What is RHouse?
R House stands for Radical Hospitality Opportunities in Undergraduate Student Exchange. We are a network of people and programs at St Norbert College that are committed to providing radical hospitality to our students from all around the world.
Why be involved in RHOUSE?
Do you like meeting new people? Do you want to share your culture and learn about another's? Do you love Wisconsin and want like to show someone from far away what is great about living here. Maybe you want to reach out to someone who is very far from home and would value a friend. Or you have been the stranger and know how they feel. If you answered 'yes' to any of these questions, then you should join one of the initiatives in RHOUSE.
I-Houses ( Not available for 2014-15)
The International Houses provide students who have a 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. Th I House activities include, trips, service projects, socials and weekly international dinners. More about I-House
Interfaith Dialogue Groups
Join the Conversation! We're looking for students interested in meaningful conversation with their peers. In these dialogue groups students get to know one another and share their stories and perspectives. Join a group
Beyond Borders is an organization that challenges students to go beyond their cultural and personal borders by learning, sharing, and communicating with people from different backgrounds. Learn more
The Sturzl Center and Office of International Programming have developed unique service opportunities for International Students and students from the US to work together on service projects. Cross cultural community service is a great way to learn and make international friends while making a valuable contribution to our local community. If you are interested in joining a cross cultural community service group. Learn more
For more information please contact Nancy Mathias email@example.com
Friendship Family Program
The Friendship Family Program gives international students the opportunity to spend time with an American individual or family in their home. If you are interested in participating in the Friendship Family Program please contact Linda Wanless firstname.lastname@example.org
During the academic school year you can request to be matched with an international student to help them practice speaking and listening in English. Join the conversation!
For more information about the conversation partners please contact:
Linda Wanless email@example.com