Reverse Transfer Initiative
What is Reverse Transfer?
Students who have earned at least 23 credit hours with GMC and have transferred to a four-year institution without an Associate Degree may “reverse transfer” earned credits at their four-year institution to complete an Associate Degree with GMC. This process makes it possible for students to earn their Associate Degree while continuing to work on their Bachelor’s Degree.
For a simple explanation, students who transfer from GMC can still receive an Associate Degree from GMC without taking additional classes at our college. Get your credit for your Associate Degree for the credits you have taken at your follow-on institution.
Why is an Associate Degree Important?
An Associate Degree is an important marketable achievement that is valued by employers, transfer institutions, and professional institutions.
The Associate Degree can make a difference in your long term success:
- It can provide job opportunities while completing your Bachelor’s Degree.
- It indicates motivation towards completing goals.
- It helps students stay motivated while working on their Bachelor’s Degree.
Why wait any longer to receive your degree? Complete the Reverse Transfer Application Today!
If you have any further questions, please contact the GMC Registrar Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’ve been educating bright minds for well over a century. That’s why a degree from GMC means more than just a great education. It means success.