Schoolcraft College and Grand Valley State University have forged a formal agreement to help students complete a "reverse transfer" associate degree while working on a bachelor's degree. The new reverse transfer agreement creates a process that allows students who transfer from Schoolcraft to GVSU to be awarded an associate degree that the student is most qualified for, with the help of credits earned at the university. Qualifying students must have already earned at least 45 credits at Schoolcraft, but transferred to GVSU before earning an associate degree. Currently Schoolcraft College has similar reverse transfer agreements with four other universities including University of Michigan-Dearborn, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Eastern Michigan University and Ferris State University. Learn more about transfer options.
To meet the demand of aspiring business students throughout southeast Michigan, Northwood University recently moved its Livonia program center to the VisTaTech Center on Schoolcraft College’s main campus in Livonia. Northwood University will begin offering classes at Schoolcraft this fall in an array of business curricula. This strategic initiative aims to provide ease of transferability for the students of Schoolcraft College seeking a bachelor’s degree in a business-related field.