The ISC is located opposite Memorial Hall, in the Memorial area of campus. This area includes a new baseball and softball field complex, 2 student art galleries, a costume shop, the Art Education Center, and studios, classrooms and computer labs used by the School of Art and Art History.
The Memorial Area is a 10-minute walk, or a short ride on the free campus bus service, from the central Bluestone area of campus, where the university library, health center and cinema are found.
Most of your English preparation classes, academic credit classes, and American culture classes are taught in university classrooms near the International Study Center. You will also have some lectures on other parts of the university campus, for instance, in JMU’s Business School.
All ISC classrooms are equipped with everything you expect in a 21st Century classroom, including screens, projectors, computers, internet connection and interactive whiteboards.
You will use a computer program called Blackboard to submit homework and assignments, participate in discussions, and stay updated about coursework. The program will be shown to you when you join.