A relief engraving depicting the three founding young lawyers of Meiji University, Tatsuo Kishimoto, Kozo Miyagi, and Misao Yashiro, as well as "rights, liberty, independence and self-government," the philosophies on which the university was built.
The lounge, which is located in the center of the open classroom area surrounded by glass, presents a casual communication space as well as a self-study space where students can study individually.
On the sixth floor, between the classroom area and research lab area, is the Cross Field Lounge, where faculty members and graduate school and undergraduate school students can relax and mingle. On the same floor, there will be a presentation space where graduate school and undergraduate school students can exhibit the results of their research.
This is a self-study support space, mainly for languages.
An environment equipped with computers, audiovisual equipment, software, and media library allow students to use the Center for e-learning, group studies, report writing, and content production.
The International Lounge is open for international students, exchange students and also students wishing to study abroad or make friends from other countries. The lounges are stocked with a wide variety of useful sources of information such as newspapers, magazines, and pamphlets for international students. It is also a place to relax and get to know other students.
The Nakano Library is divided into a variety of carrel spaces, such as the browsing zone, information search zone, and newspapers and magazines zone. It provides a comfortable environment to concentrate and study in, as well as a space for people and information to actively mingle.
The cafeteria is an open campus dining space that is connected to an outdoors terrace, from where you can sense the lush green.
The International Student Center maintains branch offices in Izumi, Ikuta and Nakano campuses.
The Nakano Shiki-no-Mori-Koen Park, which neighbors the Nakano Campus on its east side, is a relaxing area lush with green such as cherry, gingko, and Japanese zelkova trees in its 15,000 m2 grounds. Additionally, the park is a regional evacuation center designated by the city of Tokyo and is equipped with the latest disaster prevention facilities, including a disaster prevention park.