Mission Statement

As a part of the Center for International Education (CIE), the International Student Advisory Board provides a platform for our international student representatives to discuss the programs, services and issues that our students may have at the University of Washington Bothell. The term of the board service is one academic year (Fall-Winter-Spring). The board will consist of 5-10 students that selected through application process who could greatly represent the body of intercultural international community.

Board Members Will

  • Represent the voice of the international student community at UWB.
  • Act as an accessible and visible resource for the international student community.
  • Create a supportive intercultural learning community among international students and domestic students.
  • Present the need of international students to the campus community.
  • Perform as community leaders to encourage open discussions, collect feedbacks, advocate for the needs, and enhance the visibility of the international student body.

Responsibilities of ISAB Board Members

  • Participate on-campus international events.
  • Attend monthly ISAB meetings based on schedule.
  • Collaborate to hold at least one open forum a year to discuss international community issues for possible solutions.

Membership Disciplines

  • More than two unexcused absences from regularly scheduled ISAB meetings are grounds for dismissal from ISAB.
  • Board membership is valid for one academic year but could be renewable upon the agreement from the Director of the Center for International Education.
  • Highlights of ISAB Meetings:
  • Exchange ideas and perspectives about what they realize in the international student community.
  • Identify the concerns and issues that international students have or potentially have on the campus.
  • Discuss about potential solutions and changes that needed to be taken to cope with issues.
  • Come up with ideas or programs that supports the student success, which can better serve the international student community.

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