The International/Modern Languages Living-Learning Community is designed for domestic and international students interested in overseas study and travel and learning more about world cultures. This community encourages intercultural understanding by attempting to place students in rooms with students from other countries.
Location: Students in this program live in Studebaker East.
- Any majors, and
- Classical languages
- French/French teaching
- German/German teaching
- Japanese/Japanese teaching
- Latin teaching
- Spanish/Spanish teaching
Programming: Residents in the International/Modern Languages Living-Learning Community are welcome to participate in the Conversation Partners Program. This program is hosted Pei-Yi Lin, associate director for training, in the Counseling Center.
Partners: This living-learning community will work closely with the Rinker Center for International Programs, Academic Advising, the Learning Center, the Counseling Center with conversational hours, and other campus departments to foster a strong support network for students studying in the United States or planning to study in other countries.