Study Abroad Alumni

“Because in a sense, it's the coming back, the return, which gives meaning to the going forth. We really don't know where we've been until we've come back to where we were. Only, where we were may not be as it was because of who we've become. Which is, after all, why we left.”   -Bernard, Northern Exposure

Welcome Back!

The Center of International Programs is glad that you had an experience abroad! We hope that the study abroad experience has given you the opportunity for personal growth. Now that you have returned we want to mention a few opportunities available to you to extend your study abroad experience!

Attend the Lessons from Abroad Conference
Maria D. Flores always leads a group to this conference where you can learn about future career opportunities surrounding
study abroad or how you can use your experience studying abroad to help you get your dream job.

Inspire Others to Go Abroad

1) Create an picture social media account, write a blog, or contribute articles to the Collegian.

Check out Alumna Danielle Stuart's '16 article, she studied abroad in Melbourne, Australia:

Check out Alumnus Holden Nakamura's ('15) adventures as he travels Europe, he studied in Alicante, Spain:

2) Become a Peer Mentor

As a Peer Mentor, you will have the opportunity to speak to other students who are interested in study abroad.
Give tips about your experience and best practices for their application ect.

3) Join the International Club!

The International Club focuses are activities that can bring upon cultural awareness and is an opportunity
to become friends with others who are open to global perspectives like you!