Patti McGill Peterson Center for International and Intercultural Studies
Students are housed with private families in London within commuting distance of the program office and classrooms and within easy walking distance of a bus or tube stop. Families are typically located about forty minutes commuting distance from the office and classrooms.
Most students will share small double rooms. Linens are provided, but students are expected to change them and to be responsible for their own laundry. Students may be able to receive essential calls at their homestay but in the interest of safety, all students are required to have a cell phone. In an emergency a message may be left at the program office.
Cooking facilities will not normally be available for students. Breakfasts and two evening meals per week are provided by the host families. Students will receive a weekly stipend in order to purchase other meals.
Weekend long homestays in London's Afro-Carribean and Asian communities are offered on an optional basis.