Glen Oaks Community College officials have announced a reverse-transfer agreement with Ferris State University.
Glen Oaks students who transfer to Ferris prior to receiving their associate’s degree may be eligible to obtain their two-year degree from Glen Oaks by transferring their Ferris credits back to GOCC, as part of the agreement announced last week.
Glen Oaks President Gary Wheeler said students often enter the workforce prior to completing a two- or four-year degree. As a result, the agreement shows the commitment on behalf of both institutions to support student success and encourage students to re-enroll.
The Centreville-area school recently established reverse transfer agreements with Western Michigan and Grand Valley State universities.