ICC has nine co-op houses, each with 15-31 members. Each house has its own unique culture and varies in terms of size, location, food preference (vegetarian, vegan, meat), structure and policies, student age (lower-division, upper-division, graduate), and overall atmosphere. The best way to discover which house is right for you is to visit the house in person to a take a tour, enjoy a house dinner, and meet the members.
Signing dates for Summer and Fall '12
We have a few spaces available for the rest of summer. We are full for the academic year, but are still accepting applications. You can get on the waitlist and be eligible to fill any rooms that may open up. Apply now to be sure to get a room. Don't be fooled by housing promising you cheap rates that are not all inclusive. At an ICC co-op you have only one payment for all of your expenses plus the community of the house.
What you don't have at an ICC co-op are the hassles of setting up utilities, a landlord or RA looking over your shoulder, having to go to the grocery store to get food for every meal, long shuttle bus rides to campus, trying to find something to do on the weekend, and more headaches and hassles.
You can afford to live near campus.