International students at St. Lawrence are involved in a broad scope of campus activities including student government, clubs and organizations, theme communities, fraternities and sororities, academic and leadership honoraries, and athletics.
There are also several campus groups that focus on international and cultural exchange and may be of particular interest to international students.
International House (I-House)
I-House is a residential theme community that offers internationally-minded students a place to gather. International students and students returning from abroad are especially encouraged to apply, but any member of the SLU community with interests in intercultural and international issues is welcome. Located in the 2600's of Sykes, the I-House offers campus-wide programs that range from weekly Tea Time and international film showings, to bigger events such as the yearly Africa Night or Kaleidoscope. I-House has a facebook page, as well.
African Student Union (A.S.U.)
A.S.U. is a campus organization that promotes awareness about Africa in the St. Lawrence community, builds solidarity among Africans on campus and provides discussion on issues related to Africa for students, faculty administrators and alumni interested in Africa.
A.S.I.A. (Asian Students Intercultural Organization)
A.S.I.A. is a campus organization that works to raise awareness of Asian culture on campus.
Islamic Culture Club (I.C.C.)
The I.C.C. is a campus organization that creates an environment where the students of the Islamic cultures can share their experiences with the SLU community and organizes Islamic programs and activities.
La Sociedad Hispana
This campus organization encourages students on campus to represent their culture and helps students on campus learn more about the Hispanic cultures from around the world while participating in activities within the St. Lawrence community
Literacy for Nepal
The goal of Literacy for Nepal is to promote projects that provide rural Nepali students access to higher levels of education and improve the infrastructure of educational institutions in rural Nepal.
Manstwe Amantle (Beautiful Voices)
Manstwe Amantle is a choral group focusing on music drawn from African artists. The choir entertains and educates the St. Lawrence community on various cultures and aspects of Africa through African music.
Model United Nations
Members of Model U.N. participate in Model U.N. conferences nationally and internationally and helps raise awareness of world issues on the SLU campus.