Each campus determines the fee payment plan or plans under which it will participate in the exchange programs. All NSE participants must pay room and board charges to the host campus.
Most UA scholarships can be applied to either Home payment or Host payment (eg UA Scholars award or APS, among others).
Note about deadlines:
Deadlines are based upon the Academic Year. There is a Priority Deadline
of March 1
for all programs for the following year (including fall only, spring only, and academic year).
For example, if you wanted to apply for exchange for the Spring 2023 semester, the priority deadline is March 1, 2022
For the greatest chance of getting your desired payment plan and host campus, be sure to apply by the priority deadline, even if you plan to go in the Spring term. Many campuses close after this priority date.
It is still possible to participate in NSE after the priority deadline, but after this date, some universities are no longer available, and some are only available on the host payment plan. The later in the year that you submit your application, the less options that are available to you, as many schools are available on a first-come first-serve basis. The deadlines below are for UAF; depending on the school, the deadline may be much earlier than UAF's, so please contact us right away if you are considering NSE after the priority deadline!!
Priority deadline: March 1
Final deadline for fall and academic year: April 15
Final deadline for spring: October 1
Program Availability after the Priority deadline
Please go to the NSE deadlines website
to see which campuses are still available and for which plans. Be sure to contact our office just incase to be sure that your choice is still available, as placements are now made on a first come, first serve basis.
Notes about the availability list:
UAF has an ultimate deadline for each term as listed above, but each campus may have an earlier deadline
. Be sure to get all application documents to me at least 3 days before the host campus' listed deadline. Limited
means that there are very few spaces left, and placement opportunity will likely close before their listed deadline. Waitlist
means the campus is currently closed on that plan, and you will only be offered a place if someone else withdraws.