Stimson House serves as the programming center for the Office of Intercultural & International Life. Programs hosted at Stimson House are open to all students, faculty, and staff. On a day-to-day basis, Stimson House, also known as the Intercultural Center, is a safe space for students to come together to relax, socialize, meet, and study. Thus, our hope is that Stimson House will also be a place where students can have informal but meaningful interactions with students from diverse backgrounds.
Students, faculty and staff may use Stimson House, its facilities, and resources in a variety of ways:
- Workshops & seminars
- Networking with other students
- Class projects
- Group meetings
- Study sessions
- Debate & open forums
- A retreat from academia!
If you would like to use Stimson House for a reception, group meeting, study group, or to watch a film; contact Michael in the Office of Intercultural & International Life (email@example.com). Stimson House may be used during the evening and on weekends.