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Midwest Student Exchange Program: How does it work?

Hey everyone! I've been hearing about this Midwest Student Exchange Program. I'm just wondering, how does it work and how do I apply? Can it really save me money on out-of-state tuition?

7 months ago

Hey there! The Midwest Student Exchange Program (MSEP) is a great program that offers reduced tuition rates for students from member states looking to attend out-of-state colleges in the Midwest. The participating states are Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, and Wisconsin.

To apply, you usually don't have to submit a separate application. When you're applying for college, make sure to indicate that you're from a participating state on your admissions application and the college should consider you for the MSEP as long as the college you're applying to take part in the program. However, be sure to double-check the process for each individual institution, as it may vary slightly.

Yes, MSEP can save you money on out-of-state tuition. Students participating in the program can expect to pay no more than 150% of the in-state tuition rate at public institutions or receive a minimum 10% tuition reduction at private institutions. It's a great opportunity for students seeking more affordable options outside their home state. Good luck on your college journey!

7 months ago

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