University Hall (Clair) is a facility with a total area of 3,219 m2 that underwent renovation work in October 2001. This is a facility for all students and staff at the university, constructed with the aim of deepening friendship between fellow students and between students and staff, thus enriching student life on campus.
University Hall contains the kinds of facilities as described below, which we hope you will make full use of. When using training rooms and Japanese-style rooms, please obtain permission by filling in the Application for Use of University Hall form and submitting it to the Student Support Division. In principle, applications should be made one month prior to the intended day of use.
|Floor||Type of facility||Area （㎡）||Size||Uses|
|1st floor||Dining hall||1,192||870 seats|
|Food/lunchbox corner (Pancoco)||128|
|Amenity corner||311||A place where students and staff can come to talk and relax|
|2nd floor||Training room (1)||73||Around 50 people||Can be used for meetings, lectures, training etc.|
|Training room（3）||45||Around 20 people|
|Meeting room||48||Around 14 people|
|Japanese-style room (Ajisai)||27||Around 30 people||Can be used for meetings, a range of gatherings etc.|
|Japanese-style room (Rindo)||20|
|Book/stationary corner (Coople)||229|
Hondo Hall is a facility with a total area of 1,268 m2 that was completed in November 1971 as a welfare facility for students and staff. In the autumn of 2008, the 1st floor store was refurbished, making it an even more convenient place to come and shop. If you wish to use the rooms on the 2nd floor, please complete the necessary procedures at the Educational Affairs Division, Graduate School Section.
|Floor||Type of facility||Area（㎡）||Size||Uses|
|1st floor||Dining hall||139||110 seats|
|2nd floor||Training room||117||Around 60 people|
|Common room||43||Around 30 people|
|Hot water service room||13|
|Large meeting room||91||Around 50 people|
|Small meeting room||62||Around 30 people|
|Japanese-style room||57||Around 30 people|
|Hot water service room|
Akita University Cooperative (hereafter ‘Coop’) is funded jointly by teaching staff and students as an organization responsible for the welfare of everyone on campus. The expenses needed for the Coop’s day-to-day running are funded by its members. Note that this money will be returned if you leave the Coop due to graduation or some other reason, so please do not forget to apply for a refund if this applies to you. The Coop provides the following services for its members.
New Student Support Center Headquarters
Provides a range of services, including helping finding apartments and lodgings, applications for payment of mutual aid and insurance, application processing for joining cooperative mutual aid and insurance schemes, applications for the Internet, planning events for making friends by student committees etc.
Tegata Store (Coople)
Sales of stationary, textbooks, technical books, paperback books, magazines, everyday items, computers, peripherals, home appliances, furniture etc., arrangement and sales of JR, airline, highway bus and ferry tickets along with accommodation, information on driving schools, photographic development, arranging rental cars etc.
Sales of food such as bread, rice balls and lunch boxes, drinks and confectionary
Information on home tutoring and part-time jobs, holding of employment support courses for work in the civil service, teaching and in the private sector, application for a range of qualifications and examinations
Tegata Dining Hall
Provision of cafeteria-style lunches, provision of set menu, noodle, rice bowl and curry meals