Trueman House

March 5, 2017

See below for additional details about the Trueman House:
Only the first level of the house will be accessible to renters. The upper level is for IFI Staff only. On the first level there are three bedrooms, one and a half bathrooms, a dining room, living room, and kitchen. Washer and dryer are also available. Location is in Fairborn, less than a 5-minute drive from the Wright State campus. There is transportation to WSU available via a shuttle service, however, it’s more convenient if you have access to a car.

There are three bedrooms for rent: two smaller ones and a larger one, each furnished with a bed, desk, and dresser. The exact rent would vary depending on the room rented, but would include all utilities. To inquire about the price for the rooms and for the exact address, please inquire with director Gloria Kelios at

TrueMan House Vision & Purpose:
– This is mixed gender housing; HOWEVER, each renter will have their own private room and there will be guidelines in place to ensure the comfort and privacy of the renters.
– The purpose is to create a safe, family environment for Americans and internationals to live together where internationals can practice their English and everyone can share their cultures and live in close community with each other.
– As a part of belonging to IFI and with IFI staff living there, renters should be aware that the house is a resource that is open to all international students and IFI volunteers/staff in accordance with the oversight and discretion of IFI Dayton directors. This means that it would potentially be used for different meetings, events, and Bible studies, and there would often be people coming/going from the house.
**PLEASE NOTE** By applying, you agree to a personal interview before the acceptance of your application so we can get to know you beforehand.

If you would like more detailed information about the guidelines and policies for the Trueman House before applying, please contact Gloria at g.kelios@ifiusa.org

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