Kaneko Commons - Places to Know

 Place in Kaneko Commons  Purpose

  Bulletin Boards across from Mailboxes


  • Look here for announcements, sign-up sheets for IPC and Leadership activities, community information

  Classrooms 144, 145


  • College Life Orientation classes will be here

  Faculty offices

  • This is the academic wing with professor’s offices

  Kaneko Learning Center (KLC)

  • Location of Tutoring Sundays through Thursdays
  • No Food or Drinks allowed

  Kaneko Commons Lounge


  • Meeting place

  Room 109 Computer lab

  • Japanese fonts available
  • No Food or Drinks allowed.  Water bottles are OK.

  Room 123 Computer Lab (next to Kaneko Learning Center)

  • Japanese fonts available-Place to study alone or in groups
  • No Food or Drinks allowed.  Water bottles are OK.


  • Location of Monday all student meeting

However, every Wednesday during summer semester.

  • Many Opening Days week orientations

  Room 241        

  • Staff Room
  • Student Resources

  Student Mailboxes


  • Should check them as often as possible
  • Don’t leave anything in them; recycle papers you don’t want to keep






  Bulletin Boards across from Mailboxes


  • 情報掲示板:教務連絡
  • IPC や Leadershipの活動
  • イベント
  • 地域活動についてなど

  Classrooms 144, 145

  • College Life Orientation の教室

  Faculty member’s offices 教員の研究室


  Kaneko Learning Center (KLC) 

  • チューター:日曜日~木曜日  -飲食不可

  Kaneko Commons Lounge    公共ラウンジ


  Room 109 Computer lab コンピュータ室


  • 日本語入力可能
  • 飲食不可。水のボトルはOK

  Computer Lab 123 (next to Kaneko Learning Center)  コンピュータ室   

  • 日本語入力可能
  • 個人で、またはグループでの学習
  • 飲食不可。水のボトルはOK

  Auditorium   講堂       

  • All-student meeting(毎週月曜日) 


  • Opening days でのオリエンテーション

  Room 241                   

  • スタッフルーム 

  Student Mailboxes TIUA生専用の郵便受け

  • 頻繁にチェックが必要
  • チェック時にはすべての郵便物を取り除く


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