Consortium Program

The Consortium Program refers to an agreement between several colleges and universities in the greater Cincinnati area which allows students to cross-register at an institution other than their home school.

The Consortium is designed for students to be able to take a class at a local college that is not offered at their home institution. It is not designed for students to earn a degree at the other school. Students cannot take classes they could get at their home school.

Only classes that count toward the student’s declared degree program can be taken through the Consortium. The most common classes taken through Consortium are science electives, math electives, humanities electives, and open electives. Any class that is not developmental can count as an open elective; classes used for any other requirements must be approved by the Registrar’s Office before the forms will be signed.

Download Consortium Guidelines.

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