As of May 2017, there were 37 registered student groups on campus. These include clubs focused on artistic activities, such as bead-making and photography, as well as athletic groups such as futsal, soft tennis and dance clubs.

  1. Araya Chapu-chapu Daigaku (Organizing activities connecting the citizens of the Araya District with local water resources)
  2. aruconnect (Handmade crafts)
  3. Manga irasuto sakuru (Manga illustration)
  4. Indo Koten-bu (Indian art)
  5. Somemame (Dyeing)
  6. Shokushoku sakuru (Vegetable gardening)
  7. Shashin sakuru (Photography)
  8. Sosaku kasoku kenkyukai (General art)
  9. Tenji sakuru “Crealab” (General art, exhibition planning)
  10. Tsuchi no akari (Volunteering)
  11. Akibi kare dokyokai (Curry fan club)
  12. Kuchibue sakuru (Whistling)
  13. Tonbodama sakuru (Glass bead making)
  14. biblio-bibuli (Picture book illustration/creation)
  15. Wataame sakuru “Fuwwari” (Cotton candy fan club)
  16. “Potari” (Pottery/ceramics)
  17. Nanashino sakuru (Horror film fan club)
  18. Raibu peinto sakuru “Kaminaridaira” (Adobe Illustrator “Live Paint”)
  19. Kafe sakuru (Cafe fan club)
  20. Keion sakuru (Easy listening music)
  21. Samushingu okesutora (Musical performance)
  22. Piano sakuru (Piano)
  23. Akibi Kanto-kai (AUA Kanto Festival team)
  24. Amiyaki sakuru (Volleyball)
  25. AMCACrew (Street dance)
  26. Byoga Tankyu-sha (2D art)
  27. Suteji setsuei kikaku chimu (Stage design)
  28. Soft tennis club
  29. Hiking/walking club
  30. Basketball club
  31. Badminton club
  32. Futsal club
  33. Udon okaruto kenkyukai (Homemade udon noodle making)
  34. Rekishi/Kenchiku kenkyukai (History/Architecture)
  35. Sukecchi sakuru (Sketching)
  36. Shokubutsu sakuru (Botany)
  37. Shugei sakuru (Handicrafts)
  • “Indo Koten-bu” (Indian art)
  • “Tsuchi no akari” (Volunteering)