TUJ Has Moved to Sangen-jaya – New Building on Showa Women’s University Campus

New Address: 1-14-29, Taishido, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 154-0004

Temple University, Japan Campus (TUJ) moved all of its programs to the new campus on the grounds of the Showa Women’s University (SWU) in Setagaya-ku, Tokyo on August 14. Fall semester will begin on September 2 with an expected record high of over 250 new undergraduate students, both from Japan and overseas, exceeding the previous record total enrollment. This global campus project is part of the unique collaboration with an American and a Japanese university sharing a campus. Both universities promote it as a new model of globalization of higher education. The universities are exploring possible collaborations, such as student exchanges, research and training exchanges among staff and faculty, academic exchanges, and co-hosting events.

New campus information is found here.

Schedule of Upcoming Events

August 14
Operations begin at the new campus

September 2
Fall semester begins

September 20
US-Japan Joint Academic Forum Vol. 2
Co-organized with SWU
“Issues in Japanese Higher Education through US-Japan Comparisons”

October 1
Global Cafeteria (“Sekai Shokudo”)
In collaboration with SWU
First monthly menu: Philadelphia Cheese Steak. TUJ and SWU students are developing menus together for SWU cafeteria “Sophia”

November 5
25th Anniversary Forum and Scholarship Reception for TUJ Law program

November 5
TUJ-SWU Joint Art Exhibition begins

November 6
New Campus Opening Celebrations
Events begin at 3:30 pm (formal ribbon-cutting,  Kagamiwari (Japanese traditional sake  ceremony for building completion), honorary  degree conferral and invitation-only evening reception)

November 7
Community Day
TUJ school festival, open to the public
New campus tour, food stalls, booths, games, film screenings, stage performances, etc.

November 8
Alumni Reunion

November 9 – 10
SWU Annual Cosmos Festival
TUJ students, faculty and staff will participate in exhibitions, booths and stage performances