Information for UVI Students
The NSE program provides students with the opportunity to study at other institutions in the Unites States, Puerto Rico, Alaska, Guam, Hawaii, and Canada. Students learn about different cultures, different geographical locations, explore graduate school and employment options, enroll in courses not presently offered at UVI, expand their worldview, and experience personal growth and enrichment. Please visit www.nse.org for specific institutions of the NSE program.
Where to Apply?
Applications for the National Student Exchange program can be obtained through Counseling Services, a Division of Student Affairs, on both campuses, and from this direct link - NSE Application Form
Interested individuals may obtain more information on the NSE program by contacting:
Albert A. Sheen Campus:
Phone: (340) 692-4187
Phone: (340) 692-4180
St. Thomas Campus:
Phone: (340) 693-1136
Information for Incoming NSE Students
Welcome to the University of the Virgin Islands (UVI). We are delighted that you have chosen to attend UVI as an NSE student, and we look forward to meeting you in Fall 2013 or Spring 2014. Even though you have been accepted to UVI for the NSE program, you still need to formally apply to the school. Click here to complete the application
To be admitted to the University, the following must be submitted:
All completed forms and payment must be mailed directly to the NSE Coordinator.
St. Thomas Campus
Dahlia Stridiron, NSE Coordinator
Albert A. Sheen Campus
Patricia Towal, NSE Coordinator
REGISTRATION - Click here to complete your registration form. We encourage you to register as soon as possible because classes close quickly at the University. Failure to adhere to this deadline can result in you not getting the classes you need.
With the assistance from your academic advisor, select the courses for which you wish to be registered here at UVI.
TUITION AND FEES Click here to view the estimated tuition and fees. You should expect that there will be a 5% increase in the tuition for the 2013-2014 academic year.
FINANCIAL AID- If you are requesting financial aid and are on Plan A, make sure that you have completed the 2013-2014 FASFA. If you have not added UVI to your FASFA form, please do so immediately. Your financial aid will be disbursed by UVI not your home campus. The Financial Aid Office will request a final transcript to determine your class standing to disburse your financial aid.
Plan B students- your financial aid will be disbursed by your home institution.
HEALTH FORM- Complete the Student Health Form by clicking here. You must submit a copy of your immunization record as well as your lab results. You must have the required immunizations and have these forms on file prior to your arrival on campus. You will not be allowed to move on campus without these documents. The forms are to be sent directly to the NSE Coordinator.
HOUSING- Complete the housing application and mail it to the NSE Coordinator with a $100 housing deposit. Please make money order out to the University of the Virgin Islands.
St. Thomas Campus- Click on Housing Application.
Albert A. Sheen Campus- Click on Housing Application.
ORIENTATION- NSE students are required to attend the Fall 2013 or Spring 2014 New and Transfer Student Orientation Program.Orientation will be held from Monday, August 12 to Friday, August 16, 2013. Classes begin Monday, August 19, 2013.
NSE ACTIVITY FEE- There is a $90 National Student Exchange activity fee for the St. Thomas Campus. The fee is paid to cover the cost of participating in a cultural activity during the semester. Make your check or money order payable to the University of the Virgin Islands. All payments should be mailed directly to Dahlia Stridiron, NSE Coordinator.
NSE students have been extremely adept in exploring the many cultural offerings that the Virgin Islands have to offer. We look forward to meeting you when you arrive (instructions on how to get here from the airport will be available on the website later). Feel free to email the NSE Coordinators if you have any questions or concerns.
|Dahlia Stridiron, NSE Coordinator
|Patricia Towal, NSE Coordinator
International Study Abroad Program
Interested individuals may obtain more information about the International Study Abroad Program by contacting:
|Dr. Robert Terrasi
|Dr. Maria Delgado