Conn. community college to award retroactive degrees

12/26/2013 | Advocate (Stamford, Conn.), The

A new reverse-transfer program will retroactively grant some Connecticut college students an associate degree if they transferred to the state's four-year online school before completing the degree. Naugatuck Valley Community College will grant the degrees to students who completed 15 credit hours before transferring to the online Charter Oak State College, and other community colleges are considering joining the new program. "This gives people a milestone and makes them more marketable. It's a win win for everybody," Naugatuck spokeswoman Allison O'Leary said.

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