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Tennessee Reverse Transfer

Reverse Transfer is a process that allows a student who completed more than 25 percent of the required college level credits for an associate degree 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.

Through Reverse Transfer, students who meet associate degree requirements, or who are close to meeting those requirements, will be contacted and provided an opportunity to have completed credit evaluated for an associate degree. Student must agree to share their two- and four-year transcript information and transcripts between those institutions to determine if they are eligible for an associate degree at no cost to the student.

More information is available on the Tennessee Reverse Transfer website.

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