Students who transfer from Washtenaw Community College to the University of Michigan can now use their U-M credits toward degrees from both schools.
The two schools recently agreed to a reverse transfer policy, which allows students to transfer U-M credits back to WCC for the purpose of obtaining a degree or certification.
The agreement applies to WCC students who transfer to U-M within 15 credits of obtaining an associate degree.
The agreement benefits "hundreds of currently enrolled U-M students," according to Lester Monts, a U-M vice provost.
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