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Earn your associate degree while you’re earning your bachelor’s degree. The seemless
reverse transfer program allows you to be one step closer to your dream of completing
your college degree.
Reverse transfer creates a mechanism to send back information to the student’s Community
College from King. This allows students who first attended Community College to be
awarded their associate degree through remaining course requirements completed at King.
King will endeavor to provide schools in agreement with information on transfer students
to assist in the identification of students that would benefit from reverse transfer
Who can participate?Any student who has completed the minimum semester hour requirement from the Community
College and a combined total of 60 semester hours toward their associate degree, at
any of the below Community Colleges, is eligible for the reverse transfer program.
King University has reverse transfer agreements with several community colleges. Contact
the Registrar for more information.