Usc Consortium Agreement

The funds made available to students under a Host School consortium agreement: the school from which the student participates in his or her program needs through a consortium agreement. In most cases, the USC Financial Aid Office may process limited funds if the student meets certain requirements and collects the necessary documents (see request for details). We can deal with Pell`s federal grants, federal and unsubsidized loans, and federal loans more if certain requirements are met. Cal Grant authorization can only be processed if the host school is located in California. Please note that if you are registered as part of a summer consortium agreement, your eligibility may still be restricted. Students who receive full eligibility for federal aid prior to the start of the summer semester can only benefit from more federal loans requiring credit authorization during the summer semester. For more information on the summer help request, see: financialaid.usc.edu/undergraduates/continuing/summer-FA.html. To be a temporary student, you must obtain permission from your university counselor to ensure that classes at the other school are transferred to your curriculum at UofSC. In addition, the school in which you wish to collect credits must participate in a consortium agreement with UofSC.

A consortium agreement allows you to obtain financial support from UofSC while you attend the other school. A dedicated employee will work on your behalf to get the approval of your host school. If this is currently your first semester at UofSC, you are not eligible for temporary studies. Master`s agreements are agreements that embody the agreed terms of a basic relationship between the university and a sponsor. Once there is a master`s contract, an “addendum” or “study letter” is usually generated for each new study to be carried out under the master`s contract. The addendum lists points that are special for a given study, such as the dollar. B, the name of the protocol and the lead investigator. These addendums are “added” to the master`s contract. This reduces the need to negotiate the main terms of the agreement, since most of the terms have been agreed and only the details must be negotiated.