An Integral Part of the AIU Experience
More international and Japanese students cited living in the on-campus community as their favorite part of studying at AIU over all other aspects of life and study.
AIU requires all short-term international students to live in on-campus housing. Over 80% of all AIU students live on our residential campus, and living here gives you easy access to student clubs and circles, campus events, and many kinds of community interaction opportunities.
Degree-seeking students at AIU are required to live in Komachi Hall for their first year. At AIU, we consider living together with students from other cultural backgrounds to be a critical part of the international experience, for all students- whether degree-seeking or short-term exchange.
Housing Photos and Details
Room Details and Facilities
Postal Address for Student Housing
For Short-term International Students
Considerations for Shared Housing
On-campus accommodations share common spaces. As such, the possibility of spreading infectious diseases is high. To prevent the possible risk of infection, we strongly request that students receive the following vaccinations before your arrival at AIU:
- MMR vaccine (measles-mumps-rubella vaccine)
- DPT vaccine (diphtheria-pertussis-tetanus vaccine)
- COVID-19 vaccine
NOTE: Students enrolled at AIU during the Fall semester will be strongly encouraged to receive the influenza vaccine on campus (at their own expense.)
For further information, please refer to the Medical Preparation Page.