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FINANCIAL AID CONSORTIUM AGREEMENT
IMPORTANT: This request will NOT be processed without all sections reviewed and completed, a class schedule
from HOST school, and enrollment in at least 3 credit hours at SFCC. THE DEADLINE TO SUBMIT THIS FORM IS THE
LAST DAY EACH SEMESTER TO DROP WITHOUT A GRADE AND OBTAIN A FULL REFUND.
NAME OF HOST SCHOOL _________________________________________________________________
STUDENT ____________________________________STUDENT ID# AT HOST SCHOOL_________________
SFCC ID# A ____________________________
ACADEMIC YEAR _____________________ SEMESTER: Summer 20____ Fall 20____ Spring 20____
►SECTION I – STUDENT’S CRITERIA & AGREEMENT TO TERMS
Please Read the following information before you sign the consortium agreement:
NOTE: COURSES MUST APPLY TO SFCC DEGREE AND STUDENT MUST ATTACH COPIES OF
SEMESTER SCHEDULES FROM HOST INSTITUTION TO THIS CONSORTUIM AGREEMENT.
Receiving financial aid (Pell Grant) from two institutions for the same semester is illegal.
The above referenced student attends SFCC as her/his home institution. Student will be responsible for
forwarding final grades from the host institution to SFCC. Student will be responsible for submitting a
copy of the academic transcript once the semester grades are posted so that SFCC can monitor
academic progress. An official Transcript must be sent to the Registrar’s Office.
Consortium agreements between two schools allow a student to continue to receive financial aid funds
while studying at a school other than his or her “Home” Institution. The home institution is the school
where you will receive your degree and it is the school administering your financial aid. The host
institution is the school where you are also enrolling in classes, but not receiving financial aid.
Satisfactory academic progress must be maintained for all students on financial aid and will be monitored
for students who are on consortium agreements.
Student will be responsible for payment on the student account at both institutions regardless of where
the student is receiving financial aid. SFCC- Financial Aid Office will not be responsible if the student
is dropped from classes at the host institution for nonpayment.
The student is responsible for making sure that all three sections of the consortium agreement are
completed and that the host institution receives a copy of the agreement. The Financial Aid Office will not
complete the form for the student or send it to the other institution.
Enrollment hours will only be adjusted for courses that are transferable to the student’s degree at SFCC
as approved by an SFCC Advisor in section III of this form.
Consortium agreement guidelines are subject to change at any time during the school year.
I understand the information above and agree to receive Financial Aid at Santa Fe Community College
and not receive any aid at the host institution. I also understand that I must submit final grades for the
classes on this agreement at the end of the semester in order to receive future aid at SFCC.
STUDENTS SIGNATURE DATE .
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