Summer Only Consortium Agreements

A&M-Commerce students receiving financial aid at A&M-Commerce, interested in taking coursework at another school during the Summer and transferring that coursework back to A&M-Commerce, may be able to do so through the Summer Consortium Agreement process. A&M-Commerce serves as the "Home" school and the other institution serves as the "Host" school on the Summer Consortium Agreement.

*Students will only be eligible for remaining Pell grant and/or unused Federal Loans. 


Certain conditions must be in place for the Summer Consortium Agreement to be applicable.

  • The coursework to be taken must transfer back to A&M-Commerce and be applicable to the student's degree at  A&M-Commerce.
  • The coursework must be approved by the student's A&M-Commerce academic advisor.
  • The student cannot be receiving a Federal Pell Grant at the other institution. 
  • The student is responsible for the tuition and fees at the "host" institution. 


What needs to occur for a Summer Consortium Agreement to be in place?

  1. Part 1  is completed by the student. 
  2. Part 2 is completed by the student's Academic Advisor at Texas A&M-Commerce
  3. Part 3 is completed by the Financial Aid Office at the "Host" institution.
  4. When all parts are completed submit it to A&M-Commerce's Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships. 


A student on a Summer Consortium Agreement is responsible for and agrees to provide information updates and documents to maintain their Consortium Agreement valid and continue to receive financial aid.

  • The student is responsible for reporting enrollment changes within two days of when the change occurs.
  • The student is responsible for submitting official academic transcripts showing completion of the coursework taken through the Summer Consortium Agreement to the Admissions Office at A&M-Commerce.


For further information or questions regarding Consortium Agreements please contact the Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships at FAO.Web@tamuc.edu.