Financial Aid Consortium Agreement
The CCRI Financial Aid Consortium Agreement may be used by students receiving financial aid who are enrolled in a degree-granting program at CCRI and want to enroll at another institution at the same time. This also may apply for summer enrollment and/or Study Abroad.
The Financial Aid office will only pay for courses that are required for the student's current program of study.
Financial Aid can be received at only one institution per semester/term. To have a student's financial aid applied for classes taken at another school, each semester the student must complete a consortium agreement and proof of enrollment at the "host" institution. The consortium agreement form must be returned to the CCRI Financial Aid office.
Tuition payment arrangements must be made with the "host" school. Financial aid funds paid by CCRI for consortium classes may not be available until four weeks after the start of the Community College of Rhode Island's semester.
At the end of the semester/term, the student must request an academic transcript for classes enrolled at the "host" school be sent to CCRI. These transcripts must be received before additional financial aid can be applied or disbursed at CCRI.
CCRI Financial Aid Standards of Academic Progress (SAP) apply for classes enrolled at "host" schools through a consortium agreement.
Deadline: The consortium agreement must be completed and approved within 30 days from the first day of classes for the current term at CCRI.
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