Reverse transfer is gaining momentum in higher education as a win-win degree completion solution for students, community colleges and four-year universities. It’s a practice that facilitates the award of associate degrees to community college students who transfer to four-year colleges and universities prior to graduation. During the reverse transfer process, credits they earn while pursuing a bachelor’s at the four-year school get transferred back to the community college to satisfy associate degree requirements.
Just last year, five major funding organizations came together under the “Credit When It’s Due Initiative” to support higher education systems and institutions in the development of new reverse transfer policies and programs. They issued millions of dollars in grants to facilitate scale-up efforts, but so far little work has been done to actually streamline reverse transfer processes and reduce the workload for collaborating institutions.
That’s where we can lend a hand. AcademyOne has the software development expertise in higher education to expedite and even automate reverse transfer processes such as the:
Read more about our services. We have the right people, processes, technology and industry knowledge to craft efficient and successful reverse transfer solutions. And to find out more about how reverse transfer benefits everyone – from students and institutions to our nation’s economy – please take a look at our past newsroom article.
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AcademyOne is a consulting and software development firm working in the higher education sphere. We deliver industry-leading solutions to states and institutions who wish to improve student retention and degree completion rates, especially among the growing population of nontraditional learners.