National Student Exchange | Towson University

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What is NSE – National Student Exchange

The National Student Exchange (NSE) Program provides accessible collegiate study away
to undergraduate students at member colleges and universities in the United States,
Canada, Guam, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Students participate in NSE
to access new courses, search for graduate schools or future employment, acquire life
skills, and broaden their personal and educational perspectives.

Towson students pay their normal tuition and fees to Towson and room/board fees to
the host campus.

Advantages of NSE

  • Broaden your personal and educational experiences
  • Explore and appreciate new cultures
  • Take courses not offered at our campus
  • Learn from different professors
  • Explore new areas of study
  • Break out of your comfort zone
  • Expand your academic program options
  • Experience personal growth
  • Investigate graduate schools or employment opportunities

Outgoing TU Students

Are you thinking about an exchange? Visit the national NSE website to view the profiles for other member campuses.

Students must have a full-time enrollment status, at least a cumulative 2.5 GPA, and
good academic standing to qualify for exchange.

In order to apply, make an appointment with your Towson University NSE Coordinator, Katie Villamar, to discuss the application process and other information.

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Incoming Visiting Students

If you are an incoming exchange student, you will receive information about course
registration, on- and off-campus housing, and orientation by e-mail after you have
submitted your Placement Acceptance Form.

If you have any questions, please contact Towson University NSE Coordinator, Katie Villamar.

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