Finish what you started...
Total credentials that have been awarded to 823 students as of July 2018 (some students awarded more than one degree and/or certificate).
Average Maricopa GPA of students who earned a credential through Reverse Transfer (of those students evaluated at ASU, GCU, NAU, and UA).
Percentage of students who earned a credential as a result of Reverse Transfer are first-generation students (neither parent had a bachelor's degree).
Reasons to get a Reverse Transfer degree
Complete it while pursuing a bachelor's degree
The number one reason you should pursue a Reverse Transfer degree that you may have already earned it! You may have already completed requirements for your associate degree—by participating, this initiative can help you obtain the degree you have earned.
Increase your earning potential
Having an associate degree is a marketable credential for your resume. An associate degree can make students more competitive for employment and internships while finishing up a bachelor's degree.
Plan for life's changes
Life doesn't always go as anticipated, so obtaining a college degree is important in today's competitive job market. The Reverse Transfer initiative can make sure you receive the degree you have already earned.
Our university partners
Grand Canyon University
Information about GCU's Reverse Transfer program will soon be accessible here. Please check back.
Contact your Reverse Transfer Coordinator
Reverse Transfer Coordinator – Maricopa Community Colleges
Center for Curriculum and Transfer Articulation
2411 W. 14th St.
Tempe, AZ 85281