Student Resources

Returning Students

Welcome back! We know that your time abroad has been a life-changing experience. However, the journey does not stop there! Please check out some of the opportunities that allow you to share your experience with others.
SAMs

Where Are My Grades?

Getting your grades from your host institution takes a lot longer that what you may be used to in the U.S. Depending on the university, it can take anywhere from 4 to 8 weeks for your grades to be fully processed. Contact your program specialist if you have any additional questions about the process.

Work with OIEP!

Become a Study Abroad Mentor (paid or volunteer)

Are you excited about sharing your experiences and encouraging others to explore their world? Our office is looking for energetic and passionate students who would love to talk about their travels abroad. Check out our Study Abroad Mentor page for more information.

PR and Outreach Intern (internship)

Are you a PR or Marketing major (or similar)? OIEP is always looking for students to oversee our social media. Submit your application by clicking here.

Office Assistants (paid or internship)

Gain experience working in study abroad office and build your resume. Click here for more information and to apply.

Photo Contest

Pictures are worth a thousand words - and now they could win you a prize! Submit your best photos to be evaluated in our photo contest and win a prize. Please see the Photo Contest page for more information.

Social Media

Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Pinterest! Feel free to share your pictures and videos as well.  Who knows - your submissions might be the thing that pushes someone to take that leap across the pond!

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Study Abroad Student Association

The Study Abroad Student Association is an organization for students who have studied abroad and who are interested in study abroad. It provides an outlet for students to interact with their fellow peers who have either been abroad or are interested in hearing first-hand impressions of various study abroad experiences. Below are listed a few of the activities that S.A.S.A. plans to implement this academic year:

  • Ice cream social for returning study abroad students
  • Peer-to-peer recruiting in residence halls and throughout campus
  • Organization of internationally themed events
  • Interaction with international students on campus.
  • any thoughts or ideas you may have are welcome!

Our organization is not only open to those who have studied abroad. If you are interested in international relation, studies, etc. please feel free to join. Contact SASA today!