A highly encouraged college experience at most institutions is study abroad. Universities dedicate significant resources to helping students find programs that fit their educational needs.

Enthusiasm for international studies is high and millions of dollars are spent every year by students looking to find their own enriching experience. Studying abroad requires students to undergo massive transitions.

One of the most easily disregarded transitions is re-adjusting to home. Included in this site are typical factors that contribute to re-entry anxiety and depression, and suggestions on how to reduce such feelings.

Returning home after dedicating months to becoming a part of another culture is difficult. On this site you also have the opportunity to read some personal stories of students who not only had the courage and strength to go abroad, but more impressively, had the strength to return home.


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