Housing and Meals
Students stay on the 3rd floor of the International Students Center in semi-private furnished rooms with Western-style bathrooms. Single rooms are available, though limited. All rooms have wireless internet, telephones, heat and air-conditioning. Other features include: a private Beijing Center student lounge, computer lab, laundry room and a convenience store located in the residence hall. Students may also live with a Chinese roommate and full-year program students may request a homestay option for the second semester. These options are popular among students seeking to increase their Mandarin speaking ability.
Dining in Beijing
Food in Beijing is plentiful and delicious. Beijing is famed for having 100,000 restaurants where you can find food from all over the world. Student Development provides a meal card to sample campus dining where you can find a hot meal for less than 1 US dollar. Located on campus there are numerous cafeterias, restaurants, coffee shops and a convenience store where you can find fruit, beverages, and snacks. You can also eat at one of the nearly 60 restaurants within walking distance of campus. At most of these restaurants a dish typically costs about three or four US dollars.