Expenses to Be Paid by Residents

Necessary Fees Upon Entering the Dorm
If you plan to move in between the 1st and the 15th
  Domestic students International students
Single Single
Deposit 98,000yen 78,000yen
House fee of the month you move in/Common service fee (for a month) 28,000yen 28,000yen
Total 126,000yen 106,000yen
If you plan to move in between the 16th and the 31st
  Domestic students International students
Single Single
Deposit 98,000yen 78,000yen
House fee of the month you move in/Common service fee (for half a month) 14,000yen 14,000yen
House fee of the month you move in/Common service fee (for a month) 28,000yen 28,000yen
Total 140,000yen 120,000yen


Fees for each month
  Single
Accommodation fees 21,000yen
Common service fees 7,000yen
Total 28,000yen
*Water, equipment rental fees and internet fees are included in the common service fees.
*Other costs: Electricity (each resident gets billed individually)
*After you move in, please follow the instructions of the staff from the Security Office when completing the electricity contract procedures.

Paying AP House Fees

  1. Paying moving in fees
    • Transfer the amount stated on the invoice to the bank designated university bank account by the deadline.
    • All residents are asked to pay for AP House fees in Japanese yen.
      If a resident cannot pay in Japanese yen, the University will accept the equivalent payment in U.S. dollars.
      However, there are cases where the exchange rate changes between the time of payment and the time it is received into APU's account. If the amount paid is insufficient, the difference between the amount invoiced and the amount received will be added to the next invoice from APU.
  2. Paying fees after moving in
    • The monthly rent will be withdrawn from the bank account the student registered with the University on the first of every month.
    • If the withdrawal cannot be made due to insufficient funds, the next withdrawal will occur on the 16th. If this day falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or holiday, the withdrawal will occur on the next bank business day.
    • If the second withdrawal also fails, the resident must transfer the money by themselves and pay the transfer fee. Please check how to arrange for a bank transfer at an ATM.
    • If a resident fails to pay their AP House fees for two or more months, the resident will be asked to leave AP House.
    • The University does not accept cash payments.
    • International students need to promptly make an account at a bank designated by the University, and complete the procedures for automatic payment for AP House fees after moving into AP House.
    • Residents are asked to have enough money in their account to ensure they will be able to pay their fees even when they will be gone for long vacations.

Paying moving out fees

  1. Deciding when to move out
    The University will determine when the resident will move out based on the information provided on their ‘Request for Moving Out' form.
  2. Repair Costs
    When a resident leaves the dorms, there will be an inspection. Some stains and damages inevitably occur in the course of daily life. The resident is not liable for these inevitable damages, but if there are greater damages such as a broken door, holes in the wall or the smell of tobacco the resident will be billed for those costs.
    For example, replacing wallpaper due to the smell of tobacco is 60,000 yen.
  3. Calculating the Security Deposit
    Any unpaid AP House fees, as well as costs to repair any damages due to resident negligence, will be calculated and the total will be deducted from the resident's security deposit. The remaining balance, if any, will be transferred to the bank account that the resident registered with the University.
    Residents may be able to arrange a refund to an overseas account.

    〈Residents who wish to receive their refund by overseas remittance〉

    • A transaction charge of 4,250 yen will be deducted.
    • Please email Creotech your bank account details.

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