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Understanding the impact of reverse transfer students on community colleges
|Other titles||Reverse transfer students|
|Statement||Barbara K. Townsend, editor.|
|Series||New directions for community colleges -- no. 106, Jossey-Bass higher and adult education series|
|Contributions||Townsend, Barbara K.|
|LC Classifications||LB2328 .N473 no. 106|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||96 p. :|
|Number of Pages||96|
Reverse Transfer is the process of retroactively granting associate degrees to students who have not completed the requirements of an associate degree before they transferred from a Kansas community college or technical college to a Kansas public university. Many Transfer From a 4-Year Campus to a 2-Year One author of "Understanding the Impact of Reverse Transfer Students on Community Colleges" and a professor of educational leadership and policy.
Reverse transfer students transfer from a four-year institution to a community college. There are a number of reasons why a student would make a reverse transfer. For example, a student who has been unsuccessful at a four-year school may enroll at a community college to build up enough credits to re-enroll at the four-year school. Statistically, community college transfer students who complete an associate's degree or certificate have higher 4-year graduation rates than those students who transfer before completing a degree.
What Do We Know About Reverse Transfer Students? What Do We Know About Reverse Transfer Students? Townsend, Barbara K.; Dever, John T. The mechanistic image of a pipeline that channels college-bound students directly from high school graduation to college entrance to baccalaureate attainment captures the traditional view of undergraduate college attendance. 2 Optimizing Reverse Transfer Policies and Processes Oce of Community College Research and Leadership The core content of this paper is organized according to five dimensions of implementation of reverse transfer: (a) student identification, (b) consent, (c) transcript exchange, (d) degree audit, and (e) degree conferral and advising (Figure 1).
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Quinley. New Directions for Community Colleges, n Sum This issue describes an enrollment pattern emerging in higher education--students who are matriculated at, or have graduated from, a four-year college who then transfer to a two-year school, a process labeled "reverse transfer."Author: Barbara K.
Townsend. Get this from a library. Understanding the impact of reverse transfer students on community colleges. [Educational Resources Information Center (U.S.);]. This digest is drawn from "Understanding the Impact of Reverse Transfer Students on Community Colleges," a "New Directions for Community Colleges" volume.
Reverse transfer student characteristics, reasons for non-traditional transfer patterns, and implications for community colleges are discussed. Reverse transfers are students who enroll in two-year institutions after earning credits Cited by: 1.
CWID is a multi-state initiative designed to facilitate the implementation of reverse credit transfer policies and processes that benefit college students who have transferred from the community college to the bachelor’s level and have not secured an associate’s degree at the time of transfer.
Research on the impact of reverse transfers on the community college shows how these students have expanded the role of the community college. While the community college still can be considered the initial point of entry into higher education by facilitating transfer to the four-year institution, it also serves as the site for continuing education for URTSs and graduate education for by: 1.
Some students may undergo a reverse transfer to a community college because of changing financial circumstances. Whether they lose a scholarship or grant or no longer have the financial wherewithal to pay the steep tuition, community college becomes a great, affordable option.
However, Phelan () notices that most states lack "a complete and clear understanding of the nature, behaviors, and motivations of reverse transfer students" (p.
79), which would greatly impact our understanding of the effects of reverse transfer on other college students. This digest is drawn from 'Understanding the Impact of Reverse Transfer Students on Community Colleges,' a 'New Directions for Community Colleges' volume.
Reverse transfer student characteristics, reasons for non-traditional transfer patterns, and implications for community colleges. Reverse transfer allows students to combine credits they earn at a four-year school with those previously earned at a community college so they can retroactively be Author: Michael T.
Nietzel. Community college students who transfer to selective colleges and universities have equal to or higher graduation rates as students who enrolled directly from high school, a new study : Lauren Camera. Technically, these students wouldn’t be reverse transfers – they’d be cc students with a dual admission agreement – but the idea is the same.
We also get a surprising number of lateral transfers – one community college to another – as well as more true reverse transfers – from four year to two year – than people seem to think.
Community colleges and their students know, represent and respond to the community the best, as illustrated by the many STEM transfer-intending students in my book who were entrenched in and geared up to serve their local communities with the education they need.
Many students begin their studies at a community college but transfer to a university prior to completing an associate’s degree.
At Oakton Community College, of the students who transfer, 89 percent do so prior to degree completion, compared to 11 percent that transfer after earning an associate’s degree. According to recent data from the National [ ]. Through Reverse Transfer, four- or two-year institutions can securely send course and grade information to any two-year institution from which a student has transferred.
If eligible, the student is then awarded an associate degree. It doesn’t matter if the student transferred to another associate degree-granting institution first or a bachelor’s-level institution, attended public or private institutions, or transferred. The Reverse Transfer initiative is a collaborative effort between Maricopa Community Colleges and Arizona’s major universities.
Maricopa students who transfer to a participating Arizona university without completing their associate degree are given the opportunity to combine community college and university credits to determine if missing.
Reverse transfer The most common notion of transfer is vertical transfer, which is defined as a process where a student transfers from a two-year institution to a four-year institution.3 A large number of state policies regarding transfer deal specifically with students moving from a two-year to a four-yearFile Size: KB.
High said community college transfer students who collect their associate degree have graduation rates that are 10 percent higher at four-year colleges than those who don’t. She estimated half of community college transfer students are taking classes part-time, balancing school with work.
community college. Students are able to “transfer back” credits completed at the university that fulfill the AA/AS requirements so that the community college may award an associate’s degree. Fifteen community colleges and 8 universities piloted this project and established the policies and procedures for implementation.
Currently, all. The Ultimate Guide to College Transfer is a comprehensive guide, designed to make college transfer between four-year schools as successful as possible. Chapters outline the steps to take from the moment a student finds him/herself considering college transfer to the first semester at his/her next college.5/5(4).
This fall, Princeton University admitted its first transfer students in nearly three decades. And they're not the only elite schools looking to community colleges and military bases to recruit. Finish a 2-Year Degree at a 4-Year College With a Reverse Transfer Students who transfer from a community college to a four-year college before .