The present work is an important contribution to the scientific research on acculturation. As a whole, the present study provides a theoretical framework to describe the difference of patterns in sociocultural and psychological adaptation for Latin American international students utilizing Internet media. The knowledge gained from experiences with international students in English-speaking higher education institutions has broad implications for intercultural education. Specifically these are to acknowledge the need to understand the elements that interact in acculturation, understand the patterns that occur during sociological and psychological adaptation, and implement effective measures to ensure that better cross-cultural interaction occurs to enhance students’ well being and help achieve the school goals. International students are continuously negotiating their identities while living in the host country. This process involves a need to decide what to let go from their original culture and what to absorb from the host culture.