1,750 former community college students opt in for chance at retroactive associate degrees.
Conferences for Counselors gives high school counselors information and tools to help more students understand that higher education is within their reach.
Graduation has come unexpectedly for 341 community college transfer students, thanks to Tennessee’s new reverse transfer program and commitment to helping more students earn college degrees.
The Tennessee Reverse Transfer program, which rolled out at the University of Tennessee this month, makes it possible for students who transferred from a Tennessee community college before earning a two-year degree to retroactively receive that credential when requirements are met in pursuit of a bachelor’s degree.
Reliable funding that enables excellence while holding institutions accountable is the single-greatest challenge facing public higher education, University of Tennessee President Joe DiPietro told a gathering of Nashville business leaders on Wednesday.