Your experience was important and it made an impact on your life. You should be able to share that with your peers, professors, and staff at Marshall. We want to help you ease back into life at Marshall and also help you find ways to keep your study abroad experience alive. Your experience was important and it made an impact on your life, you should be able to share that with your peers, professors, and staff at Marshall. Below you will find some helpful information for returnees from how to make some awesome photo books to how and when your grades from abroad will be put on your transcript. Enjoy!
Have all these amazing pictures and don’t know what to do?
Blurb is a great website that allows you to compile your pictures, blog entries, journal entries, etc into a book. Previous returnees have utilized this site and suggested you do the same. It is an easy step-by-step process with reasonable rates. All you have to do is download the program.
Upon completion of your program, transcripts will be sent to the Center for International Programs. From here they will be sent to Admissions. If you have any issues with this contact Admissions or your academic advisor.
First Year Seminar Presentations
We encourage you to share your experience with other students through Freshman Seminar presentations. Our office gets multiple requests for presentations each semester. The information provided is greatly enhanced by a personal account. It gives life to the material; students would much rather hear your stories than us.
If you are interested in volunteering, interning, or attending graduate school abroad, our office is the place to go. We have plenty of information to assist you in finding the perfect program.