Students attending the University of Maryland University College (UMUC) must apply for a consortium agreement, as UMUC does not participate in the inter-institutional registration program. A consortium agreement is an agreement between two higher education institutions/universities to recognize your enrollment at each site for financial aid purposes. It is also certified that only one of the two institutions can manage Title IV and public subsidies. General informationThe financial aid is granted by the institution from which you receive your diploma. The school where you will graduate is the “homeland” institution that must enter into a consortium agreement with the other school, the so-called “host” institution. The purpose of a consortium agreement is to ensure the payment of the appropriate amount of financial assistance. Consortium contracts are only processed if they are necessary to obtain your financial assistance. You must take enough credit hours at MSU to qualify for financial assistance. If you enroll simultaneously in the SSM and another school, the full enrolment hours between the two schools will be used to determine your eligibility. You are responsible for paying all program fees to the other “Gast” institution with the financial assistance that will be reimbursed to you by the MSU Student Accounts Office. MSU will not pay directly to the other school. If you receive financial aid for courses at another institution or university, the SSM must receive an official transcript of those courses, even if the grades may have a negative impact on your overall average. It is your responsibility to provide an official transcript to the SSM.
You may have to pay a transcription fee to the “Gast” institution. Note: Immediately after the end of off-campus courses, students must submit an official academic transcript to the Deputy Director of Transfer Assessment and Articulation in Recordings and Recordings, without exception. In addition, it is the student`s responsibility to submit a copy of the official transcript to the Associate Director of Financial Aid. These agreements support AACC students who move from AACC to continue their training. The list is organized according to AACC Major. The agreements contain worksheets or pathways indicating the AACC courses you must take if you plan to move to a given institution and/or core subject….