Did you transfer to Ferris before you earned your associate degree? If you have a
combined 60+ credits, you may have already earned a degree. The process is easy and
Having an Associate Degree matters!
Reverse transfer is a process for awarding an associate degree to students who transfer from a community
college to Ferris State University without having earned a degree. Through a combination
of credits earned from the community college and Ferris, students may be eligible
to earn a degree without taking any additional classes and no additional cost.
If you did not earn your associate degree before transferring to Ferris and have earned
a combined 60+ credits, you may be eligible to earn your degree from your transfer
institution without taking any additional coursework and at no charge.
earned a minimum of 15 credits at a community college
earned at least 15 credits at Ferris
in good standing with no holds on your account
earned a C or better in all transferrable courses
Ferris State University partners with all public Michigan Community Colleges on Reverse
Transfer and is updating our current system utilizing the National Student Clearinghouse.
If you are a transfer institution and would like more information or an update on
the reverse transfer process at Ferris, please email us at [email protected].