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Applying Your Experience
Perhaps you’ve already secured your international academic program, you’ve studied abroad, or you are an international student currently on the Cornell campus. If you are eager to apply your valuable international experience to a worthwhile project while you finish your degree, here is a sampling of what you can do.
Here's a great way to experience countries and cultures around the globe without leaving Ithaca. Pick up a Passport at the Cornell Cinema box office at either Willard Straight Theater or Uris Auditorium during show times, or from the Cornell Cinema Office at 104 Willard Straight Hall any weekday between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Throughout the year Cornell Cinema features a wide array of foreign films and with the passport, every fifth foreign film is free!
Holland International Living Center
HILC is a residential community with a focus on global political, economic, social, and cultural issues, as well as the celebration and appreciation of international cultures. It is home to 144 residents from countries around the world and a mix of freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors, and grad students.
International Students and Scholars Office (ISSO)
The International Studies and Scholars Office (ISSO) offers visa, immigration, and travel information for international students and scholars leaving and reentering the U.S. along with general travel resources and links to: airline, rail, car rental sites, American youth hostels, and discount travel sites.
International Students Programming Board (ISPB)
The International Students Programming Board (ISPB) is an organization of students from a diverse background committed to promoting dialogue and awareness about world events, cultures, and issues.
The Language House is a unique residence for students who want to hone their language skills in a friendly setting and make connections to others with similar interests.
For students, it's never too early to start planning your networking strategy. For current faculty, staff, and alumni it's never too late.
Search All Cornell Student Organizations
Several hundred student organizations are active on the Cornell campus, many with a significant country or culture focus. The best way to find ones that relate to your particular interests is to browse the entire list of student associations. But, if you prefer, you can do a specialized search.