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German House

What you need to know about the German House

  • The German Department operates four apartments (two for men and two for women) in the foreign language house complex located across from the MTC next to married housing.
  • Six students live in the apartment, one of whom is usually a native speaker who helps students to improve their language proficiency.
  • Students enjoy the same kind of language immersion as Study Abroad without the cost.
  • While in the apartment, only German is spoken. Guests can visit in the comfortable visitor’s lounge.
  • The social hour, four times a week, includes dinner with everyone and lively conversation.
  • The ward meets in the complex on Sunday. A German Sunday school class is organized by the bishop.
  • Rent includes utilities, laundry facilities, dishwasher, and a microwave.
  • Residents enjoy significant improvement in German communication.
  • Applications are accepted for fall, winter, spring and summer.

Visit the Language Immersion Student Residence (LISR) homepage to learn more and begin an application.

For further information you may also contact:

Professor Hans-Wilhelm Kelling
3107 JFSB
(801) 422-6225