Step 3: After consultation, your SSM Academic Advisor must complete/sign the consortium form to confirm that the courses are valid for your SSM degree. Consortium agreements allow students to enroll in courses at another institution (also known as a “host institution”) that are transferable to their curriculum at SSM. Consortium agreements allow a student to be registered simultaneously with both institutions, while benefiting from financial support from the SSM, based on the combined enrolment of both institutions. UNT participates in an education consortium with the University of Texas at Arlington and Texas A&M University Business for selected programs. Learn more about cross-check-in opportunities at the Universities Center in Dallas. Step 1: Fill in your student information and indicate the number of hours for which you are enrolled in each institution and indicate the host institution you will be attending…