Articles by Emily Burt
You may feel misunderstood once back in your home country, and even homesick for your U.S. college.
The international diversity of U.S. colleges can help students keep in touch with their home culture.
Adaptability and intercultural skills are two attributes international students can show on a resume.
International students may be surprised by displays of school spirit in the U.S. – but should join in.
Prospective international students should keep their goals in mind to find a good fit at a U.S. college.
Your American classmates will ask about your home country, accent and much more.
Explore new classes and activities to get out of your comfort zone as a new international student.
During orientation, take tours of the area and ask your guide questions to settle into a U.S. college.
Spend your first day as an international student in the U.S. taking a walk and meeting the neighbors.