Those who made it home said they're glad to be back- but concerned about four fellow students and two faculty members who are still missing.
Tyska said he and his classmates walked to the U.S ambassador's house believing that was the safest place for them.
"All 8 of us, never left. Never left. Went to the bathroom in pairs, and not far away. We were all together. We would never split up, even when they were like, 'These cars are going to the same places.' We never split up, ever," said Paul Tyska, Lynn University Student.
The parents of those missing students are pleading with the U.S. government to get more people into Haiti to help with the search.