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Every floor in the ILLC is equipped with a large shared kitchen, available to residents 24/7. Each kitchen has a cooktop, oven, refrigrator, microwave, and sink. Cooking equipment is available for checkout from the Front Desk.
The ILLC has multiple large gathering spaces, including lounges on each floor. Cable television is available in hall lounges, along with places for residents to study, socialize and relax.
All suites in the ILLC have bathrooms containing a shower, toilet, and sink; these are shared only with other residents of the suite. See below for additional restrooms available throughout the building.
Global Village: The Global Village is a community for International and American students who are passionate about cultural exchange and global experiences. The Global Village offers students of all majors the opportunity for international-domestic and international-international roommate pairs, globally-themed hall programs and much more. Students who are admitted to the College of Business and have an interest in international affairs may also choose to live in the ILLC's Global Village community. The Global Village is located on the fifth floor.
Second Year and Above: One wing of the fourth floor is home to a Second Year and Above community, for students who have already completed at least one year of college, graduate students, or transfer students.
The Resident Director is a professional staff member who lives in the International Living-Learning Center and supervises the student staff members. Contact the Resident Director for help transitioning to college life, room changes and roommate issues, guidance and support.
The live-in student staff members of the ILLC include resident assistants, a Community Relations Facilitor, and an Academic Learning Assistant. Contact student staff members with questions about your building as well as for help with personal, social and academic needs, and general community issues.
The RAD is a professional staff member who lives on campus and supervises professional and student staff members from several halls. The RAD also advises hall area councils, and can help students find campus leadership opportunities.