Reverse Transfer Articulation Agreements
Pennsylvania Reverse Transfer Agreement
The Pennsylvania Reverse Transfer is for students who have transferred from a Pennsylvania community college to Cal U before earning their associate degree.
Students who began their postsecondary education at any community college in Pennsylvania and earned a minimum of 45 credits before transferring to Cal U can participate in the program.
- Eligible credits may include those earned through Prior Learning Assessment (PLA), Advanced Placement (AP), College Level Examination Program (CLEP), Credit by Exam and military service.
- A student must have enrolled at Cal U within five years of leaving the community college and have earned at least 15 additional credits at Cal U to be considered for the program.
- Your Cal U credits will be transferred back to the community college and applied to the requirements for the associate degree.
Students who wish to transfer to Cal U or want to learn more about the Pennsylvania Reverse Transfer Agreement may contact Cal U's Office of Articulation and Transfer Evaluation at 724-938-5939 or email firstname.lastname@example.org; or learn more here.
WCCC Reverse Transfer Agreement
The Cal U and Westmoreland County Community College (WCCC) Reverse Transfer Agreement allows students enrolled at Cal U to complete the diploma or associate degree they began at WCCC. To be eligible for the reverse transfer program, a Cal U student must meet these requirements:
- Transferred to California University with WCCC as the last school attended.
- Earned a minimum of 15 credits (excluding developmental courses) at WCCC.
- Earned a minimum 2.00 grade-point average in program courses at WCCC.
- Attended WCCC within the past five years.
Students who wish to transfer to Cal U or to learn more about the WCC Reverse Transfer Agreement may contact Cal U's Office of Articulation and Transfer Evaluation at 724-938-5939 or email email@example.com.
Cal U partners with many educational institutions articulating how credits from an earned associate degree or other credential will transfer into one of our bachelor's or master's degree programs. Learn more about articulation agreements.