Visiting Student Consortium Agreement
If you are visiting Pepperdine from another school, you must contact your home school so that they may process your financial aid. A Consortium Agreement is required for all visiting students requesting financial assistance.
A consortium agreement is a blanket agreement between two eligible schools for students that will take related courses at neighboring schools or enroll in an exchange program with another eligible school for a term or more. The school must have one agreement for each student and a separate agreement with each visiting school.
A consortium agreement is required for students who would like to receive financial aid while attending the visiting school. Pepperdine University, also referred to as the home school, will process and disburse the financial aid. The visiting school, also referred to as the host school, will confirm the student's enrollment status. Together, they will coordinate the enrollment and the awarding and disbursement of student financial aid funds.
If you are visiting Pepperdine from another school, it is requested that all financial aid checks sent by your home school be forwarded directly to the School of Law Office of Student Accounts.
Information regarding billing dates and payment options is available in person at the School of Law Student Account Office or via the Web site.