Reverse Transfer Graduation Application
Welcome to MHCC Reverse Transfer!
Below you will find information on how to apply for a reverse transfer diploma, answers to questions you may have, and how to contact our office.
Reverse Transfer is a statewide partnership between the seven Oregon University System (OUS) Schools and 14 of the 17 Oregon Community Colleges. This grant allows students, who have completed coursework at one of the participating community colleges and continued on to one of the OUS Schools, an opportunity to transfer their completed coursework back to the attended community college. The coursework will then be reviewed for completion of an Oregon Transfer Associate Degree.
Please see this link for MHCC’s standard Graduation Requirement and additional FAQ’s for Administrative Regulations and Policies around graduation at MHCC.
Please email us at ReverseTransfer@mhcc.edu with any questions you may have.
Applying is EASY! Just complete these TWO steps below.
Step 1: Complete the online application for graduation below. Please note: You will need your MHCC ID number or SSN. We will update your records if you provide a new address. However, you will need to complete a name change request if your name has changed. After submitting the electronic application, you will receive confirmation that your application has been received.
Step 2: Order official college transcripts from each institution where credits will be transferring from; we are not able to request these on your behalf. We will begin processing your application for graduation once we received transcripts from the colleges you listed.
Please note, your application will be on file for 60 days. If no transcripts have been received by that time, we will request that you submit a new application along with your transcripts.
*Providing your Social Security Number (SSN) is voluntary. If you provide your SSN, the college will use it for keeping records, doing research, reporting, extending credit and collecting debts. The college will not use your number to make any decisions directly affecting you or any other person. Your SSN will not be given to the general public. If you choose not to provide your SSN, you will not be denied any rights as a student. Please refer to the Disclosure Statement which describes how your number will be used. Providing your SSN means that you consent to the use of your number in the manner described.
Please read the Student Right to Know information located on our web site at: www.mhcc.edu/righttoknow.
If you need assistance due to a disability, please contact the Disability Services Office at 503-491-6923 or at email@example.com.