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National Student Exchange (NSE)

National Student Exchange (NSE)

What is NSE?

South Carolina State University is a member institution of the National Student Exchange Program (NSE). The program provides students with an opportunity that takes them outside of their comfort zones and challenges them to experience life from a different point of view as they study at a host institution in the US or Canada. Currently, there are over 200 participating institutions that are NSE partners. You can review the NSE program and schools at Ms. Dominique Rolle is the NSE Coordinator.

Eligibility, Requirements & Deadlines

  • Baccalaureate degree seeking undergraduate (matriculating) student at an NSE member campus.
  • Completion of one term of full-time attendance (12 semester or 12 quarter hours) at an NSE member campus prior to application.
  • Completion of one academic year (24 semester hours or 36 quarter hours) at an NSE member campus prior to exchange.
  • Full-time (in classroom) enrollment at your NSE home campus
  • Minimum home campus cumulative GPA of 2.5 (4.0 scale).
  • Good academic standing as defined by your home campus.
  • No incomplete grades from previous terms.
  • No outstanding financial obligations to your home campus.
  • No current or pending campus probationary status or disciplinary action due to academic dishonesty, civil, or criminal misconduct.
  • No current or pending non-campus related probationary status or disciplinary action due to civil or criminal misconduct.
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To access the NSE application, visit