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National Student Exchange (NSE)
WHY CHOOSE NSE?
The National Student Exchange Program is a low-cost option to attend an out-of-state university for up to one full year. Attend an information session during New Student Week, Fall and Winter terms. The next information session is January 13 at 3:00 p.m. in the Little D Room of the Werner University Center. Applications for studying away all or part of next academic year are being accepted now until February 15, 2016.
National Student Exchange at WOU
Imagine the opportunities available from the combined resources of 180 campuses with all of their courses and programs. Think of the adventure, of the diversity of people, culture, and geography. That is the National Student Exchange (NSE) program.
NSE offers students the ability to study-away at another university in the United States, Puerto Rico, Guam, U.S. Virgin Islands, and Canada.
Academically-qualified students are given the opportunity to spend up to one year at another school, while paying in-state tuition rates, and maintaining academic progress toward degree requirements, Credits earned during the exchange become part of each students’ home school transcript.
Information Sessions: January 6, 7, and 8 from 11am to 12pm visit the NSE information table on the second floor of the Werner University Center. January 13 (Wednesday) at 3:00 p.m. come to the session in the Little D Room (downstairs in the WUC).
View complete information about NSE-member colleges and universities at www.nse.org
News To Use
Below you will find some of the forms and paperwork to help you prepare to come to WOU or for current students to go somewhere else around North America!
2016-2017 academic year application form(pdf format).
Mid-year Application form (pdf format).
Letter of Recommendation form (pdf format).
Welcome Information for NSE students coming to WOU: FAQs.
Deadline to Apply
Application for exchanges during the 2016-17 academic year will be accepted December 1 through February 15, 2016. Contact Debbie Diehm for more information.
Western Oregon University
Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs
Room 203, Werner University Center
503-838-8221 or email@example.com