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Tracking Trends
2016 November 24 - 12:00 am

Reverse Transfer Seen as Boost to Graduation Rates

Students wanting to use a reverse transfer to obtain an associate degree must have earned at least 25 percent of the credits they need for a degree from a community college and have earned at least three semester hours from a four-year school that goes toward the associate degree they are seeking.

Advocates Say Full Academic Load Is Key to On-Time Graduation

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