Occasionally students may want to take classes at Pellissippi State during a term while maintaining enrollment at another university and have the credit hours earned at PSCC transferred back to their home university for degree credit.
A consortium agreement is a contract between two colleges/universities that recognize the registration of a student at each site for financial aid and Credit transfer purposes. The consortium agreement certifies that only one of the two colleges/universities will administer Title IV financial aid for the student. The consortium agreement refers to the two colleges/universities as the “Home School” and the “Host School.” The “Home School” is the school where the student is fully admitted and from which he/she will get a degree. The “Host School” (Pellissippi State) is where the student temporarily takes approved courses and transfers the credits back to his/her “Home School” to help complete their degree. The consortium agreement certifies that only one of the two colleges/universities will administer Title IV financial aid for the student. Financial Aid is administered by the “Home School” to cover the tuition and fees incurred at both the Home and Host Schools. Pellissippi State is never the "Home School.” The Student will be responsible for payment of PSCC Tuition and fees by all PSCC deadlines regardless of when their Home School disbursed their Financial Aid.
To begin the consortium agreement process, please contact your Home School’s Financial Aid office or refer to their website. All specific financial aid questions should be directed to your Home School's Financial Aid office.
Transient students will need to pay PSCC fees and tuition by the PSCC Cashier’s Office term due dates to avoid deletion of their class schedule.