- A consortium agreement is a contract between a matriculated, Cornell undergraduate, her or his Cornell college registrar, and the registrar of a host college or university. This contract grants a student permission to enroll directly in a host university during the summer or academic year and then transfer completed credits back toward her or his Cornell degree.
- Students with a consortium agreement are entitled to their Direct Loan and Pell Grant eligibility from the corresponding academic year. Cornell-based aid is NOT transferable. These non-transferable sources include, but are not limited to Cornell Grant, Federal Work Study, Federal Perkins loan, or Cornell University loan.
- If interested in pursuing a consortium agreement during the academic year or summer, please email email@example.com to request the consortium agreement form. You will be required to complete this form, have it signed by your college registrar, and return the approved form to The Office of Financial Aid and Student Employment in 203 Day Hall.
- Students pursuing a consortium agreement for summer must enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of six credits in order to be eligible for any remaining Federal Direct Loan and/or Pell Grant from the most recently completed academic year.