Students are active in many aspects of university life, including the student union, university co-op, and athletic and cultural clubs. There are about 31 cultural clubs and 29 athletic clubs. Seminar students have organized their own Seminar Association. The student newspaper committee publishes the Tokyo Keizai Daigaku Shimbun. Student-organized activities provide a valuable opportunity for character development that is difficult to achieve through formal classroom education alone. Students' concerns and interests begin with their scholastic pursuits, and extend to such diverse areas as politics, social issues, culture, arts, hobbies, and sports. Through these group activities, student cooperation and responsibility are fostered, and students are able to develop meaningful, life-long friendships.
The University Festival "Aoi Sai" has a considerable tradition, as it first started as the ceremony commemorating the establishment of the forerunner of Tokyo Keizai University - the Okura Commerce School. Aoi-cho (located in modern-day Toranomon in the center of Tokyo), the original site of the Okura Commerce School, lends its name to the festival.
This dormitory, built in 1999, is located in Kodaira City, adjacent to Kokubunji City, the site of Tokyo Keizai University The building contains five floors, with 174 single rooms for both male and female students.
Contains a lounge, a university cafeteria, a conference room, a small hall, and a lounge, and meeting rooms etc, for extra-curricular activities and interaction.
The Tokyo Keizai University Student Co-op runs a store and a cafeteria (Teria) to sell daily necessities, stationary, food, books etc, providing a diverse range of services in support of student activities on campus.
The seminar house on the Musashi-Murayama campus is used as a meeting place and overnight facility for student clubs and seminar groups. The three-story, steel-reinforced concrete building includes both Japanese-style and Western-style conference rooms, bedrooms, showers, and washing machines.
Contains a student lounge (2F), two Japanese-style rooms (3F), and club rooms (4F, 5F) to provide amenities to support campus life. The Co-op's store is on the first and second floors.
This building invokes the design of the lecture hall of the forerunner of Tokyo Keizai University - the Okura Commerce School. It contains an arena, a gymnasium, a martial arts hall, and a training room etc, as well as a practice hall popular amongst music lovers.