To be successful in today’s world, cultural readiness is essential. In the International Learning Community (ILC), located in Adams Hall, we consider the global perspective. In our pursuit to develop global leaders, we offer students a variety of opportunities from listening to international speakers and connecting with faculty from campus language departments to offering undergraduates a chance to qualify for a research grant. Our global focus makes the ILC stand apart! Quench your curiosity for learning about other cultures and bring your enthusiasm to our inclusive community. And yes, learning about other cultures certainly involves eating lots of traditional meals.
The ILC living experience is ideal for students studying foreign languages, students interested in world affairs, students in exchange programs, and students who are planning to study abroad, returning from study abroad, or are unable to go abroad during their college careers. Live in the ILC where you will enhance your cross-cultural understanding and your language proficiency by connecting with your neighbors. In addition to joining the general International Learning Community, students should also consider applying to live in one of the nine Language Immersion Houses within the ILC.
Contact: Kate Wallner (Program Coordinator)