Are you a transfer student from an Ohio two-year community or technical college to a four-year university who:
has at least 45 college-level semester credit hours at Ohio’s public colleges or universities;
has at least 20 college-level semester credit hours from a participating institution;
has a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0;
does not already hold an associate or bachelor’s degree from an Ohio public institution?
Then you may have already earned an associate degree!
Ohio’s Credit When It’s Due (CWID) aims to assist eligible students with obtaining an associate degree.
Source: Carnevale, Anthony P.; Rose , Stephen J.; and Cheah, Ban. “The College Payoff”. Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce. 2011. Page 2. Web.