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* FIS is a cooperative effort between the Office of International Student Affairs and volunteers in the local community. Our Goal is to connect international students and local families - to find mutual friendship, support, and cultural exhcange througout students' time at the college. Matches are made (usually in late July) based on the information you provide in the form below.
What is/are your occupation(s)?
Do you own pets? If yes, what kind?
Do you have international travel experience? If yes, please describe:
Select 4-5 activities that best represent your family's hobbies, skills and interests.
Faith Based Activities
Theatre / Acting
Share any other experiences or interests that might help us match you with your host student:
Have you previously hosted an international student(s)? If yes, how long and how many students?
How much time do you anticipate spending with your new host student?
Every Other Week
Please indicate any preferences with respect to the following:
Do you have a preference regarding the nationality of your student?
Would you be willing to host more than one student at the same time?
Do you have a preference regarding the religious affiliation of your student?
Do you know any current host families? If so, please list them. If not, please list at least one personal reference, including a telephone number or email address
Host Family #1:
Host Family #2:
Host Family #3:
Please feel free to recommend another family or friend who may be interested in the program. We will contact them and invite their participation (please include their phone or email address)
"The College of Wooster's FIS Program is completely voluntary and is based upon mutual trust between the FIS host and the student. While care is taken to match a student with an individual or a family of similar tastes and interests, the College of Wooster does not take responsibility for any incident(s) arising from the relationship. Program participants may choose to discontinue the FIS relationship upon notification of OISA."