Frequently Asked Questions



What is Madison International?

Each year, student residents, residence hall staff, faculty-in residence, and a hall director from the United States and around the world come together to live and learn in a dynamic, international residence hall (Hoffman Hall) in the heart of JMU’s campus. 

What is a Residential Living Community?

Students who participate in a Residential Learning Community (RLC) get the unique opportunity to live and take classes with a small group of students who share similar interests. 

Where do Madison International students live?

Madison International students live in or near Hoffman Hall, a newly renovated residence hall located near the heart of the JMU campus. 

Do I have to take all the classes associated with Madison International?

Once accepted you will need to take all the courses associated with the Madison International. If you drop one you may be dropped from the community and your housing assignment may be changed before your arrival.

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