KALAMAZOO (WKZO) -- Thanks to a program at Kalamazoo Valley Community College, students at four year universities around Michigan can transfer their credits. Kalamazoo Valley Community College Director of Admissions Michael McCall says that the reverse transfer program includes partnerships with several state colleges.
MCCall tells us that, first, Kalamazoo Valley Community College reached an agreement with Western Michigan University, since it's KVCC's biggest feeder school. Later, the college reached reverse transfer deals with Grand Valley State, Michigan State, central Michigan, and Ferris State Universities.
McCall says that a reverse transfer will enable a four year university student to transfer their credits from that school to earn an associate's degree at KVCC. You can find out more about the program by following this link.