Students who have completed at least one year of full time study toward the PhD are eligible to take graduate courses at participating universities in the New York metropolitan area. Fordham students cross-registered for courses offered at another member of the IUDC can use their libraries and consult with their faculty while enrolled in those courses, thereby expanding their course options and research opportunities. Students pay their home institution tuition for Consortium courses, which will show up on their home school transcript. Access to these courses depends on the student’s degree status (they must have completed one year of full-time study in a doctoral program at their home institution), space being available (email the instructor for information) and the approval (with signatures) of the home school chair or program director, home school dean/IUDC coordinator, the instructor, and the host school dean/IUDC Coordinator (in this order).
To register for courses, complete the Inter-University Doctoral Consortium Registration Form, obtain the required signatures, and register for ZZGA0920 (consortium registration).