ISA is a student organization at The University of North Carolina Greensboro (UNCG), with special interests in cultures and societies from around the world. Membership is open to all members of the student body, as the term "international" in its broadest sense is not restrictive to national origin. Click HERE to visit the ISA website.
Each Friday, ISA sponsors a get together featuring a different country or culture. These gatherings involve food, music, dancing, presentations, and other entertainment, and are open to everyone. Interested students are welcome to host a Friday Fest featuring their culture or country of origin. For information, contact an ISA officer, or visit the ISA website. Click HERE to learn more about Friday Fest.
I-House, as it is most commonly called, is home to students from all over the globe, from China to the United Kingdom, from Finland to Australia, as well as from North Carolina. I-House is located in the recently renovated Phillips-Hawkins Residence Hall. It is a residential community with an international twist. I-House is open to all students (freshmen to graduate students) with a particular interest in living with and learning about people from other parts of the world. Click HERE to learn more about I-House.
The PAL program matches incoming international students with UNCG students to help exchange students adjust to life at UNCG, and in the USA in general. PALs welcome exchange students to campus, assist with their adjustment to living at UNCG, help with registration and prepare them for the semester. All UNCG students are encouraged to apply, especially returing study abroad students, or those interested in studying abroad. Click HERE to learn more about the PAL program.