One of our members from Costa Rica, published and article in StudyUSA of her experience living in the Reno International House. Her home with tight-knit friendships, accountability and support, has given her a full life of not only fun, but purpose and relationships, during her study at Truckee Meadows Community College (TMCC) in Reno. Share your stories of how living in an international community home has impacted your life. You can read her story here: Full Article in StudyUSA
How did you first hear about the Reno International House?
What brought you to Reno?
Tell us about the friends you've made here?
What advice do you have for someone planning to live in the home?
During this unprecedented time of society being sheltered, social distancing, closed university campus, and many businesses closed, many people are wondering "What can I do around here?" This is especially true of students of the University of Nevada who don't have a car, and have chosen to stay in Reno during this time, including visiting scholars, international students, and others who can't get back to their hometown.
You may have heard, all current students and faculty of the University of Nevada, Reno and TMCC can now ride the city bus (RTC Ride). How does it work?
Student housing leases can be confusing. There are several hidden tactics you should be aware of. With the many new off-campus student housing apartments available around the University of Nevada, Reno, there are plenty of choices when it comes to location, and amenities.
It seems like every side of the university campus has construction going on. What are all of those projects? Most of it is student housing. Just a brief look at most of the big ones
Many people ask me, what is there to do in the winter in Reno? It is a season where there are less outdoor community events. Less people walking around. It seems like there is less to do for fun, right?
Mike Cutler is a volunteer with the Reno International House and blogger of the local real estate housing development market in Reno. He likes to give advice for newly arriving students and immigrants, and report on the latest construction and housing needs around the University of Nevada, Reno.