Twelve College Exchange

The Twelve College Exchange is an informal consortium formed in 1969.

The Exchange permits undergraduate degree candidates at these colleges to enroll at any one of the other institutions for a year (or in special circumstances for a semester) to take courses of special interest to them, for which they receive full credit when they return to their home institution. Students on the Exchange generally pay directly to the host institution all of its tuition and fees charges, and live in housing provided for them on the campus. Students must be of diploma-grade standing, have no incompletes on their record, and have their financial obligation to the College up-to-date.

 
Member Institutions
Amherst
Bowdoin
Connecticut College
Dartmouth
Mount Holyoke
Smith
Trinity
Vassar
Wellesley
Wesleyan
Wheaton
 
Note: Although Williams withdrew from the group in the fall of 2005 at the Twelve College Exchange Conference, the Conference decided not to change the name of the consortium.