The International House: A Living-Learning Community on the Macon Campus
The International House is a place where students, international and domestic, truly live together.
It is a Winship Apartment building with shared one and two-bedroom apartments for two to four occupants. The I-House, affectionalty named by its occupants, also has one large common room with couches, a kitchen, and a bathroom, making it ideal for students to spend time together getting to know more about different cultures of the world.
Ideally, the International House is occupied by 10-international students and 10-American students with international interests. American students are encouraged to help international students navigate campus and explore Macon. Traditionally, all international exchange students studying at Mercer University have been placed in this housing option.
Current Mercer undergraduate students who are rising sophomores or above are eligible to live in the International House. If you are interested in living in the International House, contact the Office of International Programs! Placements within the I-House is managed through the Office of International Programs in partnership with the Office of Housing and Residence Life.
During the 2016-2017 academic year, students from Brazil, China, Costa Rica, Germany, England, Saudi Arabia, Scotland, Sweden, and the United States are living together!