キャンパスライフ Campus Life
Campus Dormitory Features
Providing an international environment within the dormitories/Creating communities via multinational leaders
The dormitories at the Ito Campus are international dormitories where students from several different countries live together. A diverse mixture of students, from freshman to graduate school students (both master's and doctoral course candidates), live together in these dormitories.
Distinguishing them from other college dormitories that feature strict rules and hierarchies, here at the Ito Campus dormitories, we respect your private life and take measures into consideration that allow you to build human relationships and interact with other diverse students.
For that reason, we assign students who have experience living in the dormitories as dormitory leaders, so they become the nucleus of student interaction.
These dormitory leaders will not only help you out when you first move in, but will also give you advice on everyday life, so those living on their own for the first time can do so with peace of mind.
This dormitory is located at the center of campus and features a 1:1 ratio of international and Japanese students. (All rooms are individual)
This dormitory is located at the center of campus and features an 8:2 individual ratio of Japanese to international students. (All rooms are individual) Within the international dormitories, this is the one with the highest percentage of Japanese students.
This dormitory is located at the center of campus and features shared rooms that consist of 4 people per unit. They are organized into 2 international students and 2 Japanese students per unit. Living spaces are private, so they provide a moderate amount of privacy. The toilet, bath, kitchen, and dining room are shared between 4 people. Students who wish to live in a dense, communal environment in order to maximize their chances for international exchange, are selected for these units.
Ito Harmony House
This dormitory is located approximately 1km from the center of campus and features the largest amount of living spaces at the university with 581 rooms. We have established a 1:1 ratio between Japanese and international students in regards to individual rooms, so we are able to provide an environment where you can interact with international students on a daily basis.