This paper states the case for the consortium in higher education and then examines a consortium with which the writer has familiarity. The study of Manitoba's Inter‐Universities North raises questions about the applicability of the consortium idea to the offering of academic programs. It also suggests that a consortium can become a disjointed, direction‐less organization. Recommendations are made for other institutions contemplating the establishment of a consortium.
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