culture shock

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3 Important Resources for Making Friends on a Foreign Campus

Making friends on campus as an international student can be intimidating. Here are three great resources to help you meet people naturally and comfortably.

Former Dean of Undergraduate Admission, Loyola University Chicago

7 Reasons the United States Should Be Your Study Destination

Considering a US education for university? Check out these seven reasons you should study in the United States.

International Student

6 Questions to Ask About a University's Cultural Fit

Finding a good cultural fit in a university is important to being comfortable and happy on campus. Here's how to review schools through this cultural lens.

Former Director of Marketing & Enrollment Management, St. Thomas University

How to Stay Connected to Your Home Country While in the US

Staying in touch with your loved ones back home while at college in the US is crucial to the adaptation process. Here are easy ways to keep connected!

Former Associate Dir. for International Enrollment, Slippery Rock University

5 Tips to Make Adjusting to a New University and Culture Easier

Adjusting to college is difficult—and infinitely more so for international students in a new culture. Use these tips to help you adjust to university life.

Former Dean of Admission, Loyola University New Orleans

How Does Working With International Students Differ?

Although they're students just the same, there are extra steps and cultural considerations when working with international students. One expert weighs in.

Associate Director of Educational Directions, Inc.

Your Best Resource for Adjusting to University: International Student Orientation

It's going to take time to adjust to your new US college campus, but one thing can certainly help you process your culture shock: student orientation.

Dean of International Services and Programs, University of Oklahoma

The Top 10 Myths About Attending University in America

Many students who come to study in America have expectations about campus life shaped by television and movies, or by offhand comments from well-meaning friends and family. Here's the truth behind some of the most common myths.

Director, International Student Services, Pepperdine University