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Campus Life - Dormitories

Takushoku University has two dorms for international students: Hachioji International Student Dormitory and Bunkyo International Student Dormitory (women’s dorm). Takushoku University student dorms independently organize various activities each year. These include, for example, research meetings, lectures and club activities, as well as new student welcome activities, social gatherings, opportunities to participate in various university events and volunteer activities. These activities are meant to foster a spirit of mutual cooperation in which students work together and help one another, as well as a spirit of independence, allowing students to express their individual personalities and autonomy. Each dorm offers a different feel and lifestyle, so be sure to do your research on both before applying for residency.

College House Fuso

College House Fuso

A new studio apartment-type dorm

Facility:
Four four-story buildings with 100 rooms (three men’s dorms and one women’s dorm), along with a retail building, cafeteria and bathing center.
Meals:
Includes two meals (breakfast and dinner), except in August, February, March and on Sundays and national holidays
Dorm:
¥62,000/month (includes meal fee)

Hachioji International Student Dormitory

Hachioji International Student Dormitory

Located only a seven-minute walk from the Hachioji International Campus buildings. Students can enjoy a quiet environment surrounded by greenery here.

Transportation:
A 15-minute walk from the south exit of Takao Station on the JR Keio Line
Facility:
Four-story steel-reinforced concrete building with security features
Meals:
Students cook their own meals
Curfew:
Midnight; doors reopen at 6 a.m. No exit/entry is allowed during this period.
Length of stay:
Two years, from April until the end of February two years later. (Students who want to stay another year will be subject to a review.)
Dorm fees:
Move-in fee: ¥5,000 (at time of move-in); second-year renewal: ¥5,000
Dorm fee (per person): ¥25,000/month (¥24,000/month only for the first floor of the men’s dorm)
Note: Dorm fees do not include utilities, which must be paid for by the resident.

Bunkyo International Student Dormitory (women’s dorm)

Bunkyo International Student Exchange Hall (women’s dorm)

A ten-minute walk from the Bunkyo Campus. A post office, convenience store and hospital are located nearby.

Transportation:
A ten-minute walk from Myogadani Station on the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line, or a five-minute walk from Gokokuji Station on the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line
Facility:
Four-story steel-reinforced concrete building with security features
Meals:
Students cook their own meals
Curfew:
11 p.m. (doors reopen at 6 a.m.)
Length of stay:
Two years, from April until the end of February two years later. (However, there is a review process in the second year.)
Dorm fees:
Move-in fee: ¥5,000 (one-time fee at move-in)
Type A: ¥30,000; Type B: ¥28,000
Notes:
- Students may not choose a specific room
- Fee includes utilities
- Internet service is based on individual contracts paid for individually by residents

Campus Life

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  2. Daily Life Support
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  5. Comments from Current International Students
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  7. An International Student's Day (living costs per month per person)
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