Note: The National Intelligence University and the National Defense University are also members of the consortium, but do NOT participate in the cross-registration. Students of the Catholic University enrolled in an approved on-campus program that results in a degree that requires a course that is not taught at the Catholic University to meet their graduation requirements may choose from the combined offerings of the institutions mentioned above the specific course that best suits their needs. Registration for the course is processed by the Office of Enrollment Services of the Catholic University. Students at the Catholic University who enroll in courses through the consortium are not required to apply for admission to the other unionized institution. Students of the Catholic University enrolled in courses through the consortium pay tuition fees to the Catholic University at their rates. Special fees for courses given at the institution visited must be paid directly by the student to that institution. Students of the Catholic University enrolled in courses through the consortium who wish to interrupt or withdraw these courses can do so in cardinalism students through the normal procedure of dropping a course. Students are also invited to inform the consortium coordinator at 202-319-5300 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Students of the Catholic University do not need to notify the institution visited to interrupt or interrupt a course in consortium. For more information, please contact the consortium coordinator at 202-319-5300 or email@example.com.
The school attended usually waits a short time before the start of classes to process the consortium`s registration forms. Course availability cannot be guaranteed. If special permission is required, it is the student`s responsibility to obtain written permission from the teacher and submit it with their consortium application. . . .