Lecture Hall 1
Lecture Hall 2
Lecture Hall 3
Lecture Hall 4
Lecture Hall 5
Lecture Hall 6
Taizo Kaneko Memorial Library
Dining Hall 1
Dining Hall 2
Dining Hall 3
Campus 1 is conveniently located approximately five minutes' walk from the south exit of Kasumigaseki Station on the Tobu Tojo Line, about 36 minutes' by express train from Ikebukuro Station. The flags of a number of countries of foreign students studying on campus flutter at the front entrance, symbolizing the international academic atmosphere of the university.
Adjacent lies the Taizo Kaneko Memorial Library, which bears the name of TIU's founder and houses 320,000 books. Lecture Halls from 1 to 6 are used for daily classes. Lecture Hall 1 is an intelligent building that serves as the hub of TIU's information education. It is equipped with Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) classrooms, a PC-practice room, and a PC room shared by students, bustling with people working on reports and browsing information on the Internet at all times. Lecture Hall 2, with impressive glass walls reaching to the ceiling and a large open stairway, houses the Entrance Examination Section and the Extension Center on the first floor, and an English Lounge and international exchange facilities on the second. The auditorium, which is equipped with a high-vision screen, accommodates an audience of approximately 850, and is mainly used for concerts and lectures.
Lecture Hall 1 of Campus 1 is a key hub of the TIU information education facilities, equipped with ultimedia classrooms, language education laboratories, research laboratories, and organically connected classrooms. The building also has substantial facilities to cultivate your PC skills, such as a PC classroom and a PC room shared by students.
This building was completed in April 2003 as part of TIU's 40th anniversary celebrations. Its impressive facilities include a spacious vaulted foyer at the center enclosed by glass panels and a large stairway. The IT-integrated lecture rooms allow various classes can be held accomodating a wide range of lecture styles.
Research laboratories are located on the second floor upwards, while the first floor contains a lounge and a shop selling books and stationery. A copier is also installed.
The three-story building with a high ceiling functions as the main gym. On both sides are another gym (medium-sized) and three martial art rooms.
Students have lunch in the open space of the Dining Hall, where their favorite menus, ranging from daily specials to noodles and desserts, are offered.
The tiered auditorium with a seating capacity of approximately 850 is used for concerts, lectures, student plays, and movies.
The students can learn foreign languages by themselves by selecting the materials of their choice using multimedia. The corner also provides learning materials for fun. The students can watch their favorite western films with English subtitles, as well as Japanese films dubbed into English, for example.
The computer-assisted language laboratory uses teaching materials such as DVDs and CDs, allowing students to learn foreign languages at their own pace.
Every student is assigned one computer and thus can acquire PC skills, ranging from basic operations to advanced information processing skills, which will be essential in future.
The students can use any of the 200 Internetready PCs (the total on both campuses) from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. (to 5:00 p.m. on Saturdays).
The multimedia classroom provided with two 150-inch large projectors connected to the Internet can be used for interactive joint classes with TIUA students.
Located on campus 1 on the 2nd floor of building 2, the English PLAZA is designed as a multipurpose English language learning center. A number of facilities are being created to provide English language assistance to students through guided and autonomous learning programs. Students may consult with a GTI fellow for one-on-one advice or conversation practice, or attend a special seminar taught by a teaching fellow in one of the state-of-the-art seminar rooms in the English PLAZA. The purpose is to offer students a variety of learning opportunities suitable for their own learning style.
TIU uses computers in a number of classes, with the total number used in all three campuses being approximately 1,300. New students are given a user ID, and are then freely allowed to use the campus network environment, while the preparation of reports and data browsing are performed daily in classes and seminars. This allows you to acquire basic skills in any of the departments and schools.
Approximately 1,300 PCs in the three campuses of TIU are connected online, any of which can be used to access the Internet via the high-efficiency server. This allows both students and teachers alike to enjoy a stress-free high-speed network environment.