A meeting point where all students can get together at Hino Campus
Community space/ Buildings No.27 and No.28 have been completed recently. It is a place for students from all departments at Hino Campus to meet.
New symbolic 19-story building with great panorama view
Learning & Research Wing/ This 19-story building has lecture and research facilities for the Schools of Humanities, Economics and Information Science, which is the new symbolic building for Meisei University. The spacious atmosphere of the 2-story vaulted ceiling creates a pleasing environment for students to concentrate on their studies.
Many commonly used places including cafeterias and a library
Lecture & Laboratory Wing/ This 10-story building has variable size of 58 lecture rooms that accommodate 30 to 300 people and experimental laboratories for the schools of Humanities, Economics and Information Science. There is also a library in which students are able to enjoy free internet access. A studio and presentation rooms have facilities responding to the current hi-vision era. Cafeterias on the second and third floor, facing the courtyard are popular places for lunch and taking a rest between lectures.
The great view relieves your fatigue from experiments and research
School of Science and Engineering A Wing/ Building No. 29 has 15 floors above the ground and 2 floors underground. Experimental laboratories are provided for the departments of Mechanical engineering, Electrical Engineering and Physics. Upper floors command a fine view in good weather, which makes you freshen up.
State-of-the-art experiment building with astronomical observation dome
Building No. 30, School of Science and Engineering B wing/ The astronomical observation room is located at the top of a hill with the best view, the university has constructed a fine facility for astronomical observation. There are also experimental laboratories, drafting rooms and CAD rooms for the Departments of Chemistry, Environmental Systems and Architecture.
There is a performing arts theater that students are able to use for performances and music club activities. The design comes from the Globe Theatre which is famous as the first performance stage for the plays of William Shakespeare.