It is our goal to celebrate the lives and achievements of our alumni and the contributions they have made and continue to make in the world. We invite you to join the official global community and networking platform for I-House Berkeley alumni, I-House Berkeley Connect. By sharing the link with your I-House friends, you are helping to extend our reach and to keep the I-House connection alive!
More Ways To Stay Connected
Follow I-House on Social Media
Plan an Alumni Reunion
Would you like to get together with other I-House friends? Consider planning your own reunion at I-House or elsewhere. The Office of Alumni Relations can help with the following:
- Contact alumni from your era
- Brainstorm timing and format for a gathering
- Reserve a gathering place at I-House
- Publicize reunion on our website and Facebook page
- Document the fun in the I-House Times newsletter
When you're ready to start planning, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Share Your I-House Story
Do you have a favorite I-House memory? Did you meet your sweetheart under the dome? Has the I-House experience made an impact on your life? Consider sharing your story for our I-House Stories section! By contributing your I-House story, you are helping to keep the I-House connection alive.
Alumni are always welcome to come back to I-House for visits. Just let us know when you plan to visit, and if you'd like a tour of your "home sweet home" by emailing Alumni Relations at email@example.comOur team would be happy to capture the moment for our "Back to Berkeley" section of our newsletter.
You might also consider staying in the Ambassador Suite, which can sleep up to four people and has an ensuite bathroom.
Browse Alumni Directories
Our office has scanned some of the resident directories dating back to 1963! Click to view PDFs below.
Fall 1969 Winter 1969
Spring 1982 Fall 1982 Winter 1982
Spring 1985 Fall 1985
Spring 1986 Fall 1986
Spring 1987 Fall 1987
Spring 1988 Fall 1988
Give Back to I-House
Did the I-House experience make a positive impact on your life? Consider making a gift for future generations. While International House generates the majority of its annual budget as a self-supporting, 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization, we face a basic reality: room and board fees do not cover fundamental expenses. Generous support from alumni and friends make up this difference. Take a look at the ways to support International House.