International Center Student Council (ICSC)

ICSC Purpose

The International Center Student Council (ICSC) provides globally minded students with a forum to identify and examine issues affecting students. ICSC serves as a direct link between U-M students and the International Center. It is dedicated to helping the International Center fulfill its mission. ICSC also serves to provide a global community in which members can respectfully and creatively collaborate with each other and with IC to make UM a better place for personal and professional growth.

Both undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to join ICSC, and both international and U.S. students are encouraged to join!

Applications to join ICSC are currently being accepted. Click here to complete the application by September 8. Those selected will be notified by September 15. 

More information about expectations and meeting dates can be found in the application.

Questions? To contact ICSC, please email


ICSC Leader and Members

2023-2024 ICSC Leader

Eva Hayes Whelan

Eva Hayes Whelan

Hello, my name is Eva Hayes Whelan. I am a sophomore student from Dublin, Ireland. I’m hoping to declare a double major in Economics and Biology this year. During my free time, I love to take advantage of Ann Arbor’s campus so if you want any advice on the best study spots, cafes or best hiking trails don’t hesitate to reach out! This is my second year serving on the ICSC board and I am excited to continue to work alongside a diverse group of international students in helping the international community at the University of Michigan.


2022-2023 ICSC Members

Radin Alikhani, Iran
Zainab Alramadhan, Saudi Arabia
Chia-Lin Chang, Taiwan
Ting-Sung Cheng, Taiwan
Pat Chimtanoo, Thailand
Yu-Jin Choi, South Korea
Alisher Duspayev, Kazakhstan
Eva Hayes Whelan, Ireland
Vivek Jaiswal, India
Krupesh Patel, Canada
Hannah Sun, China
Heqing Wang, Singapore
Scott Zhu, China