North Carolina's Reverse Transfer Program is designed to award an associate degree to students who previously attended a North Carolina Community College (NCCC) and fulfilled the associate degree requirements while working towards a bachelor’s degree at a University of North Carolina institution. This program is a state initiative in which a student can combine credit previously earned at a NCCC with credit they have earned at participating four year universities to apply for an Associate’s Degree from the NCCC they attended initially.
II. Procedure Statement
Procedure for Students:
- Log into My UNC Charlotte and if you qualify,
- You will receive a Pop-Up requesting participation
- By virtue of “opt in”, you sign an agreement stating that you will follow UNC Charlotte’s curriculum towards the baccalaureate degree and that you understand that academic advisors at UNC Charlotte cannot provide advising for community college coursework.
- Once you “opt in”, no further action from you is required.
The University will:
- Send your records to the appropriate community college once you earn sixty (60) total credit hours.
The Community College will:
- Evaluate your credits from UNC Charlotte and inform you if you have earned an associate degree.
If a student is awarded the Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, Associate in Fine Arts, or Associate in Engineering degree through the Reverse Transfer program, UNC Charlotte will honor the degree to satisfy lower-division General Education requirements. All students, regardless of transfer status, will still have to take a “writing in the discipline” course in their major. Your advisor can only advise you on UNC Charlotte degree requirements. It is your responsibility to understand your community college requirements for completing an Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, Associate in Fine Arts, or Associate in Engineering degree.
Please see the official Reverse Transfer Program Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for eligibility and answers to all questions.
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IV. Procedure Contact(s)
- Authority: Office of the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs
- Responsible Office: Office of the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs
- Established: September 30, 2015