International Students of Lewis & Clark (ISLC)

International Students of Lewis & Clark (ISLC) is a student government designed to promote international awareness by increasing the interaction between international and U.S. students. ISLC achieves its purpose by organizing various activities throughout the year. The ISLC is open to U.S. students as well as international students.

Purpose as stated in Charter: International Students of Lewis & Clark (ISLC) promotes and facilitates the interaction and exchange of culture, customs, experiences, and knowledge within the international student body, as well as between international students, Third Culture Kids (TCKs), and American students on and off campus. Its continuing goal is to create a more diverse, active, and culturally aware college community that celebrates our variety of backgrounds, interests, and goals. ISLC acts as a governmental body for international students by organizing events such as the International Fair, acting as a representative voice for international students to administration and other student organizations, and meeting to address issues of international student concern.


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