Community Partnerships at the Hachioji Campus
Community Partnerships at the Hachioji Campus

I am working hard to create communication with the local community

We are actively engaged in activities in collaboration with the local community to communicate with the local community, such as opening the library to the public, holding extracurricular lessons for children, and exchanging credits through collaboration between universities. Introducing the social contribution of the Hachioji Campus.

The library, which boasts an abundant collection of books, is open to the public.

Media Library Center

The library is open to the people of the Tama area.
At Hachioji Campus, the library is open to those who live or work in the nine cities in the Tama area, as well as to alumni and retired faculty and staff. The library offers the same services to the general public as to on-campus users, such as borrowing materials and using the AV corner. In the summer, the reading room is open to high school students, allowing them to study for entrance exams at local universities or to our university while experiencing the university environment.

About the library (media library center) open to the public

Working people aged 18 and over living and working in Hachioji City, Hino City, Tama City, Tachikawa City, Machida City, Fuchu City, Inagi City, Chofu City, and Akiruno City

Utilization time
Weekdays 9:00-21:00, Saturdays 9:00-17:00

  • * Regarding Saturday usage hours, during the exam period in July and December, the service will be open until 18:30.

closing day
Sundays, national holidays, New Year's holidays, and other temporary closures

  • * Opening hours will be shortened during long holidays. Please see the Library Calendar for each month on Teikyo University Media Library Center original website.

Lending of materials
5 books / 14 days

  • * Registration is required to use (registration fee 500 yen)
  • * Since it is intended for working adults, students cannot register.

Teikyo University Media Library Center original site

Valuable academic materials and research results are available to the public at the general museum.

Our university has 10 faculties in the humanities, sciences, and medicine, and many faculty members, researchers, and students are engaged in educational and research activities. Teikyo University Museum makes the valuable academic materials collected in the process and the results of educational and research activities widely available to society through exhibitions, publications, events, etc., and promotes the university's contribution to society through collaboration with other institutions. Anyone can enter the museum for free.

About the use of the general museum

Utilization time
Weekdays and Saturdays: 9:00-17:00 (last entry at 16:30)

closing day
Sundays, national holidays, New Year's holidays, anniversary of foundation, and other temporary closures

Teikyo University Hachioji Campus Soratio Square B1


Transportation access to Hachioji Campus

We provide children in Hachioji City with an opportunity to raise their interest in science.

At the Hachioji Campus, at the request of the Hachioji City Board of Education, in collaboration with the Hachioji City Elementary School Science Education Center, we hold a "Summer Children's Science Class" led by our teachers during the summer vacation. Every year, many children experience the fun of science with their eyes shining.

What is "Summer Children's Science Class"?

Summer Children's Science Class

As part of the activities of the Hachioji City Elementary School Science Education Center, which aims to improve the scientific interest and thinking ability of children enrolled in Hachioji City Elementary School, the teachers of this university This activity is conducted under the guidance of students. Since 1997, it has been held every year led by Professor Koichi Makimura.
We will conduct full-scale experiments with the advice of students, such as using a microscope to look into the microscopic world that cannot be seen on a daily basis, or taking out DNA from the milt of a fish and exploring its mystery. It is hoped that this classroom experience will give children dreams and hopes, and their interest in science will increase as children are reported to be away from science and science.

A letter of appreciation was presented by the Hachioji City Board of Education

The continuous activities of the "Summer Children's Science Class" were highly evaluated, and in 2010, the Hachioji City Board of Education presented a letter of appreciation to the President of the University.
Professor Makimura, who received a letter of appreciation on behalf of the President, said, "It is a great honor. The serious and pure attitude of the children who participate in the science class has given good inspiration to teachers and students. I would like to continue. "I expressed my aspirations and thanks for the future.

Aiming to form an attractive school city through international exchange

Taking advantage of the regional characteristics that many students are studying in the area of Hachioji, we aim to form a more attractive school city for universities, students, and citizens.

What is the University Consortium Hachioji?

There are 25 universities, junior colleges, and technical colleges in the Hachioji area, and about 110,000 students study, making it one of the leading academic cities in Japan. Taking advantage of this regional characteristic, universities, citizens, economic organizations, companies, and governments are promoting cooperation and cooperation, and are working on stronger and more diverse projects unique to Hachioji from various perspectives. We promote projects such as joint research through Industry-Academia-Government Collaboration, promotion of lifelong learning, dissemination of information, transfer of credits between universities, exchanges between students and citizens, and support for foreign students. The aim is to promote international exchange.

Major initiatives involved in the Hachioji Campus

  • Information dissemination through information magazines, etc.
  • Dispatch of teachers to Hachioji Gakuen City University Icho Juku
  • Participation in "★ Student Heaven ★" sponsored by Hachioji Student Committee
  • Support for student activities, etc.

University Consortium Hachioji

We provide a place where Teikyo University students and local children can learn together.

The Hachioji Campus provides a place for local children to learn, and holds the "TeikyoS Kids Club" so that our students can experience practical instruction through interaction with local children.

What is "TeikyoS Kids Club"?

TeikyoS Kids Club

This is a hands-on classroom for children, which was started with teachers and aspiring teachers playing a central role in contributing to the community and at the same time making more people aware of Teikyo University. On Saturdays, when elementary schools are closed, such as Science, Sports (swimming, basketball, etc.), Syodo (calligraphy, etc.), we provide opportunities to enjoy learning various subjects using the facilities of the university.
By thinking about how to have children participate while having fun and devising teaching methods and teaching materials, it is a good opportunity not only as a learning place for children but also for students of our university who aim to become teachers. As a result, it is a fulfilling initiative.

Examples of classrooms held so far

  • Science
  • swimming
  • basketball
  • Instrumental movement
  • Calligraphy (parent-child classroom)

We will work to revitalize the Tama area through industry-academia-government collaboration.

We are a member of the "Academic / Cultural / Industrial Network Tama", an industry-academia-government collaboration organization. As a collaborative organization in the Tama area, we are working to create new attractions and revitalize the area.

What is Network Tama?

While involving a wide range of citizens, we are evolving the activities to create and carry out businesses for the revitalization of the Tama area.
Each project is implemented under the four axes of "inter-university collaboration," "cultivating local human resources and improving educational capabilities," "international exchange," and "contribution to the environment and welfare." Specific examples include a credit transfer system between universities, volunteer activities for student education, construction of an international school metropolitan area Tama, and support for environmental and welfare-friendly community development.
It is an organization that brings together the power of each organization centered on the university, draws the ideal image of the Tama region in the 21st century, and plays a leading role in its realization. We aim to be a model case that creates a vision.

Specific initiatives at Teikyo University

  • Credit transfer system as a university collaboration
  • Student Education Volunteer
  • Tama Future Scholarship
  • Tama Future Creation Forum (Tama Regional University Chairman / President' Meeting)

Network Tama