Where do you want to study next year?
Have you ever wanted to study in a place where the beach is in walking distantce, or you can expereince the city life after your classes?
What about a place that is filled with great outdoor experience or somewhere that history surrounds you?
If any of these things make you say "Ya I do!" then come check out the National Student Exchange.
The changing diversity in culture and ethnicity across the United States, its territories, and Canada presents numerous challenges and opportunities for tomorrow's citizens and leaders. The College of LAS has a program to assist YOU - the student and citizen of tomorrow - National Student Exchange.
Through an exchange , you will have an opportunity to gain insight into the historical and cultural makeup of different regions, improve your communications skills with individuals from different backgrounds, and prepare yourself to live and work in a culturally diverse society.
FIND OUT MORE as the NSE Student Club hosts an OPEN HOUSE, Feb. 3rd in Columbine Hall. Free Food, Information, Discussion with Current NSE students.
Stop by and talk with our Program Coordinator, Heidi Wardell. Meet students from Guam, Puerto Rico, Quebec, and all 50 States! No reservation required - Just stop by and learn how the College of Letters, Arts & Sciences and the NSE program is helping our students compete in today's global economy.
"I was only a Sophomore at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs when I participated in the National Student Exchange program. I went to the New College of Florida, and studied marine biology, and it was a great learning experience. I met many great people, some of which I know I will stay friends forever, and learned alot about the field I want to go into."
- Rachel Zimmerman NSE Student - UCCS to New College of Florida - Fall 2013 & Spring 2014