To get started, schedule in-person meeting or virtual meeting with the NSE Coordinator. They will guide you through the application process.
- SASN students should schedule an appointment to meet with Senior Program Coordinator Malikka Hutchins and receive an information packet.
- Students from units other than SAS (e.g., RBS, Law School, SPAA) should first meet with their academic advisor to review transfer policies, restrictions on how non-Newark credits can be applied to major/minor requirements and other school-specific policies that may impact an exchange experience, like senior residency. Afterward, schedule an appointment with Senior Program Coordinator Malikka Hutchins for more information.
Tuition: Rutgers-Newark students will pay normal tuition and fees to their Home institution (Rutgers-Newark) and incoming exchange students from other institutions will also pay normal tuition and fees to their respective Home institutions. Room and Board and any associated fees will be paid by the student to the Host institution to which the students are accepted. Check out the list of Home and Host Pay sites here. Keep in mind that some member institutions are “Host Pay Only” for tuition and, therefore, are not available to Rutgers students for exchanges.
Academic Planning: To make the most of your NSE experience, plan ahead and meet with your major, minor, and school advisors. They can help you understand how transfer credits will apply to your degree requirements.
- Applications for Fall 2024 semester and Academic Year 2024-2025 are due by February 29th, 2024. Placements will be made during the first week of March 2024.
If you have any other questions, please reach out to Senior Program Coordinator Malikka Hutchins.