Living in the International House
On the first floor of the International House residents will find a lounge, full kitchen with cooking utensils and dishes, dining room, computer lab, and laundry facilities. These are all shared spaces that encourage cross-cultural learning by building a community. View the floor plan of the first floor.
The International House is comprised of single and double rooms that each contain their own bathroom and half kitchen for convenience. These half kitchens are equipped with a full-sized refrigerator, microwave, sink, cabinets, and counter space.
Here are some floor plans and pictures of various student rooms.
A meal plan is not required when living in the International House. However, if a student would like to purchase a Non-Resident Meal Plan, they may do so. Please visit the Non-Resident Meal Plan website for additional information.
Please visit the International House Resident Handbook 2014 to view all services, policies, and guidelines that are associated with living in the International House.
*Photo Credit: International House and Chicago Center Alumunus, Nan Li