Our reverse transfer program lets you earn an associate degree from your DCCCD college long after you’ve moved on to a four-year university — and at no cost to you!
Traditionally, courses you take at
Dallas County Community College District can be applied toward a degree at a four-year university. The “reverse” in reverse transfer means that courses you take at a four-year university are applied toward an associate degree at
Dallas County Community College District.
Even if you plan to obtain a bachelor’s degree, having another degree on your résumé can help you in the job market. With an associate degree, you may be able to move up at a job you have now, or you may qualify for new job opportunities.There’s no risk to you — even though you are applying the hours you have earned at the university toward your associate degree, your hours will still apply toward your bachelor’s degree.
To qualify for an associate degree under reverse transfer, you must:
We have reverse transfer agreements with:
Work is going on now to forge agreements with other area universities.
You don’t need to lift a finger to find out whether you’re eligible for reverse transfer. Here’s how it works, using UNT as an example:
UNT runs a computer query, based on course hours. If the query finds that you are eligible, UNT sends you a form to fill out. If everything checks out, we contact you to say you have qualified for a degree. It’s that easy!Reverse transfer: Just another bonus of enrollment at the colleges of DCCCD!