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.
Within the first year, students who transfer coursework from a community college or technical college to a public university will be notified if they are eligible to be considered for Reverse Transfer. Eligible students must have completed at least 45 credit hours at one or more public community colleges or technical colleges in Kansas and must consent to the release of their academic records. Academic records will be evaluated for degree completion and degrees will be conferred based upon the evaluation.
Students should contact the Registrar's Office of the institution they are attending for more information.
- Systemwide Reverse Transfer Communication Plan is available here (pdf).
- Systemwide Reverse Transfer procedures are available here (pdf).
- Systemwide Reverse Transfer institutional contacts are available here (pdf).
Each year faculty from all 32 institutions are invited to participate in the Kansas Core Outcomes Group Conference (KCOG) to articulate core outcomes for courses to be recommended for seamless transfer.
The 2018 KCOG Conference will be held October 12, 2018, at University of Kansas Edwards Campus, BEST Building Conference Center, 12604 S. Quivira Rd. Overland Park, Kansas. Click here for a map.
Conference Agenda Click here to Register.
10:00 Registration -- Lobby, BEST Building Conference Center
10:15 Chair/Facilitator Orientation -- BEST 130
11:00 Opening Session -- BEST Building Conference Center
12:00 Box Lunch in your session room
12:30-3:00 KCOG Breakout Sessions
To prepare for this conference, attending faculty should be familiar with the course, the syllabus, and the course number and title used by the institution. Appointed faculty will be voting on student outcomes, representing the institution for each course articulated for System Wide Transfer (SWT).
COURSES MEETING ON OCTOBER 12
The following 12 courses will be discussed by appointed faculty, who will need to register.
- American Literature I (New) & II (New)
- Comparative Politics (New)
- Introduction to Early Childhood (New)
- Introduction to Political Science (Review)
- Macroeconomics (Review) & Microeconomics (Review)
- Marriage and Family (New)
- Music Theory I (Review) & II (New)
- Principles of Leadership (New)
- Social Problems (Review)
REVIEW COURSES MEETING ELECTRONICALLY
The following 16 courses are up for a five-year review, and outcomes are being updated electronically. Faculty do NOT need to register. Appointed faculty for these courses will be contacted by the faculty chair through email with details of participation.
- Art History I & II
- Childhood Growth and Development
- English Composition I & II
- French I & II
- General Biology and Lab for Non-Majors
- Introduction to Computer and Applications
- Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology
- Logic and Critical Thinking
- Physical Science I and Lab
- Stagecraft & Theatre Practicum
- U.S. History to 1877 & U.S. History since 1877