Reverse Transfer

“Reverse Transfer” is the transfer of credits from a four-year institution to a two-year institution from which a student transferred for the purpose of facilitating the awarding of a degree or certificate.

In other words, students would still be required to meet a certain number of combined credits between a two-year and four-year institution, plus meet all of the degree or certificate requirements from a two-year institution, in order to be awarded an associate’s degree or certificate.

To be eligible for a reverse transfer, students must have earned at least 25 percent of the credits they need for a degree from a community college and have earned at least three semester hours from the four-year institution as part of the overall associate degree requirements.

Please contact an Academic Advisor today for more information.