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Consortium Agreement

Consortium Agreement

Bethune-Cookman University Students often enroll at Bethune-Cookman University(Home School) and/or another college/university(Host School) as a transient student. It is possible to receive financial aid under these circumstances as long as certain requirements are met.

  • You will be considered a Transient student at the other institution.
  • You will only be awarded financial aid at Bethune-Cookman University (Home School) from which you will graduate and receive your degree. You cannot receive financial aid at both Bethune-Cookman University(Home School) and the other institution(Host School).
  • Consortium agreements will only be processed if they are necessary for you to receive the full amount of your financial aid.
  • You must be enrolled in enough hours to qualify for financial aid. If you enroll simultaneously at Bethune-Cookman University and another school, the total hours enrolled between the two schools will be used to determine your financial aid eligibility.
  • You will be responsible for paying all program fees at the other institution. Bethune-Cookman University will not make payment directly to the other school.


  1. Speak with your Student Success Coach/Advisor to ensure the classes you plan to take are appropriate and approved.
  2. Obtain a Transient Form from the Registrar (Must have all approved signatures)
  3. At the Other Institution(Host School) you must enroll in the same class or classes that was approved on the transient form.
  4. Complete the Consortium Agreement for the following term:
  5. Take the Transient Form and Consortium Agreement to the “host” school/other institution. Typically it takes three weeks or longer to get all the necessary signatures on a consortium agreement.
  6. Financial aid CANNOT be disbursed without these documents:
    1. Signed and completed Consortium Agreement
    2. Copy of the Bethune-Cookman University Transient Form
    3. Copy of the student’s class schedule from the Host School
    4. Copy of the Tuition and fees statement from the Host School
  7. The consortium agreement will cover only classes for which you have already registered.
  8. If you plan to attend another school for an academic year, you will have to process a consortium agreement for each term (fall, spring, and summer).
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