ASP students live in Willamette University residence halls
Program participants are dispersed to 12 Willamette University residence halls. Your roommate may be a Willamette student or another ASP student. However, once you step out of your room, you are surrounded by Willamette students who speak English.
There are many events and activities in each residence hall, which are great opportunities for making friends with other students. Residence halls, classrooms, music halls, exercise facilities, University Center, the health center, and other buildings are scattered on 57 acres of green trees and open areas. Program participants can fully enjoy American university life.
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Students live in the City of Salem
The City of Salem is the capital of the State of Oregon. The city is the second largest city in Oregon, after Portland, and it is the center of politics, education, and business in Oregon. The time difference between Salem and Japan is 16 hours during daylight savings, and 17 hours during standard time.
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