A Consortium Agreement is a contract between the student, the University of Connecticut (UConn) and another college (Host school). The agreement allows the Office of Student Financial Aid Services to process financial aid based on the combined registered credits at both colleges for a given semester.
Domestic Consortium Agreements
In order for all credits to be taken into consideration, a Consortium Agreement must be finalized between UConn and the Host school by the 10th day of classes. To be approved, at least six credits must be taken at UConn for the consortium semester.
To learn more about the process or to be considered for financial aid eligibility, students must complete the Consortium Agreement Request Form.
Note: A Consortium Agreement is not required for a student who is enrolled full-time at UConn.
Education Abroad Consortium Agreements
Students who will be completing a consortium agreement for their Education Abroad coursework must complete the Consortium Agreement for Students Participating in a Study Abroad Program Form.
Students who will be completing a consortium agreement for their Education Abroad should navigate to the Education Abroad page for more information.