In order for all credits to be taken into account, a consortium agreement must be concluded between UConn and the host school before the 10th day of school. To be approved, at least six credits must be taken from UConn for the consortium semester. A consortium contract is a contract between the student, the University of Connecticut (UConn) and another university (Host School). The agreement allows the Office of Student Financial Aid Services to process financial assistance on the basis of credits registered at both universities for a given semester. Students who enter into a consortium agreement for their training abroad should go to the “Education Abroad” page for more information. To make their signature available electronically, students MUST use the link below and register with their NetID. fileupload.financialaid.uconn.edu/form_upload.php?students users without NetID should use fileupload.financialaid.uconn.edu/form_upload.php and provide handwritten signatures to students, spouses and parents. Students who enter into a consortium agreement for their training abroad must enter into the consortium agreement for students participating in a program of study form. Note: Students who go abroad in the fall should request by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) that the student employment agency retain their amount of the spring FWS. Students who do not apply to the employment agency until the scheduled date will have their FWS cancelled for the academic year. To learn more about the process or consider the eligibility of financial assistance, students must complete the consortium`s application for agreement form. In addition to the above information, loans and/or scholarship programs are available: students may be eligible for financial assistance if they participate in an approved abroad study program. To be considered for most forms of financial assistance, students must: from December 2020, starting with the fall 2020 assessment, the Office of Student Financial Aid Services has adopted a policy change to SAP (Satisfactory Academic Progress) standards.
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