A consortium is a formal partnership between Evergreen and an external organization that provides study abroad opportunities.
Partnerships benefit Evergreen students in several ways:
- Consortium partnerships offer more than 300 destination programs.
- Financial aid awards transfer and can be used to pay for consortium program costs.
- Evergreen students pay consortium tuition and fees, not Evergreen tuition. They also pay a $400 Consortium Enrollment Fee to Evergreen for each consortium term.
- Students are concurrently enrolled in the consortium program and at Evergreen. Students register at Evergreen with a CRN for the designated consortium, and therefore maintain student status.
- Credit that you earn transfers from the partner institution to Evergreen smoothly as long as students earn grades of 'C' or better. A grade of 'C-' or below will not qualify for transfer credit.
- Credit earned through consortium programs counts as credit earned at Evergreen.
Please submit a completed Application for Consortium Study Abroad in order to to be considered for consortium program as an Evergreen student.
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Participating consortium programs
- Alliance for Global Education - China
- American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS)
- Arava Institute
- American University of Cairo (AUC)
- Budapest Semesters in Math (BSM)
- Butler University, The Institute for Study Abroad (IFSA)
- Center of Ecological Living and Learning (CELL)
- Center for Global Education and Experience (CGEE)
- Council for International Educational Exchange (CIEE)
- Danish Institute for Study Abroad (DIS)
- Educational Programs Abroad (EPA)
- International Partnership for Service Learning (IPSL)
- Jackson School for International Studies, UW Seattle
- SEA Semester
- School for International Training (SIT)
- Sol Education Abroad (SOL)
- School for Russian and Asian Studies (SRAS)
- Studio Arts College International (SACI)
- University of Arizona - Russia (UAZ)
- Wildlands Studies *
*Domestic US programs are not eligible for consortium status.