skill trainings. Almost university student had to join the classes from their room of the residence. Under in ordinary circumstances, it was free utilization of campus equipment as open space PC and library for their own learning. For the experienced student, it was prepared high performance computer in each laboratory. However there were expected up to about 90 minutes in a day by 5 frames, approximately totally 8 hours at the longest, and additional assignments of these lessons will be handled by telework in their room. Originally, it was hard to say that all university students were able to get telework in an appropriate environment, because of conditions precedent using campus equipment as schooling. Moreover, prolonged VDT work in improper posture cause to increase the frequency of ergonomic injuries and illnesses. The purpose of this study was to investigate the individual student environment of working for ICT in the rooms. The individual data from photo was classification desk, chair, chair with armrest or not, desk light, cushion for ergonomic evaluation as a guideline of Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare. The Data were collected over 300 students via cloud e-Learning system from May to December in 2020.There were 30% student who has no chair, using low table and sitting the floor. There were 23% student has used Japanese style low table called Chabudai for the attend their classes. The major findings out of this study, it was not enough the equipment for the long hours study in a day about 23% student from their room. There was significant difference population proportion teszt between male and female, using desk or low table. It was conducted an online questionnaire to over 300 university students in their 20s to investigate whether an appropriate working environment was established. Compare and evaluate with the ideal working environment and report the current situation.