Updates & Deadlines for Current Residents
The Summer and the Upcoming Year at International House
It is that time of year already! It is time to tell I-House your plans for summer and next year. It is also time to take advantage of some excellent opportunities for financial aid and leadership development. You do not want to miss out on these offerings – mark your calendars with these upcoming deadlines.
Secure Your Room
Do you wish to stay at I-House for the summer and/or return next year? Please click on links below for detailed information.
- Deadline: March 8, 2019
- Deadline: March 31, 2019
If you wish to extend into the summer and to return next year, you must complete BOTH forms.
- Deadline: March 8, 2019
Read our Readmission/Summer Extension Frequently Asked Questions
- Deadline: March 29, 2019
Click link above to read descriptions of the various fellowship opportunities and for a link to the application.
The Resident Council serves to advise the President in the affairs of International House by communicating the views and concerns of Residents in the spirit of partnership. Learn who your representatives are and read the RC by-laws.
Information & Services
Current Residents can access a variety of resources through the list of links below:
Transactions Portal – Pay fees, renew your stay, apply for financial aid and more.
Admissions, Programs and Resident Life – Learn all of the admissions policies and the exciting programs and leadership opportunities available.
Departure Information – Information for residents preparing to depart International House, including important steps pre-departure.
Public Safety– Review policies and guidelines that help ensure a safe environment at I-House.
Create a Work Order Online– Request facilities staff to assist you with maintenance issues including the installation of air conditioners.
Finance Office and Bursar Services– Learn about all the ways Bursar Services is here to help you.
Be aware of some of the key policies all Residents should know:
Resident members of International House are carefully selected by the Admissions Committee to create a diverse community that is committed to the ideals of cross-cultural exchange, friendship, tolerance, respect, empathy and moral courage. As a Resident at I-House, you are not a tenant and International House is not a landlord. You are a member of a community devoted to a mission.
International House is a non-profit organization in which all Residents are substantially subsidized by philanthropic contributions to supplement Resident Fees. Community life is different than living independently—each Resident Member has duties and responsibilities to others in the community. Understanding and respect for community norms and practices, along with some degree of compromise in the face of individual desires, is required.