International Friends Program (IFP)
The International Friends Program (IFP) promotes friendship and cultural exchange by matching current FAU students with new, incoming international students in order to help them adjust to life at FAU more easily. The peer friends serve as important resources for new international students who have many questions and concerns during their transition to FAU. For more information and to read some commonly asked questions about the IFP, please visit our information sheet.
- Interested students who would like to join the program can email Lisa Ward firstname.lastname@example.org
- To read the Biographies of our current Peer Friends/Mentors, please click here.
As you will soon discover, your academic and personal growth can be enhanced by involvement outside the classroom in student organizations and activities. Click here to access a list of active student clubs which you can join.
Volunteering is a great way to get to know the community. The vision of the FAU Center for Civic Engagement (CCES) and Volunteer Office is to foster future leaders through civic responsibility and community service. Click here and a link will take you to the CCES website so you can learn how you can get involved with your South Florida community.