Wayne State University signs Reverse Transfer Agreements with three area community collegesAugust 30, 2012
Wayne State University Provost Ronald Brown was joined by leaders from Henry Ford Community College (HFCC), Macomb Community College (MCC) and Oakland Community College (OCC) for a Reverse Transfer Agreement signing ceremony held Aug. 29 on the WSU main campus.
The agreement allows community college students transferring to Wayne State before earning an associate’s degree, to transfer back credits they earn at WSU so they can receive the associate's degree while studying at the University.
As directed by the State of Michigan in Public Act 62, the agreements provide a seamless transfer experience and increase student retention and degree completion at both levels.
University and community college leaders participating in the Reverse Transfer Agreement signing Aug. 29 at Wayne State University: (Left to right) Monica Brockmeyer, WSU interim associate provost for student success; Charles Jacobs, HFCC interim vice president of academic affairs for career and technical programs; Ronald Brown, WSU provost and senior vice president for academic affairs; James Sawyer, MCC learning unit/provost; Donna Petras, MCC dean, university relations; Richard Holcomb, OCC vice-chancellor, academic and student affairs; and Ahmad Ezzeddine, WSU associate vice president for educational outreach and international programs.
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