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National Student Exchange Virtual  Information Session:

The National Student Exchange is a consortium of over 150 campuses in the United States, Guam, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and Canada that provides study away opportunities between them. You can exchange to member campuses for a semester or a year and pay ISU tuition or the resident tuition at the institution you exchange to. 

Why participate? Consider every campus in the National Student Exchange an extension of ISU - you can access additional courses, research, work, and recreational opportunities at these locations that will then supplement and/or complement your program of study here at ISU. For example, are you a biology student who is considering graduate school in the marine sciences? Then take marine courses at one of two colleges in Hawaii, or exchange one of many west coast schools in California, Oregon, or Washington, or head to one of several Gulf Coast schools in Texas, Louisiana, and Florida. Consider an exchange to the Northeast and access internship and work opportunities in cities like New York, Boston, and Baltimore. 

NSE will be holding a Virtual Fair on January 28th from 12:00 - 3:00 (MST).  Topics include Historically Black College & Universities (HBCU), Study in Puerto Rico & Study at large campuses.  Click below to register and for more information. 

Join one of the virtual information sessions at Idaho State University and learn what it is like to participate in the National Student Exchange and how to apply from ISU Career Advisor/NSE Coordinator and alum, Amber Greening.


January 26th, 12:30 pm


February 3rd, 3 pm