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The International House, or "I-House," is a co-ed intercultural residence center for both international and domestic students, created with the intent to foster the exploration and celebration of cultural traditions among students. The International House encourages understanding and mutual respect among students from diverse cultural backgrounds through the experience of living together. It is located at 418 West St.

The International House is affiliated with the International Club (I-Club), which promotes international awareness and multiculturalism on campus. The International House is open to all students and provides the campus community with programs and events that not only expand our lives but also enrich our education and friendships. As a residence celebrating cultural diversity, the International House may be home to a wide variety of students. Close to the hub of campus, the International House encourages students to explore other cultures and offers an opportunity to students to live in an international and multicultural atmosphere.

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