Policy and Procedure for Consortium Agreements

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Consortium Agreements allow students enrolled at more than one school in a given semester to receive the maximum amount of federal aid for which they are eligible considering enrollment at both schools. A student may receive federal financial aid from only one school during any given semester. If a student is enrolled at more than one school, a Consortium Agreement between SJU (the home institution) and another participating school (the host institution) will allow a student to count classes from both schools during one semester and receive the maximum amount of financial aid for which the student is eligible. If either school chooses not to enter into a Consortium Agreement, a student’s financial aid will be based solely upon his/her enrollment at only one of the schools. The Financial Aid Office and any other institution reserve the right to deny consortium agreement requests. 

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Article ID: 52745
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Thu 4/26/18 10:28 AM