American Students

If you are an American undergraduate student, you can apply and interview to be considered for the International House. 

American students usually have a wide variety of majors. Efforts are made so that American students in the program represent the general composition of Jacksonville State University. These students are usually involved in every aspect of college life. Members have been SGA senators, Ballerinas, band members, drama students, and members of ROTC, honor societies, and professional clubs. This diversity provides the international students the opportunity to observe our American culture firsthand.

There are no extra fees or charges for membership in the International House Program. If you apply and are accepted to participate in the International House program, you will be eligible for tuition, fees and housing assistance.

Learn about Eligibility

American student painting at UN Day Tea

A student paints at the UN Day Tea. The annual tea at homecoming brings the community and JSU's International Program together.

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