Student Life at Chuo University
Events for International Students
Chuo University offers students the opportunity to interact with each other. You will make friends with Japanese students and students from other countries. We offer various events and programs promoting international and intercultural exchanges.
The Kyudo Club
Kyudo is a kind of archery which developed as a martial art in Japan during the Muromachi period. Of course, International students can join the Kyudo club and challenge traditional Japanese sports. Chuo University has an emphasis on students' sports activities.
The Kendo Club
In a kendo match, participants wearing protective gear attack each other with bamboo swords called shinai. Of course, International students can join the Kendo club and challenge traditional Japanese sports. Chuo University has an emphasis on students' sports activities.
The Baseball Club
Chuo University's baseball club has won many times in college baseball league, and has produced many professional baseball players. Chuo University has an emphasis on students' sports activities.
Chuo University's International Residences provide places where students can develop an international perspective through communication with all types of individuals: new students coming from across Japan, international students, researchers, and exchange students from Chuo's partner institutions.
Chuo University Co-op
The Co-op shop at the Tama Campus (first floor, Hilltop '78) sells necessities such as books, stationery, and computers. It also provides a wide range of services including domestic/international travel arrangements, tickets, bookings for driving schools, mutual society insurance, and apartment referrals.
Tama Campus dining facilities can be found mainly in Hilltop '78. On the first and second floors and the south side of the fourth floor of Hilltop '78, the Co-op offers a diverse selection of foods, Japanese, Western, coffee, fast food, and patisseries.