The Consortium was established as a program of exchange of students and faculty among the participating institutions. The Consortium provides you the opportunity to take courses offered by the other institutions, courses that might not be available at Marygrove but could enrich your undergraduate program.
In accordance with Consortium agreements, a registered undergraduate Marygrove student may enroll in any member institution of the Consortium under the following guidelines:
Full-time students must take a minimum of eight hours at their home institution and be enrolled for a total of twelve or more hours.
Part-time students must register for a minimum of six hours, at least three (3) of which must be at the home institution.
Graduate, post degree, second degree, unclassified, and guest students are not eligible for the Consortium arrangement.
Approval for enrolling in courses at other Consortium institutions must be obtained from the administrator at the home institution. At Marygrove, the “Consortium Authorization Form” should be obtained from the registrar.
The academic dean has the authority to limit the total number of courses which a student may take at other Consortium institutions, both overall and during a specific term or semester. Normally, authorization will not be given to take a course at another Consortium institution if an identical or clearly comparable course is concurrently offered at the home institution.
Students may take no more than twelve (12) hours of Consortium courses during their undergraduate careers.
Just a reminder: #Marygrove College will be closed today, April 18th, through Sunday, April 20th, for the Easter holiday.