UCSC Domestic Exchanges

The UCSC Domestic Exchange programs offer students an opportunity to enhance their academic majors—or investigate other fields of study—while experiencing a year or a term in a different educational environment. The experience also provides students with another perspective—an expansion of social, cultural, economic, and political horizons.

University of New Hampshire

UNH is a medium-sized land-grant institution founded in 1866. It enrolls about 12,000 undergraduate students, with 50 percent living in on-campus housing. Student involvement, undergraduate research, and recreational and intercollegiate athletics all play important roles in campus life. The campus retains the look and feel of a small New England liberal arts college in a rural setting, with a faculty dedicated to teaching and engagement. UNH prides itself on small residence halls with strong and active communities, dedicated to sustainability and activism. The university is located in Durham, a small New England college town, just 20 minutes away from Atlantic beaches and the small seaside city of Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Boston is one hour to the south; Portland, Maine, is one hour to the north. Both are accessible by public transportation.

University of New Mexico

UNM is a state supported university founded in 1889. It enrolls about 30,000 students; about 80 percent of whom are undergraduates. Distinctive educational programs include business and management, communications, architecture, and environmental design. UNM offers nearly 100 fields of study in the arts, humanities, engineering, social sciences, and natural sciences. The campus is situated on 645 acres in the city of Albuquerque. Albuquerque, the largest city in New Mexico, has a population of 400,000 and is situated in the center of the state.

How to Apply to UCSC Domestic Exchanges

  1. Complete your Study Abroad Profile in SlugsAbroad
  2. Check deadlines and capacity to confirm that your program is still open
  3. Submit the application in SlugsAbroad by the deadline, which will require academic approval from your College and Department
  4. Applications are processed on a rolling admissions basis