The Consortium Form:
The form allows you to list the number of credit hours you are taking at each site and to list your community college classes.
The form is an authorization that allows Ferris State University and appropriate community college staff members to exchange necessary information including, but not limited to financial aid, billing and student record information.
The form also serves as a format for your FSU advisor to approve your community college classes. The consortium form should be submitted every semester that you want to considered for aid. You should submit it as soon as you are able to register for your community college classes.
- The consortium form is required each semester before aid for consortium students can be disbursed.
- If any changes are made to your community college schedule you MUST complete a new consortium form and list the new community college classes.
- If you are taking only FSU classes, the consortium form is not required.
- The consortium form must be received by the 4th official count date of each semester.
- Consortium forms received after the 4th official count date will not be processed.
The Consortium Form and Financial Aid:
For financial aid purposes, only classes at your approved community college site will be counted towards enrollment. For example, if your approved community college site is Delta and you decide to take classes at Mott Community College, the Mott classes will not be counted in your enrollment for financial aid purposes.
All of your community college classes must be applicable to your FSU program. The appropriate FSU advisor will make that determination based on the classes listed on the consortium form.
Please note: If the community college classes are not approved by the FSU advisor, they will not be counted towards enrollment for financial aid purposes.
To view the online Consortium Form:
Select the Student tab
Select On-line Consortium Form in the Consortium section