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Suzi

Suzanna Sumkhuu, the international peer-adviser, is happy
to answer your questions. Just e-mail her.

Want to know about student life at Linfield?

Who better to ask than a current student? The answers are a click away. Just e-mail a Linfield student serving as our international peer advisor, who will respond to your questions regarding our academic programs, residence life, clubs and activities, town atmosphere or whatever else you'd like to ask.

Watch a video to find out what an international student  thinks about her Linfield experience.

Some of my favorite classes are very inspiring and highly thought provoking. I never thought I would do more than what I was assigned to do. One of my favorite professors sometimes keeps me after class to have some conversation about the topic we discussed in class and to learn more about the culture and experiences I brought from home. He's very open-minded, interested in learning and is able to make me think deeply. 
Joshua Chan ‘14

In my sociology class, my professor is so kind and open-mind. During his office hour, I sometimes visit his office and asked questions about the contents of class. He was very kind and friendly to answer my questions and gave me useful additional information and topics. They were so interesting that I researched them by myself. In addition, he said hello to me even out of the class. This made me feel easy to go to his office to ask a question.  Go Suzui, Rikkyo exchange student, Junior class

I really enjoy Managerial Accounting. My professor is awesome. He explains very clearly the material and most importantly, he is patient and funny. You can ask him any question and he will be more than glad to answer you. That's very important especially for an international student.  During my freshman year, I met my best friends. I am really glad I met them. This year, I share a room with two of my best friends. Also, on Thanksgiving break I visited my roommate in Seattle and then I went to Idaho with my other roommate to have Thanksgiving dinner. That's really awesome and makes me feel like home.  Maria Vargas ‘17