Massachusetts community college students who complete an associate’s degree in a MassTransfer approved program and enroll in a linked MassTransfer program at Westfield, could be eligible for the following benefits:
Please visit the MassTransfer website for more information and a list of approved programs.
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The Massachusetts Department of Higher Education has implemented a new statewide transfer program called Reverse Transfer. The program is designed for students who are currently enrolled at Westfield State or any of the other state universities or UMass campuses. Qualified students enrolled at Westfield as transfer students with at least 30 college-level credits previously earned at a Massachusetts community college, but without earning the associate degree. Reverse Transfer allows students who meet all program eligibility criteria to complete the unfinished associate degree while working toward completion of the bachelor’s degree at Westfield.
Reverse Transfer is administered by the prior community college and the Office of the Registrar at Westfield State, and questions about the program should be directed to those offices, beginning with the prior community college’s transfer advisor. Click here for more information about the Reverse Transfer Program and to access the online application.