If you are eligible for reverse transfer, you will be contacted directly by your four-year institution with instructions on how to participate.
You may be eligible for reverse transfer if:
- You have completed 15 credit hours at a community college in Colorado;
- You have a minimum of 70 credit hours, including coursework at one of the participating four-year institutions (see list below);
- You transferred to that four-year institution since Summer 2012;
- Your completed credit hours meet the requirements for an Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, or Associate of General Studies, to be determined via a degree audit;
- You have not requested that your data be withheld at either institution;
- You have not already received an associate’s or bachelor’s degree.
If you are currently not enrolled at your participating four-year institution but have been within the last two years, you may still be eligible.
Participating institutions of higher education include:
- Adams State University
- Aims Community College
- Colorado Community College System (All 13 Colleges)
- Colorado Mesa University
- Colorado Mountain College
- Colorado School of Mines
- Colorado State University
- Colorado State University – Global Campus
- Colorado State University – Pueblo
- Fort Lewis College
- Metropolitan State University of Denver
- Regis University
- University of Colorado Boulder
- University of Colorado Colorado Springs
- University of Colorado Denver
- University of Northern Colorado
- Western State Colorado University
Learn more about how to participate in the program.