Uconn Consortium Agreement

A consortium agreement is a contract between the student, the University of Connecticut (UConn) and another college (host school). The agreement allows the Office of Student Financial Aid Services to process financial aid on the basis of combined registered credits at the two higher education institutions during a given semester. To submit their signature electronically, students must use the link below and register with their NetID. fileupload.financialaid.uconn.edu/form_upload.php?students users without NetID must use fileupload.financialaid.uconn.edu/form_upload.php and provide handwritten signatures to students, spouses, and parents. In order for all credits to be taken into account, a consortium agreement between UConn and the host school must be concluded before the 10th day of course. In addition to the information contained in the table below, loans and / or scholarship programs are available: email communication is not secure and we ask you not to send documents containing sensitive information by email to our office. For the security of your data, UConn has set up a secure system that allows you to send us your sensitive documents. If you wish, you can submit documents in another way, as described on the Filing Guidelines page, but the secure upload system provides your documents faster to our office and allows you to process your financial assistance more quickly. The above message confirms that the document has been sent. With effect from December 2020, starting with the autumn 2020 assessment, the Office of Student Financial Aid Services has introduced an amendment to the Directive on standards of satisfactory academic progress.

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