Life at Keisen begins with the opening ceremony and Freshman Fellowship, an introduction to Keisen education and advice about student life. "Keisen Spring Festival" in May and "Keisen Day/Tama Festival" in November, also open to local residents, features student-initiated lectures, concerts, dramas, seminars, and club activities.
Christianity is a fundamental principle at Keisen, with optional chapel services every morning, annual services (at Christmas and in memory of founder Michi Kawai), and special services (musical services, services in English, and services conducted by non-Japanese speakers).
In March comes commencement. Seniors receive their diplomas from the university president, pass the school lantern to their juniors--- the light of learning passing from year to year--- and go out into society.
Matriculation, Orientation/Fellowship for new students
Spring semester begins
|Keisen Day/Keisen Festival|
|Keisen Spring Festival||Christmas service & party|
Spring semester final examinations
Study abroad program in UK
|Fall semester final examinations|
Intensive summer courses
Short-term field study program
Exchange/study-abroad program in Korea
Short-term field study programs
Fall semester begins
Long-term field study program begins in Thailand
Study-abroad program in Australia
International Work camp in Thailand
|Talk with the President & garden party|
Keisen's "Multipurpose Hour" organized in collaboration with the Shinwakai Student Council and other student and teacher groups, offers various activities such as garden parties, debates, mini-concerts, special lectures and video shows.