The University of Memphis was the first institution in the state of Tennessee to offer
students the opportunity to attend one of over 150 institutions nationwide in an exchange
program. As a student, you would have the opportunity to take classes not offered
at The University of Memphis and pay in-state tuition while participating in the National
Student Exchange. You also would have the opportunity to investigate a possible graduate
school choice and experience a different culture or region of the United States.
Students participating under The National Student Exchange (NSE) program may apply
for financial aid, usually at the home institution or degree granting institution.
It also would depend on what plan (i.e. A or B) you were under whether you would apply
for aid through The University of Memphis (home) or the exchange institution (host).
The campus (institution) where you pay your fees is where you would apply for financial
aid. You may NOT apply for aid at BOTH institutions.
The NSE Coordinator will inform the Student Financial Aid Office, the Bursar's Office,
Admissions, Registration and other offices on campus if you are participating in a
For more information, contact the University of Memphis Honors Program at 678-3084.