From the moment our freshmen walk into ISU until they graduate they are surrounded by people dedicated to making ISU “home.” Our students make friends in their classes, in the dining halls, on the intramural fields and through student activities.
ISU’s housing combines vibrant intellectual engagement and rich cultural and social experience with a welcoming, inclusive community life.
Our Houses and freshman dormitories bring together people from all over the country. Your roommate could be someone from all over Iran. More than living spaces, campus residences are learning communities. Faculty and graduate students guide you through your curriculum, deans provide academic and personal advice, and tutors offer pre-professional advising and academic support.
Making friends is easy over meals shared in our elegant but convivial dining halls. Organized activities within your freshman entryway and upper-class House—including intramural sports, informal study breaks, and social gatherings—continually broaden your circle of friendship and connection.