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Help Students Earn Their Associate Degree with Reverse Transfer

by NSC Blog | Sep 17, 2019 | Clearinghouse Academy, Reverse Transfer, Transcript & Data Exchange Services |

Attend our “Reverse Transfer: A National Solution” Webinar on Sept. 18

As we kick off the school year and work toward student success, let’s not forget students who earn credits this school year that can be applied toward an associate degree. Research indicates that today’s students are nontraditional, very mobile, and more likely to complete their bachelor’s once they have their associate degree.

Consider Reverse Transfer, a tool in your toolbox to support student retention and completion rates. Reverse Transfer can assist in rounding out transfer pathways where performance funding is a key initiative or when state mandates come into play. Register now to attend our live webinar, “Reverse Transfer: A National Solution” on Wednesday, Sept. 18, from 1 to 2 pm, ET.   

The Clearinghouse’s Reverse Transfer national program, which currently spans 39 states, can help your institution move student course data to partner schools within your state or across state lines. We serve both public and private four- and two-year institutions in managing students’ data needs between institutions.  

Reverse Transfer benefits:      

  • Exchange course grade data nationally and support transfer students across state lines
  • Increase your graduates
  • SIS-agnostic and PESC TS 130-compliant file format
  • Multiple file formats available for senders and receivers (TXT, EDI, XML)
  • Leverage the Clearinghouse’s experienced Implementation team to get started

To understand more about Reverse Transfer, best practices, and technical know-how, register to attend our live webinar, “Reverse Transfer: A National Solution” on Wednesday, Sept. 18, from 1 to 2 pm, ET or contact your Regional Director.

Listen to Shelby Stanfield, former vice provost and registrar at the University of Texas-Austin, explain the value of reverse transfer.

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