A consortium agreement is a contract between two higher education institutions/universities that recognize the student`s registration on each site for financial purposes. The consortium agreement also certifies the management of Title IV financial aid for the student at the university of origin. The BU`s dual admission agreements are intended to help students move to secondary school in parallel to the BU without loss of credit, time or money. In fact, the conclusion of the association conclusion and the transfer as part of this agreement usually saves students money! The application for dual admission is simple! Simply click on the «Dual Admission Agreement» link in the right field of this page, complete the dual admission application and return it to your community college office, which is on the application. If you have any questions about these agreements, please contact Maramonne Houseknecht at firstname.lastname@example.org. To meet in one of the consortium`s schools, complete the petition for cross-registration in the consortium`s schools. Unionized students who wish to attend De Brandeis University can only do so at the beginning of registration. Please see the academic calendar of registration data. Registration forms received prior to the start of registration are not processed independently of the unionized school`s enrollment period.
Currency forms are not accepted at the time of early registration. Undergraduate and graduate students may identify themselves at university or other institutions with appropriate admissions. The schools with which we have consortium agreements are Boston College, Boston University and Brandeis. Graduates can identify with MIT for the consortium of postgraduate studies on gender, culture, women and sexuality. Students can meet at the New England Conservatory of Music. SMFA among tufts students can register through the ProArts consortium. Cross-enrollment at Harvard is only possible for Fletcher students. Any consortium student who has not yet registered at Brandeis University must describe himself at the Brandeis Office of the University Registrar to enroll in courses with photo ID. The chancellor of the university is in Kutz 121. In-person registration for students who have not yet registered with Brandeis is required regardless of the unionized school`s cross-enrolment policy. Note: Due to the diversity of academic calendars between higher education institutions within the consortium, eligible seniors are not advised to enrol in a cross-registered course during the last semester.
Branded full-time students benefit from cross-registration privileges with local schools participating in the consortium.