Our students today learn and live in new ways and by using advanced technologies. The buildings and grounds at International House provide the setting in which this learning and living takes place, but are in ever need of upgrading and re-creation.
International House needs to adapt to the changing demands of students in order to remain an innovator and leader in international learning and living. We welcome the opportunity to discuss any ways you might consider supporting capital projects including:
- Upgrading of student bedrooms and living areas
- Refurbishing dedicated spaces for music and performing arts practice
- Redesigning the gardens and pathways that connect the buildings on our campus
- Upgrading building façades
- Re-creating learning spaces for students, including extending the Angus Mitchell Library.
These exciting new developments will be the catalyst for further works and developments at International House.
The Laurel Clark Garden
Help us build a place of remembrance for our community
International House is developing a garden to pay tribute to those we have lost together as a community. The garden is currently under construction and will be a quiet area for students and staff to use for personal reflection.
The garden will be located outside Greycourt Building near the Deputy Head's apartment, and will be named the Laurel Clark Garden after our former Librarian. Laurel dedicated 22 years of service to International House before being tragically taken in a car accident in January 2015.
The International House community will be able to use this quiet place to remember those who have passed, and to take time out to enjoy the garden.
To make a contribution to the Laurel Clark Garden, contact International House.