In May 2023, George Mason University awarded associate degrees to its first cohort of students as part of the university’s reverse transfer program.
With nearly 400 institutions nationwide participating in the Reverse Transfer service, the Clearinghouse is committed to helping all students receive the degree they have earned.
Western Governors, Macomb Community College Use Reverse Transfer to Help Student Earn Bachelor’s in Nursing
To learn how reverse transfer can help your institution and students, register and attend our webinar, Reverse Transfer: Improve Transfer Retention and Graduation Rates, on June 29 at 1 pm ET.
To improve transfer rates amongst minority student groups, 3 associations have joined together in a partnership, called the Equity Transfer Initiative.
Attend one of the Clearinghouse’s upcoming Reverse Transfer webinars to learn how Reverse Transfer helps meet your retention and completion goals.
Through Reverse Transfer, four- or two-year institutions can securely send course and grade information to any two-year institution from which a student has transferred.
The Clearinghouse addresses the top student questions about reverse transfer.
To help institutions participate in Reverse Transfer, colleges and universities now have the choice to select EDI, XML, and/or pipe delimited file formats to exchange course grade data.
The National Student Clearinghouse has built a Reverse Transfer and Course Exchange platform to support state Adult Promise initiatives for the adults across the country who have “some college, no degree.”
Only 60,000 of More Than 1 Million Community College Students Transferred With a Credential, Research Center’s Transfer and Mobility Report Reveals
This report analyzes student enrollment patterns across two-year and four-year, public and private institutions, and examines the distribution of transfers and mobility across state lines and over multiple years.