A&M-Commerce students receiving financial aid at A&M-Commerce and are interested in taking coursework at another school and transfer that coursework back to A&M-Commerce may be able to do so through the Consortium Agreement process. Through the Consortium Agreement process, A&M-Commerce serves as the "Home" school. The other institution serves as the "Host" school.
Certain conditions must be in place for the Consortium Agreement to be applicable.
*The coursework to be taken must transfer back to A&M-Commerce and be applicable to the student's degree at A&M-Commerce.
*The coursework must be approved by the student's A&M-Commerce academic advisor
*The student cannot be receiving a federal Pell Grant at the other institution.
*The student is responsible for the tuition and fees at the "host' institution
What needs to occur for a Consortium Agreement to be in place?
1. The student needs to complete part 1 of the Consortium Agreement form.
2. The student's academic/faculty advisor completes part 3 of the Consortium Agreement form.
3. The student takes the completed Consortium Agreement form to the Financial Aid Office at the "Host" institution.
4. The Financial Aid Office at the "Host" institution will complete part 2 of the Consortium Agreement form and submits it to A&M-Commerce's Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships.
A student on a Consortium Agreement is responsible for and agrees to provide information updates and documents to maintain their Consortium Agreement valid and continue to receive financial aid.
*The student is responsible for reporting enrollment changes and providing such changes within two days of when the change occurs.
*The student is responsible for submitting official academic transcripts showing completion of the coursework taken through the Consortium Agreement to the Admissions Office at A&M-Commerce.
For further information or questions regarding Consortium Agreements please contact the Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships or email@example.com