With the opening of the Katsushika Campus in April 2013, the Katsushika International Dormitory was opened nearby for the exclusive use of TUS students. This dormitory is occupied by both Japanese and international students. Residing together in one building helps foster a cosmopolitan mindset among all students. The dormitory contains single rooms and shared rooms (three rooms share a kitchen, bathroom and toilet).
With the opening of the Katsushika Campus in April 2013, TUS formed a business partnership with Kyoritsu Maintenance (only in Japanese) Co. Ltd. and established a student dormitory called “Tokyo University of Science, Katsushika Community House”.Students can concentrate on their studies while also cultivating communication skills through interaction with other students in the many communal spaces provided. Facilities also include separate male and female communal bathing facilities (with saunas), giving students a way to experience traditional Japanese culture.
In April 2014, the Noda International Community House was opened on the Noda Campus. The objective of this new addition was to provide a venue for student life which cultivates merit-based principles, one of the traditions of the Tokyo University of Science, as well as aiming to enhance community skills and foster a globally-capable student body.