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Faculty Resource Network at NYU Announces Student Exchange Program

October 20, 2011

NYU students can enhance their educational and personal experiences with a life-changing opportunity while making progress toward a degree, meeting new people, and enrolling in specialized courses or unique academic options.

Students who are accepted into the Exchange Program spend a semester of full-time study at one of five HistoricallyBlack or Hispanic-serving liberal arts colleges and universities including Morehouse College, Spelman College, Xavier University of Louisiana, University of Puerto Rico (Rio Piedras campus), and University of the Sacred Heart inPuerto Rico.


The application deadline is October 31,2011


Please visit this website for additional programdetails and application:


To learn more, contact:



Director, Academic Achievement Program

College ofArts and Science

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