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Midwest Student Exchange Program
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is a participant in the Midwest Student Exchange Program (MSEP). This means that students from participating states can attend UW-Green Bay for a cost that is significantly lower than out-of-state students from non-participating states. Since a UW-Green Bay education is recognized to be extremely affordable, MSEP students can often attend UW-Green Bay for a cost comparable to their home state public universities, and lower than most private colleges and universities.
MSEP: What is it?
A program through the Midwest Higher Education Compact that provides opportunities for students to attend universities out-of-state and receive a tuition discount. The University must be a part of MSEP for the student to receive the tuition discount. UW-Green Bay is a member of MSEP and offers tuition discounts to students residing in MSEP states.
- Reside in one of the MSEP states (see map)
- Apply and be Admitted
- Enroll and Attend
Is there paperwork or something else that needs to be turned in to UW-Green Bay?
No. You provide all of the information in the online application.
How much of a discount?
Costs and Estimated Expenses can be found on the Cost Website.
Look for “Midwest Compact” to compare Tuition and Fees for one year.
Why would UW-Green Bay do this?
Because we’re neighbors.