Welcome to the American Studies Program (ASP) Class of 2015! You can click on the blue button to go to Student Information. From there, choose Academic information or Campus Life information. This is one of the best places to answer questions you may have. If you can't find the answer, please come by our office and we will help you!
We are very excited to announce a Willamette University/Tokyo International University of America reunion party in Japan on October 17, 2015. Any alums from Willamette University and/or the American Studies Program at WU/TIUA are invited to join this gathering.
Details of the reunion are as follows:
Venue: Dubliners' Cafe & Pub, Shinagawa
Shinagawa Ground Central Tower B1,
GRAND PASSAGE 1, 2-16-3, Kounan,
Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-0075 Japan
Phone: 03-6718-2834 (+81-3-6718-2834)
Date: October 17, 2015
Time: 5:45pm (Doors open)
6:00~ 8:00pm (reunion)
Cost: 5,000 YEN (Alumni & Alumnae, Guests), 3,000 YEN (Current TIU/WU Students)
Pay at the door. Children are able to attend -- Free for 12 yrs old and under
RSVP: Please RSVP by online at www.tiuaalumni.net
You cannot RSVP via Facebook.
Guests attending from TIUA will be: Gunnar Gundersen, Executive Vice President; Masaki Shimada, Director, Campus Life & Academic Services; and Barby Dressler, Director, University Relations/Special Programs, Mr. Jim Bauer, Vice President for Planning, Facilities, and External Affairs of Willamette University, and Mr. James Lippincott, Assistant Vice President for Alumni and Parent Relations. Updates to follow!
Hope you can join us!
The photos are in, the judges have voted, and we are happy to announce the winners of the Yearbook Photo Contest!
A record-breaking 157 entries were accepted and it was very difficult to choose the award recipients. Thank you so much to those who entered your pictures to the contest. Also big thanks goes to our volunteer judges: Samuel Swanson, Tamara Smith, Russell Fauss, and Barby Dressler.
You will see these pictures in 2015 ASP Yearbook, which will come out in early December. There are so many good pictures that did not make to the awards, but some of those pictures may be also used in the yearbook."
The contest was open to students, staff and faculty of Willamette University, including the American Studies Program, and Tomodachi Program participants. There were great prizes, including two $50, four $25, and 11 $10 Compass Cash cards.
To see all the winning photos, click here.