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U.S. StudentsTitle IV federal financial aid may be used by eligible NSE students enrolled at U.S. member colleges and universities. Federal aid is awarded by and disbursed by the home campus. Since federal aid is based on a real campus budget, the amount of your award for the period of exchange may vary from that received while attending your home university.
File your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by stated campus deadlines or January 1. Failure to do so may result in loss of financial aid or a diminished aid package.
While on exchange, you must be enrolled full-time at your host campus. Make sure you understand how your enrollment (number of credit hours, etc) will affect your financial aid award. If you drop to less than full-time or withdraw from any or all of your classes you may be required to repay all or a portion of your financial aid.
Host PaymentFor eligible students exchanging under Host Payment, federal financial aid is awarded by and disbursed from your home campus. Federal aid programs, designated under the Financial Aid tab of the Campus Profiles, are available to eligible NSE students as long as funds are available in each program. There is no guarantee that aid will be offered in each of the programs listed.
FAFSA: On your FAFSA form, list the FAFSA code for your home campus.
Home PaymentFor eligible students exchanging under Home Payment, federal financial aid is awarded by, and disbursed from the home campus. College Work Study will not be available while on exchange.
FAFSA: If exchanging under Home Payment, list only the FAFSA code for your home campus. Do not list the FAFSA code for your exchange site(s). This could result in an over-award and financial aid errors.