National Student Exchange, NSE is an exciting opportunity for students to attend one of nearly 200 colleges and universities in the United States, Canada, and the U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, and Guam.
Visit www.nse.org and find a full description of the program as well as a list of each member campus.
What are some of the reasons to go on exchange?
- To learn more about yourself
- To live in a different geographic setting
- To experience a different college setting
- To explore a particular academic interest
- To learn about a different culture and appreciate your own
- To form lasting friendships with students from all over the world
Who is eligible?
- At least a sophomore standing (45 credit hours or more)
- Good academic and disciplinary standing
- Minimum 2.50 GPA
What is the cost?
Students may select either Plan A or Plan B. Plan A means that students will pay the resident tuition of the host institution. Plan B means students will pay tuition and fees to their home campus. Some campuses will charge additional per credit hour fees on Plan A and/or Plan B for credits beyond what the campus considers their maximum course load. EOU students are assessed a $200 NSE application fee, $150 of which is forwarded to the centeral NSE office while the remaining $50 kept for program administration.
What is my status while on exchange?
NSE students are not transfer students. Students remain students at their home instiutions while enrolled at the host campus.
Who do I contact?
Janet Camp, NSE Coordinator
Inlow Hall 109E