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Additional information about the National Student Exchange is available from the NSE coordinator at member colleges and universities. Contact the NSE office on your home campus for information on the program, in general, as well as application procedures and deadlines. The location of the NSE office on your campus can be found in the NSE Campus Offices under the Resources header. Do not contact the host campus for information.

The NSE Central office can be reached between the hours of 8:00 AM and 4:30 PM Eastern Standard Time.

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"Given the rural backgrounds of many University of Wyoming students, the NSE program provides special academic opportunities and personal experiences for students as they access colleges and universities outside the Rocky Mountain Region. At the same time, incoming NSE students bring diversity and unique perspectives to the campus. Everyone seems to benefit from an association with the National Student Exchange program."

Dennis Dreher, NSE Coordinator
University of Wyoming

"NSE is like a seminar in diversity. I have learned to appreciate the diverse world in which we live and, most importantly, I now treasure the different values and perspectives that differ from my own."

Yajaira Barbot
University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez
to SUNY College at Buffalo

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