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There are two campuses, one at Amakubo where the Division of Industrial Technology accepts hearing-impaired students and another at Kasuga where the Division of Health Sciences accepts visually-impaired students.


Dormitory information

  • Amakubo Campus (for the Hearing Impaired)

Student dormitories: 5 buildings, 190 rooms.
Units made up of 5 to 6 rooms (common kitchen-dining room, lavatory and laundry), 1 building exclusively for female students with private rooms (kitchenette each, common bathroom/lavatory and laundry) and Office building (lounge, meeting room, lavatory and large common baths for male students).

  • Kasuga Campus (for the Visually Impaired)

Student dormitories: 4 buildings, 157 rooms, 4 or 6 private rooms make up 1 unit; a common kitchen-dining room, laundry and lavatory.
Dormitory office (1 building): large common baths, lavatory, lounge, study room.

Health Service Center

This facility is dedicated to offering support and advice about health in order to allow students and teaching staff members to study healthily and comfortably in body and in mind. At this facility, unreserved advice is offered also for problems, concerns, anxieties, and the like in addition to regular medical checkup and responses to illnesses and injuries suffered in daily campus life.

Student Clubs


Culture Circle “A to Z” Tea Ceremony Club, Cooking Club, Anma Do, Radio Club, Band Club, PC Volunteer Club, From Our Voice(Volunteer Club)


I.D.F.C (Ibaraki prefecture Deaf Football Club), NTUT Volleyball Club, BADMINTOX (Badminton Club), Baseball Club, Basketball Club, NTUT Track & Field Club, Rifle shooting club, Floor Volleyball Club, SFIDA (Low Vision Futsal Club), GoalBall Club, Running Club