ASP Class of 2018 Arrives!

altOn Monday, February 5, 117 students from Tokyo International University arrived on the campus of Willamette University and Tokyo International University of America.  This marks the 31st year since the program began in 1989.  In that time, over 3,000 students have enrolled in the one-year American Studies Program (ASP) at Willamette University.

After a week of opening days activities, classes will begin on Monday, February 12. This year's class includes students from Japan, China, Thailand, Peru, South Korea, and Taiwan. It is composed of  53 women and 64 men.

If you are interested in getting involved with the students, TIUA offers a Tomodachi ("friendship") Program which matches community members with students and asks that they meet together at least once per

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2017 Reunion Held in Japan

altWhether reminiscing about the food service or networking about career opportunities, alums attending the WU/ASP reunion held June 17, thought it was a hit. They gathered in Ikebukuro on June 17 at the Prado Il Bar. There were alums from the 1970s through 2016. Reunions are held every June in Tokyo! Click here for photos and hope to see you next year!

Busy Weekend!

altThe last weekend in June was a busy one! Not only were students preparing for the last week of the summer session, but they volunteered at the World Beat Festival and with Simply Birthdays in Keizer, and some joined the Tomodachi Potluck!  Click here to see photos from the World Beat Festival performance. Click here to see photos from the Tomodachi Potluck.

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Tokyo International University of America (TIUA) is committed to the principle of equal opportunity in education and employment.  TIUA does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, genetic information, veteran status, ancestry, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, employment policies, scholarship programs, and other TIUA administered programs and activities.  For the purpose of admission, all students must be formally admitted by Tokyo International University (Kawagoe, Japan) prior to making application to the American Studies Program at Willamette/TIUA.