Academic Planning_Benefits of Reverse Transfer
Use this document to learn about the benefits of reverse transfer.
Earn a Degree While You Learn!
If you transferred from a community college to a four-year college before completing an associate degree, you may be eligible for a reverse transfer option. While working toward a bachelor’s degree, you may be able to transfer credits back to your community college to be assessed for an associate degree.
Complement Your Resume and Increase Income Potential
Additional credentials can make your resume stand out among other applicants’ credentials and demonstrate your additional achievements. Earning more education, experience, and skills increases your value within the job market. As a result, the potential for employment opportunities and higher salaries increases.
Graduate on Time
Following a detailed reverse transfer plan can help you to stay on track and graduate on time.
Create a Buffer!
Life happens. If you need to interrupt your educational studies, you will have completed an associate degree. And you will have peace of mind, knowing that you can pick up right where you left off!
Next Steps: Review reverse transfer agreements in the portal and consider submitting a record consent for eligibility.