- You may not register for a Consortium course that is offered at Marymount in the same semester.
- You may not audit a course through the Consortium.
- Some courses are not available to visiting students: study abroad classes, off-campus or special locations, law, internships, independent study, and other courses restricted by the visited institution.
- Studio courses and computer courses fill up quickly; therefore, visiting students often receive second priority.
- Consortium courses do satisfy Marymount’s minimum residency credit requirements.
- Only a maximum of six (6) Consortium credits (typically 2 courses) may be applied towards your Marymount degree requirements.
- You may not participate in the Consortium program if you are on academic probation.
- Non-degree students, and students admitted to certificate programs are not eligible to take classes through the Consortium. Also, students admitted to special off-site programs through Marymount’s Office of Corporate Outreach are not eligible to participate in the Consortium.
Contact the Office of the Registrar Consortium Coordinator: