If you wish to concurrently enroll (degree-seeking at UNF, taking courses at another college or university for a semester) you must complete a Transient Student Admissions Application online via www.floridashines.org. Your Academic Advisor must approve the course(s) as applicable toward your degree to be eligible for financial aid.
To receive financial aid, you must be enrolled in a minimum of 6 hours at one school (UNF or the host school). Get more information on concurrent enrollment and your financial aid award.
When you opt to concurrently enroll, you must pay up-front for courses at your host institution. There is no deferring fees at your host institution.
If you are planning to concurrently enroll at a private or out-of-state institution, you must submit a paper Concurrent/Transient Enrollment Form, available at One-Stop. In addition, a Consortium Agreement and a detailed fee statement from the other school (which must be marked "Paid in Full") must be submitted by the posted Consortium deadline.
Some financial aid awards can be adjusted to account for approved concurrent enrollment hours. UNF specific grants and scholarships will not be increased based on courses taken at another institution. Also, if you are awarded an institutional grant or scholarship which requires 15 hours of enrollment, courses taken at your host institution can not be used to meet the 15 hour minimum except in very rare cases.
An approved Consortium Agreement does not guarantee that you will be refunded for the amount you paid for classes at your host institution. Rather, it allows us to determine if the aid you qualify for can be increased to account for the additional credit hours you are taking at your host school.