The Chiba University of Commerce is in Konodai, Ichikawa-shi, about a 20-minute train ride from Tokyo station. The campus has many facilities for students.
The Main Building houses administrative offices handling student affairs on the lower three floors and the President’s office, conference rooms etc. on the upper floors. A multi-purpose conference room is located on the top floor. Students have free access to the many computers in the career center and student lounges.
Building No.1 has large classrooms, a fully-equipped broadcasting studio, and student lounges on the first floor, and regular and smaller classrooms and a common room for the graduate school on the second and third floors. This building is a “green” building. The rooftop is used for gardening to provide natural insulation, rainwater and well-water are used to flush toilets and water the plants on the roof, and there is sensor-controlled lighting throughout.
The Digital Broadcasting Studio on the first floor of Building No. 1 is equipped with professional-quality facilities. The state-of-the-art facilities makes it possible for students to do recording, cutting-edge, real-time, nonlinear editing using digital video and computers, and 5.1 sound editing. The programs produced are broadcast both on and off campus using a high-speed network.
In addition to regular classrooms, Building No.3 has computer rooms, ATM, and a Seven Eleven satellite store, the first of its kind on a university campus in Chiba prefecture.
The Library houses about 615,000 books, more than 2,650 kinds of magazines, DVD, LD, CD-ROM, and microfilm.
The University Dining is the largest cafeteria space on campus with seating for 350. Wooden beams reproduce the random rhythms of nature, bathing the dining area in a soft light like sunlight filtering through the trees. Here visitors can enjoy a meal designed to be both nutritious and delicious in a café-like atmosphere.
Mizuho Hall houses a small theater, conference rooms, and a Japanese-style room for the use of students, staff, and alumni/alumnae.
Chiba University of Commerce has substantial athletic facilities. These facilities are used for physical education courses, and also by extracurricular clubs and teams.
The Training Center is available for intensive training sessions for the university's athletic clubs, and as accommodation during training camps by other clubs as well as international exchange programs.
Chiba University of Commerce's Inagoshi Playing Field opened in September 2014 in Inagoshi, Ichikawa. Along with the main field, the facility is equipped with an indoor practice field and bullpens, as well as educational buildings.
The Student Hall houses about sixty club rooms and other rooms to support student activities.
CUC has a Guest House New Annex, situated next to the campus, to accommodate researchers from overseas and visitors attending seminars held on campus. The Guest House New Annex has four single apartments, two family apartments, and a common room.