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ICU Peace Bell Scholarships
A system unique to ICU supported mostly by alumni, Peace Bell Scholarships started with the image of passing a lit torch along from one generation to the next. undergraduate students apply for the scholarships before entering the university and receive aid for all four years of their study.
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ICU Torch Relay Scholarchip
ICU provides financial aid for students in consideration of their academic performance and financial need.
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New Student Dormitories Fundraising Campaign
New Student DormitoriesTwo new dormitories, Momi House and Maple House, opened in April 2017. ICU is running a fundraising campaign for the new dormitories until March 13, 2019.
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Improvement of Facilities
ICU is rebuilding and renovating various facilities, including University Hall, Science Hall, physical education facilities, athletic grounds, dorms and faculty residences. some of which currently exist in the form they were built shortly after the university was founded.

Conserving the Natural Environment on Campus
ICU's 620,000-square meter campus is among the largest of its kind in Tokyo. This project helps preserve this asset of incomparable value.

Support for Students Affected by Natural Disasters
Funds are always being raised to support and encourage students affected by natural disasters such as the Great East Japan Earthquake and the Kumamoto Earthquake to continue their studies.

Taizansô Conservation and Restoration Fund
Located on ICU’s main campus in Mitaka, Taizansô was designated a Registered Tangible Cultural Property by the Japanese government in 1999 under the name “International Christian University Taizansô.” Efforts are being made to recognize the historical value of Taizansô and conserve it under better conditions. Donations will be used for the restoration and maintenance of Taizansô
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Named Rooms Project
Gifts in support of facilities may be used to honor someone by allowing donors to name rooms and lounges in ICU's three new dormitories or the Kiyoshi Togasaki Memorial Dialogue House. Gifts are expected to be commensurate to the size of the space to be named. Check here for details.
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Other Projects
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