A Director of Direction: How Academic Advisers Can Effectively Propose Student Participation in the National Student Exchange Program


  • Meghan Cassidy University of South Carolina




academic, advisers, direction, exchange programs, participation, student


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Author Biography

Meghan Cassidy, University of South Carolina

Meghan C. Cassidy is a graduate student in the Higher Education and Student Affairs program at the University of South Carolina in Columbia, South Carolina. She is also a graduate assistant in the university's Student Success Center. She can be reached at cassidmc@mailbox.sc.edu.


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