Missouri Reverse Transfer Program

What Is Reverse Transfer

The Missouri Reverse Transfer Program is the process of allowing college students or former college students who have completed credits for an associate’s degree to receive that degree even if they have transferred to a different college or university, or stopped out of higher education altogether.

Missouri has moved forward with a statewide policy to help more Missourians earn associate's degrees.

For more detailed information on Missouri Reverse Transfer take a look at the Missouri Department of Higher Education website.

What are the Benefits?

  • Earn your Associates Degree while pursuing your bachelor’s degree
  • Possible Career Advancement with earned associate degrees
  • Qualify for More Jobs
  • A degree can help you earn more money
  • Possibly meet general education requirements at Webster University

Are You Eligible?

You must have earned a minimum of 15 credit hours at a single Missouri two-year institution to be eligible for a reverse transfer degree. Students are not eligible for the program if they currently possess an associate degree or higher.

How Does Webster Help You with Reverse Transfer?

Webster University will work with students to help send transcripts to our partner two-year institutions in order to facilitate the reverse transfer process.

Webster Reverse Transfer Coordinator

Kim Kleinman, Ph.D
St. Louis Home Campus
314-246-7768
kleinman@webster.edu

Directory of Reverse Transfer Coordinators at Two-Year Schools in Missouri
(scroll to the middle of the page)

What Do You Need to Do to Participate in Reverse Transfer?

Missouri Reverse Transfer is set up so that you as the student do not have to do a lot of work. We want this to be seamless and easy. You will need to give us permission to share your transcripts with your two-year college. Click the Opt-In button below, complete the form and the Webster University Reverse Transfer Coordinator's office will be in touch with you soon.

Reverse Transfer Student Checklist (pdf)

 

 Get your answers from the Reverse Transfer Coordinator or through the FAQ page.