Fairleigh Dickinson has a study abroad program where they send approximately 55 students to Wroxton, England for 3 and a half months of travel, rigorous academia, and full cultural immersion. However, placing a group of 19-21 year-olds, primarily based from New York and New Jersey in an Abbey, where every class, meal, study session, and hang out is together, it certainly leaves plenty of excitement to boil up. Who better to explain the Wroxton experience better than the Jersey Shore crew themselves?

Boarding the plane to England


Trying to figure out who the one non-FDU student is


Forming new friendships like...


When you win a VIP booth at Moo Moos


Friday night and YJ Cars are lined up in front of the Abbey


When they bump dinner up to 6:00pm but it's midnight and you're starving


Getting to Brighton and being too excited to see a body of water


Sitting in Garrity's lectures like...


Learning new drama at tea time


Taking a break from papers to get a pint at White Horse


Rolling up FDU sqaud deep to Pub Crawls


Travel Break


Posing on Instagram with your best buddie


Having limited supplies to make a Halloween costume


Knowing you have to be up at 8:30am for an art trip but deciding to drink anyway


When Baldwin calls someone out for not paying attention


Jumping into bed like you didn't take two naps earlier that day


Starting to miss American food like...


November hits and everyone starts coming for each other


Getting through homesickness


Procrastinating all 10 INTER papers and you're basically living in the library


Walking out of your last exam like...


Preparing yourself to go home knowing you may never see this beautiful place and incredible people again…


So shout out to Wroxton, the craziest, funnest, hardest, most rewarding and hands down best experience of my life.