One student’s post shares the value of Reverse Transfer with Reddit readers.
Ricardo Torres, President and CEO, National Student Clearinghouse J. Noah Brown, President and CEO, Association of Community College Trustees As many of you know firsthand, community colleges educate more than 12 million students each year preparing them for their...
Credit When It’s Due Initiative Leads to 15,000 More Associate Degrees Nationwide Via Reverse Credit Transfer
In its first three years, more than 15,000 transfer students completed their associate degree via reverse credit transfer, and this number continues to rise as implementation efforts evolve and are scaled.
Reverse transfer of credit leads to an associate degree. It motivates students to return to college, obtain their degree and advance their career.
The Clearinghouse has introduced two enhancements to our Reverse Transfer platform to streamline the process for degree granting institutions to perform degree audits and award associate degrees to eligible students.
Higher Ed Leaders at Reverse Transfer Policy Summit Share Solutions for Recognizing Students Who’ve Fallen through the Gaps
What if we knew that tens of thousands, perhaps hundreds of thousands of college students have completed the requirements for an associate’s degree but disappeared from the higher education landscape without receiving their credentials?
Since the Clearinghouse launched its Reverse Transfer platform on July 1, we’ve been helping institutions sign up and activate our newest free service. Here’s some useful information to get you started with Reverse Transfer.
Reverse Transfer is the first national automated platform to enable four- and two-year institutions to securely and efficiently exchange reverse transfer student data. The Clearinghouse announced the general availability of its Reverse Transfer platform on July 28, 2015.