"Loving it. One of the best experiences ever." -Maureen
"My best college experience so far." -Naomi
"We're family." -Daniel
The IPACS House—sponsored by the international studies major and conflict resolution minor—brings together students interested in international affairs, global politics and peace studies. Residents help plan and attend various activities such as faculty speakers, films, social gatherings, and community service. Residents are also encouraged to attend on-campus activities such as the International Studies Public Forum (ISPF) and the Olive Tree Initiative events. Living in the IPACS House provides a great opportunity for students to engage with a community of students, faculty, campus organizations and academics working on international issues. Priority consideration will be given to international studies majors and conflict resolution minors. For information on how to apply to live in the IPACS House, please visit the Student Housing website.