At Cairn University, we know that the entire University benefits when international students get involved. The International Office and Office of Student Life are eager to assist international students as they transition to life in America, seeking to plug into the community.
Several student groups make a point of inviting international students to their events, including the Culture & Arts Association (CAA), Mu Kappa (Missionary Kids organization), and the Student Missionary Fellowship.
However, international students are encouraged to get involved in all aspects of campus life at Cairn, ranging from student groups, to athletics, to music and art, to leadership through Resident Life.
Around the Area
Students from Cairn University get involved in the local community in a variety of ways. The University Ministry Center helps students connect with local ministries, empowering students to serve the local Bucks County and Philadelphia communities in diverse ways—ranging from tutoring, to leading worship, to discipling the homeless. The UMC also encourages students to “plug into” a local church.
The University’s location in Bucks County is also ideal for exploring the region. With 3 bus routes and a train station within walking distance of campus, students have convenient access to attractions in the Bucks County and Philadelphia areas. In addition, students can easily take day trips to New York City (2 hours away), Baltimore (2 hours away), and Washington, D.C. (3 hours away).