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When you Return from Abroad

Post-Study Abroad Survey

All Pacific students must complete the Post-Study Abroad Survey, which is located here. This survey must be completed no later than one week after the first day of classes at the University of the Pacific, the semester after the returning student's semester abroad. 

If this survey is not completed by the mentioned deadline, a hold will be placed on the returning student's account until that student has fully completed the survey.

Upon receipt of your abroad grades, IPS processes and forwards them to the Registrar's office for articulation to your Pacific transcript. This process usually takes 3-4 weeks after IPS receives abroad transcripts. If you need to receive abroad grades immediately upon your return, you will need to request they be expedited by your education abroad program/host university (It is best to do this in person while you are still abroad) and make sure that you have completed your program evaluation. A hold will be placed on your student account if your grades are received and IPS cannot verify completion of your program evaluation.

IPS does not have the authority to change any overseas grades. If you have a grade dispute, you will need to contact the professor of the course abroad, the program provider, and/or the resident director abroad in order to petition a grade change.

INTL 161 Cross-Cultural Training II

There is a re-entry course (INTL 161 Cross-Cultural Training II) available for students returning from an education program. This course is designed to analyze and evaluate the effects of your education abroad experience. It is required for SIS students, but open to all education abroad alumni.

University of the Pacific Education Abroad Office