Best Semester...Now what?
Now that you're back, you should be thinking about how to process, re-live or build upon your time abroad. We have plenty of suggestions for you including: Tying your experience to your academic work, maintaining and improving your language, joining an International Organization, and much more! Follow the link above to learn more about our suggestions that can help tie your abroad experience into the mix.
Re-Entry and Reverse Culture Shock
Are you having mixed feelings about your return home? Are you worried about integrating your old and new self or that relationships have changed while you were abroad? Click on the link above for helpful information regarding reverse home sickness, compartmentalizing your experience, Identity issues when returning home, and more.
Transcripts and Credit
Cornell Abroad Students are responsible for requesting their transcript from the program or foreign university attended. Cornell Abroad will contact you when we have received your transcript and send it to your College Registrar for processing.
Planning for the future...Scholarships & Fellowships
As a Junior or Senior, you may qualify for a number of funding sources leading to further education or internships. Some of these specifically fund travel, living expenses and programs abroad.
Photo Contest and Exhibit
Cornell Abroad invites returned students to submit photographs for the Annual Cornell Abroad Photo Contest. Photo submissions are archived into the CU Abroad photo library, used in CU Abroad publications, as well as show cased in the annual Spring Photo, Art and Poetry Exhibit. Click the link above for more information.
Ambassador Positions with Cornell Abroad
Build your resume, and have fun sharing your abroad experience! Find the position descriptions here and follow the directions to apply before/at the beginning of each semester.
Don't forget to check the Announcements on Cornell Abroad's home page, to see what events are coming up for Returned Students!