Asu Consortium Agreement

Please note that if you receive any of the following types of rewards, they will only be proportionate based on your ASU registration status (union credits are not counted). Please read the full census policy to get details of how premiums are awarded pro-rata based on your registration. The consortium agreements allow ASU graduates to participate in financial assistance programs while simultaneously participating in the ASU and another accredited university. ASU reserves the right not to enter into a consortium agreement if, in the opinion of ASU Financial Aid and Scholarship Services, this consortium agreement was administratively unaffordable. Consortium agreements contribute to additional financial assistance, not to the postponement of loans. The Coast Community College District has a consortium agreement between Orange Coast College, Golden West College and Coastline Community College for students enrolled simultaneously in more than one college in the Coast Community College District. If, during the same semester, a student is enrolled in more than one of the three district colleges, the student`s class charge for setting financial aid will include the sum of all units taken from the three institutions, provided that the units are otherwise eligible for financial assistance. The student`s college (college where the student holds a diploma or certificate) is the only college where an allowance is paid to the student. District College as the Secondary School This is a comprehensive agreement between the three Colleges of the Coast Community College District: Golden West College, Coastline Community College and Orange Coast College. This agreement replaces the previous agreement, which had been in force since July 2012. This agreement will enter into force at the beginning of the autumn semester of the 2015/16 academic year and will remain in force until it is amended by the three institutions or until one of the three institutions wants to withdraw from the agreement by written notification to the other two institutions. As a comprehensive agreement, it is not necessary to enter into individual consortium agreements between these higher education institutions for individual students who wish to benefit from the terms of this agreement.

Federal regulations do not allow students to obtain federal grants from two schools at the same time. By entering into a consortium agreement, a student may, during the same semester, go to the University of Arizona (UA) and another accredited school (called a “visiting institution”) and receive federal financial assistance for all combined units.