National Student Exchange (NSE)
Full Academic Year or Single Semester, Fall or Spring
What is the National Student Exchange (NSE)?
NSE is a consortium of universities across the U.S. and Canada that provides students
the opportunity to study for one semester or one year at another school while continuing as degree seekers at UWSP!
NOT all U.S. universities are members. As a "Plan B" member of the consortium, however, UWSP gives students access to schools in almost every state, in Canada, Puerto Rico, Guam and the Virgin Islands.
Features of the National Student Exchange include:
NSE is a great opportunity to expand your education. Participants gain access to:
· additional courses and programs not available at UW-Stevens Point
· other university's honors programs
· regional diversity and urban experience!
$500 NSE Fee is required to be accepted into the program in addition to $50 application fee.
NSE participants pay UW-Stevens Point tuition and no base tuition to their host university. The host university will work with UW-Stevens Point students on housing and board options as well as ancillary expenses such as course surcharges, books, club fees etc.
Students receiving financial aid are eligible to apply aid to their NSE semester or year away expenses.
December 1, 2017 for guaranteed consideration. Late applications will be considered. See the NSE Advisor for availability: Katya Leek, DUC 203
Students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.50 on a 4.00 scale and must have completed at least 15 university credits before acceptance can be granted.
Students must be enrolled full-time at the time of application and during the exchange. They
must be in good financial, academic, and conduct standing with UWSP.
Students must pick at least three possible placement sites -- and one must be Plan B - OPEN. To faciliate the school selection process, applicants should schedule an appointment with the NSE advisor before selecting schools.
Contact the NSE Advisor in 203 DUC!