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International College of Liberal Arts

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1. Language Acquisition Center (To be Opened)

The Language Acquisition Center (LAC) is a language learning facility established to support the language education of both groups and individuals. In addition to using the latest equipment and facilities for independent learning in the four areas of reading, writing, listening and speaking, students can also use facilities for group study, TOEFL and other examination-tailored learning and for consultations with trained language learning advisors.

2. About the Student Dorms

All first and second year students reside in and help partially manage the internationally integrated student dormitories located on campus. Living side-by-side, and trying to understand and get along with people of differing nationalities allows all students to naturally learn self-discipline and compassion and consideration for others. The dormitories, which are currently under construction, also include communal spaces aimed at promoting various types of student exchange and almost every room boasts a view of Mr. Fuji or the Southern Alps.

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