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Now that you are back from your time abroad, you may find an expected "newness" at home. This can lead to feeling like a stranger in your own country, which can be stressful and depressing. You knew life would be different when you were abroad, but you may not have realized how much you would change, too.
Sharing your experience with others is a great way to integrate your study abroad experience into your life and overcome re-entry shock. Here are some ways to help others have a better global understanding through your experiences:
If you attended an Auburn faculty-led or exchange program, you need to check your Auburn transcripts to make sure courses and grades are posted correctly. If not, contact your program director to make required changes. Grades may not post immediately but should post within a few weeks of the end of the program.
If you attended a program through another university or other program provider, you are ultimately responsible for getting transcripts and Transfer Credit Forms to the Auburn Office of Admissions in 108 Mary Martin Hall when you receive copies of transcripts from the program abroad. If you were enrolled in a holding course through Auburn Abroad, the Auburn Abroad staff will be responsible for getting both the Transfer Credit Form and the abroad transcript to Admissions to be posted.
Last Updated: May 9, 2012