National Exchange Opportunities
Students who study at other American campuses can take courses not offered at Farmington, study under new professors, and access courses with different perspectives. They can investigate graduate schools and other parts of the country for jobs and as places to live.
Farmington students who have participated in the National Student Exchange have told us it has placed them in exciting situations — challenging their thinking, expanding their educational and personal experiences, encouraging them to take risks, and enabling them to reap the rewards of doing so.
The National Student Exchange Program
Farmington is a member of the National Student Exchange program, which enables you to study for a semester or academic year at another college or university in the United States. Nearly 200 different institutions in 49 states, the District of Columbia, 3 U.S. territories, and 4 Canadian provinces participate in this program.
You pay your normal tuition & fees to Farmington and room & board to the host campus.
Where do Farmingotn Students Go?
Some of the more popular states to which Farmington students have recently exchanged include California, Alaska, Colorado, Illinois, Oregon, Nevada, Utah, Montana, New Mexico, New York, Minnesota, and West Virginia, to name a few.
The most popular schools Farmington students have exchanged to are: University of Alaska – Fairbanks, University of Alaska – Southeast at Juneau, California State University – San Bernadino, Humbolt State University – Arcata, University of South Carolina – Columbia, Tennessee State University – Nashville, University of Utah – Salt Lake City.