The effects of educational support programs offered at the Niko Niko Room in 2014 are discussed in this study. Twenty-three university students, twenty-three elementary students, and twenty-three guardians participated in the programs and were asked to answer questionnaires. Questionnaires measured the abilities of university students, degrees of satisfaction, and degrees of interest. Effects of the programs perceived by the three groups were compared between university students and elementary students, between university students and guardians, between elementary students and guardians, and among university students, elementary students, and guardians. Elementary students and guardians highly evaluated the educational abilities of the university students compared to the university students themselves. Overall, university students, elementary students, and guardians positively evaluated the effects of the educational support programs, and were satisfied with the educational support programs.