National Student Exchange (NSE) is a domestic program that provides a unique opportunity for students to study at one of nearly 200 NSE member colleges and universities in these locations: the United States, Canada, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Resident rates (in-state tuition & fees) are available during the out-of-state or out-of-country exchange.
Students are invited to participate in the exchange for one semester or one academic year, including the summer.
Participating in the program will not affect aid status or payments. Students exchanging under Plan A payment apply for financial aid through their NSE host campus, and students exchanging under Plan B apply through the Texas State home campus.
For more financial aid information, contact:
Dr. Byron Kerr
Full credit is given for work satisfactorily completed on exchange. Prior to exchange, you and your academic advisor will complete an NSE advising agreement concerning course evaluations. Several forms should be filled out prior to exchange. Your GPA from the host institution will affect your transfer and overall GPA, but will not affect your Texas State GPA for graduation or honors purposes.