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Consortium Agreements

If you are receiving your degree and financial aid from IUPUI, IUPUC, or IU Fort Wayne and need to take classes at another IU campus, you will need to complete a consortium agreement. The Consortium agreement provides information needed to determine your financial aid eligibility while you take coursework at another campus. Consortium agreements may also apply to certain Study Abroad Programs.

The Consortium agreement form must be submitted for each term you need to take a class(es) at another institution and must be approved by your academic advisor at your home institution. The Consortium agreement form will allow the home school to consider the credit hours being taken at the host school for financial aid purposes.

If you are receiving your degree and financial aid from a college or university other than an IU campus contact that college or university about your financial aid options while attending IUPUI, IUPUC, or IU Fort Wayne.


Consortium Agreement Eligibility

For most sources of financial aid, federal regulations require a student have a valid FAFSA on file and be both:

a) admitted to a degree seeking program and
b) enrolled at least half-time (6 credits for undergraduates; 4 credits for graduates).

* If you enroll simultaneously at IUPUI and another IU campus, the total registration hours (excluding repeat courses) between the two schools will be used to determine your financial aid eligibility when a consortium agreement is on file.



Frequently Asked Questions

For a list of common questions and detailed answers about the IU Consortium process, click here.



Consortium for Urban Education and Ivy Tech Courses

Please note that the IU Consortium process is not the same as the Consortium for Urban Education (CUE). Courses taken through Butler University, the Indianapolis Museum of Art, Franklin College, Marian University, Martin University, and University of Indianapolis will not be taken into consideration for financial aid purposes.

If you take courses at Ivy Tech, you may be eligible to count those courses for financial aid purposes via the Passport program.  For more information about taking classes at Ivy Tech, please visit the Office of IUPUI & Ivy Tech Coordinated Programs.



 Download & Print Forms

  2018 - 2019 Aid Year (Fall 2018 - Summer 2019)
      • IUPUI Consortium Agreement
      • IUPUC Consortium Agreement
      • IU Fort Wayne Consortium Agreement

      • IUPUI Consortium Agreement for Study Abroad
      • IUPUC Consortium Agreement for Study Abroad
      • IU Fort Wayne Consortium Agreement for Study Abroad

  2017 - 2018 Aid Year (Fall 2017 - Summer 2018)
      • IUPUI Consortium Agreement
      • IUPUC Consortium Agreement

      • IUPUI Consortium Agreement for Study Abroad
      • IUPUC Consortium Agreement for Study Abroad