Study here, study there. Would you like to enroll in classes at the University of Hawaii at Manoa? How about taking classes at the University of Georgia? Why not study at University of Massachusetts at Boston and spend a semester living in Boston?
If these experiences sound fun and fulfilling, you may be a candidate to participate in the National Student Exchange program. WSU along with about 200 other colleges and universities participates in a program that allows students to study a semester or a year at another participating university. Students can live in a different area and experience an entirely new campus environment while continuing to pay WSU tuition and working towards a WSU degree.
Just a few of the participating colleges and universities are:
To go on exchange, you MUST:
Be a domestic, undergraduate student. International or graduate students cannot be exchanged.
Have a 2.50 cumulative GPA at the time the application is submitted and at the completion of the term prior to exchange.
Be a full-time student and remain full time while on exchange.
Students interested in participating in exchange during fall 2013 and/or spring 2014 should stop by the Marcus Welcome Center, located near the northeast corner of campus, to pick up an application and NSE directory. Applications are available for pick-up during normal business hours, Monday through Friday.
Complete and submit the application and the $145 NSE application fee by Feb. 15, 2013
Bobby Gandu, NSE Coordinator and Director of Admissions
Marcus Welcome Center, Wichita State University
Telephone: (316) 978-3085 or (800) 362-2594