Some students transfer to four-year universities before completing their associate degree. Reverse Transfer is a process that allows a student who completed more than 15 hours at a participating Tennessee two-year institution and transferred to a participating Tennessee four-year institution to combine college credits from both institutions and apply them toward an associate degree.
Thanks to a grant from Lumina Foundation (http://www.luminafoundation.org/) and an appropriation from the State of Tennessee, the Tennessee Board of Regents, the University of Tennessee, the Tennessee Independent Colleges and Universities Association and the Tennessee Higher Education Commission developed and approved Tennessee Reverse Transfer as a way for you to receive the associate degree you may have earned since your transfer. It’s value added to your education!
Through Reverse Transfer, students who meet associate degree requirements, or who are close to meeting those requirements, will be contacted and provided an opportunity have completed credits evaluated for an associate degree. Students must agree to share their two- and four-year transcript information to see if they are eligible for an associate degree.