Southern credits may also be applied towards your CT State Community College Associate's Degree!
Earning your associate degree is an important milestone! Employers value the associate degree as evidence of your commitment to expanding your knowledge, you are more likely to complete your bachelor's degree, and it can provide better job opportunities while in school.
Reverse Transfer Criteria
- Current Southern undergraduate degree-seeking student
- Earned at least 45 credits at a CT State Community College
- Earned at least 15 credits at Southern
Eligible students are notified by the Registrar's office annually in January. Upon notification, you may submit the Reverse Transfer Application and an official Southern transcript to the CT State Community College that you previously attended. Southern courses will be evaluated by the CT State Community College and are subject to the degree requirements of your associate degree program.
Note: Earning an associate's degree thru Reverse Transfer has no impact on your program of study at Southern and your initial transfer credit evaluation does not change.