Consortium agreements enable ASU degree-seeking students to participate in financial aid programs while concurrently attending ASU and another accredited higher education institution. ASU reserves the right to not enter into a consortium agreement if, in the opinion of ASU's Financial Aid and Scholarship Services, that consortium agreement would be administratively prohibitive. Consortium agreements assist in receiving additional financial aid, not for the deferment of loans.
You must have a combined enrollment of at least half-time to receive Federal Student Loans (6 credits for undergraduate and 5 for graduate).
Please note: If you are receiving any of the types of awards below, they will be prorated based on your ASU enrollment status only* (consortium credits do not count). Please review the entire census policy for details on how awards are prorated based on your enrollment.
|Award||# of ASU Credits = % of Award Received|
|Undergraduate & Post-baccalaureate||Graduate|
|* ASU School of Social Work Tucson Component students will receive full aid consideration.|
|Consortium hours for Graduate students will only apply to Perkins loans, TEACH grants, and FA program grants at the same percentage as undergraduates.|
|Obama Scholar Funds,
College Attainment Grant
Federal TEACH Grant
Financial Aid Trust Grant
|Scholarships||See individual donor and/or university criteria for your scholarship(s).|
|Consortium Agreement||279.49 KB|
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