Returning Students


Welcome Home!

We hope you had great experiences abroad! Whether you studied abroad for a term, multiple terms, or a full academic year, education abroad has changed your life in a positive way. The experiences and memories gained from completing academic course work, traveling, and exploring abroad have made an impact on all aspects of your life: academic, personal, and professional.

As a "returnee", we hope you continue to globalize your academic and college experiences. Now that you're back, you will have the privilege of applying to our Ambassador program to mentor future students, submitting entries into the video and photo contests, and participating in International Club, the International Roommate program and other activities. Perhaps you're already planning your next experience abroad through a Cardinal Destination course, Richter grant, Fulbright application, or another semester overseas.

Regardless of the next path you've chosen, we hope you have a smooth transition back to North Central College and the States. As always, please contact the Center for Global Education or an education abroad advisor with any questions regarding your transition home, future international experiences or to get involved.

We are glad you're home!

Program Evaluation Meeting

Learn the date and time of your meeting at the Center for Global Education to discuss your study abroad program!

Welcome Back Dinner & Retreat

You're home, now let's celebrate! Join us Wednesday, January 10, 2018.

Re-Entry Conference

I'm back, now what? Including study abroad on your resume, using your experiences abroad in an interview, exploring international-focused careers, and more!

Photo & Video Contests

Show off what you've done and where you've been, all while earning a little extra $$$!

Study Abroad Ambassador Program

Apply to be the official study abroad student voice on campus and mentor for future study abroad students.

Reverse Culture Shock

Returning home after studying and living abroad can be a challenging experience. Learn more about reverse culture shock and how to combat it.