Dormitories: Place where students study and practice Liberal Arts
The student dormitories of ICU are positioned as a place where students study and practice Liberal Arts. All dorms are located on the campus, richly endowed with nature, which brings a sense of the season. At the same time, their location is convenient for students to use the university facilities including the University Hall, Dining Hall and the Library.
The students living in the dorms include those from overseas as well as from Japan. Some 600 students live on campus, which is about 20% of total. Students from different background, having different characteristics, ways of thinking, languages, culture and religions live and study together in the dorms, and generally spend a fulfilling time enjoying the various events such as the Dormitory Festival.
In principle, students move into the dorm in April and September when they enroll and they stay in the dorm for 10 months a year, excluding the two month-long summer vacation (July and August).
The details of regulations of each dormitory, please visit Student Service Division's WEBSITE.
April, 2017: Grand Opening
In April 2017, two new dormitories will open as part of Campus Grand Design, ICU's basic plan for building new facilities and rebuilding some existing ones. Students, faculty, staff, and alumni worked together to create a complex that is beneficial for all students. The two dormitory buildings will be 5 stories and 7 stories to accommodate a total of 320 students.
ICU consigns the introduction of Off-Campus Housing such as Apartments, Student Dormitories, and Student Apartment Houses (other than homestays) to ICU Service Co., Ltd..
ICU Service, in cooperation with the cooperative agents, makes arrangements to provide beneficial conditions to students who are looking for off-campus residences. Also, ICU Service holds consultation events on-campus together with the cooperative agents.
If you have any inquiries regarding Apartments, Student Dormitories, or Student Apartment Houses, please contact ICU Service.
Living with a Japanese family with enable you to experience Japanese culture, daily life and also to practice your Japanese language. However, homestay is not much common in Japan, and the number of the host families is limited. ICU consigns the introduction of homestay families to Nextage Co. Ltd. Nextage makes arrangements to provide appropriate homestay families to students who are looking for host families in Japan. If you are interested in living with a host family in Tokyo, please contact the below cooperative agent directly.
5F., Toho Centre Bldg., 4-6 Kandasakuma-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 101-0025 Japan