HOUSES (Convent and Rectory)
The office of Residential Education and Housing, in partnership with the International Education Office are now hiring for the International House Coordinator positions in the Convent and Rectory for the 2013-2014 academic year. The position description can be found here. Finished applications may be returned to Marcy O'Malley in the Bemis International Center, Room 319.
The international houses provide students who have
common interest with international based experiences the opportunity to reside
together in a living and learning residential environment. The international houses establish a direct
link between residential, academic, and co-curricular life for students within
the St. Norbert community while simultaneously enhancing students’ academic,
cultural, organizational, and personal interests within their living
environment. Additionally, the International Houses allow students to promote
cross-cultural understanding, mutual respect and friendship among students from
all nations and backgrounds.
Program Eligibility Requirements:
Standing in the
Community: Students should be in good academic and
Registered SNC Student:
listed on the application must be enrolled students at St. Norbert College
registered for a minimum course load of twelve credits at the time of
or Senior Standing: All members of the
applying group must have a minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA, and have Junior (between
41 and 71.99 credits completed) or Senior (more than 72 credits completed)
Program Expectations: Participation
events designed to enhance the knowledge and interest of students within the
International living community. (minimum of 2 per semester)
with an internationally focused organization or department (Beyond Borders,
Study Abroad Office, Phi Beta Delta, Modern Languages, etc.) (minimum of 1 per
with the Faculty Advisor to integrate academics into programming efforts of the
intentional learning community.
All students are expected to meet with a member of the Residential
Education and Housing Department and/or Center for International Education a
minimum of once per semester to discuss program expectations.