The CIE offers many programs and activities to the international students and scholars at UIU. The activities and programs were developed to assist the international students and scholars to life in the U.S. as well as to provide engaging activities for international students and scholars to share their cultures and experiences with each other and the American UIU community.
Listed below are just a few of the activities that CIE offers:
International Culture Night: Held each spring semester, this culturally rich evening event welcomes the UIU community as well as the surrounding communities to campus. The event seeks to highlight and celebrate the diversity of the UIU international population. Activities include (but are not necessarily limited to) international foods, table displays, interactive activities (such as name writing in Japanese, origami, etc), a fashion show and a talent show.
Homecoming Parade: International students, staff and faculty represent their countries during the UIU Homecoming Parade each year. Many wear their traditional dress and carry their flag. This opportunity seeks to highlight for the UIU and local community the great diversity present on campus.
Driver's License Trips: Offered to students that need to apply for a driver's license. CIE will rent a van to take students to the Department of Motor Vehicles in West Union. Trips will be offered twice a semester.
Social Security Number Trips: Offered to students that need to apply for an SSN. CIE will rent a van to take students to the Social Security Administration Office in Waterloo. Trips will be offered twice a semester.
New activities are being organized all the time. Check the UIU calendar often for a complete schedule of all events across the Fayette campus. Check the CIE calendar for a complete list of the many programs and activities that CIE has scheduled.