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Consortium Agreement

A consortium agreement is a written contract between two eligible schools enabling a student to take coursework at a different institution for the purpose of completing a degree here at the University of Delaware.

(Please note: You can only receive financial aid from one university at any given time so the school that the student has been attending on a regular basis will process financial aid to be used at the host institution.)

Consortium agreements are not applications for "extra" financial aid. This agreement merely allows a student to receive the same amount of financial aid he or she would normally receive for classes taken at UD. If a credit balance is created by financial aid funds, then a refund can be requested and released to the student.

Consortium Agreement Guidelines and Application