Kansai University operates five dormitories to promote educational benefits. The role of each dormitory is not just to provide accommodation, but to also cultivate healthier relationships through disciplined communal living. Living and communicating with non-Japanese students in the dormitories serves to enhance international sensibilities and promote exchange.
Student House "Shurei-ryo" (capacity 181 male students)
Shurei-ryo is a male-only, four-story high (partially five stories) concrete reinforced dormitory located next to the Senriyama Campus. Typically two students share each room, and the maximum resident period is four years. The dormitory consists of the north and south buildings. The first floor is shared space with a dining hall, library, Japanese-style room, bathroom, lounge and so on. The second floor and above are residential areas with student rooms, shower rooms, small kitchens, laundries and so on.
Dormitory "Tsukigaoka" (capacity 102 female students)
Dormitory "Tsukigaoka" is female-only dormitory that was completely renovated in 2005. It is situated on a hill in a quiet area. It comes with a delightful view and is 15 minutes away by foot from Senriyama Campus. All of the rooms are shared by two students. The maximum resident period is four years.
The dormitory is a four-story building made from reinforced concrete. The lower ground area contains a dining hall, bathroom, Japanese-style room and a library. The first floor and above are residential areas with student rooms, small kitchens, shower rooms and laundries. The dormitory manager is always on the premises and the front door locks automatically for security.
Dormitory "Senri-Gaifu-ryo" (capacity 54 male students)
Dormitory "Senri-Gaifu-ryo" is male-athlete student dormitory, which was built through donations from the Kansai University Parent's Association in February 2004. It is a three-story steel reinforced concrete building, located 25 minutes away on foot from Senriyama Campus. Each room is single occupancy. The shower rooms and kitchens are shared.
Minami-Senri International Plaza Student Dormitory (capacity 169 male/female students)
Minami-Senri International Plaza Students Dormitory built in February 2012 is located in a convenient and quiet residential area, and it takes about 15 minutes to Senriyama Campus by bike, and 5 minutes to Minami-Senri Station (Hankyu Railway Senri Line) on foot.
All rooms are single occupancy equipped with a bathroom and toilet ensuring the privacy of students, and each unit is composed of 6-7 rooms, sharing a kitchen and lounge so that students can spend time together.
International students, mostly Bekka students live in the dormitory, and resident assistants support their daily life. In addition, dormitory residents are given opportunities to experience cross-cultural exchange through activities with local people.
Kansai University International Dormitory (capacity 144 male/female students)
Kansai University International Dormitory was renovated and opened in April 2012.
It is located in a quiet residential area and it takes about 20 minutes to Senriyama Campus by bike, and 10 minutes to Minami-Senri Station (Hankyu Railway Senri Line) on foot.
There are single rooms and twin rooms furnished with all the necessary equipment such as a bed, bedding, desk, bookshelf, and refrigerator. Also there are shared kitchens, shower rooms, and laundry rooms.
International students, mostly exchange students from partner universities live in the dormitory, and resident assistants support their daily life.