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Transfer Student Orientation and enrollment

Registration

Online registration is closed. If you are a transfer student admitted for spring 2014, you will need to register onsite at the K-State Student Union on Wednesday, November 20 at 8:30 a.m.

November 20 in the K-State Student Union

Don't miss orientation and enrollment for admitted transfer students. This is your opportunity to select your spring courses.

Not only will you learn more about K-State, you'll also meet with an academic advisor and go through the class selection process. You can even take care of essentials like buying textbooks and athletic tickets.

Activities start promptly at 8:30 a.m. in the K-State Student Union. The program may take until 5 p.m., so plan accordingly.

Before you come

Step 1: Register for the event

A $15 registration fee is required.

Step 2: Set up your eID

Before you can enroll in your courses, you must have an eID (electronic ID). This comprehensive computer ID will provide access to all your K-State electronic resources, including e-mail.

Register and select your eID

Step 3: Complete your admissions file

Have your college send us your most recent transcript.

Check your iSIS account to determine if you need to take the IPEDS ethnicity survey. Every student is required to complete the survey before enrolling in the spring 2012 semester.

The day's activities

Formal check-in at 8:30 a.m.

Pick up enrollment materials and instructions. Have your ID picture taken. Be sure to bring a photo ID to pick up your new Wildcat ID card.

Brief orientation

The program officially begins with an energetic welcome from Dr. Pat Bosco, vice president for student life/dean of students. Important information about K-State, including details about course selection, will be shared.

College information sessions

Get an overview of your academic college and assignment of advisors.

Appointments with advisors

Meet with your advisor to review previous academic records and select courses.

Spring course assignments

Collect a printout of your schedule specifying courses, days, times, etc.

Tuition payment

You'll be billed by e-mail in December for your tuition and fees, books, and athletic passes.

Get more information about payments

Other activities
  • Complete financial aid procedure.
  • Complete your student health file.
  • Order your athletic passes.
  • Attend special on-campus housing tours.
  • Drop by information sessions for pre-law students.
  • Take a campus tour.

Part-time undergraduates

If you are taking 6 credit hours or less, you are not required to attend this program, but you must contact your college dean’s office to visit with an advisor before enrolling.

Contact the Office of Admissions to confirm your part-time status and initiate the advising process. Then contact your dean's office to visit with an advisor and sign up for classes.

Arts and sciences: 785-532-6900
Business administration: 785-532-6180
Agriculture: 785-532-6157
Engineering: 785-532-5592
Education: 785-532-5524
Architecture, planning, and design: 785-532-5047
Human ecology: 785-532-5500

Enrollment and fee payment instructions are included in the course schedule, available on the web.

Check the course schedule

Parking

The postcard you receive in the mail will serve as your parking permit. Bring the permit with you and place it on the dashboard of your vehicle when you arrive.

You may park in the parking garage south of the K-State Student Union. The preferred entrance is on 17th Street north of Anderson Avenue. A parking attendant will direct you. The permit also allows you to park in designated areas (lots W, O, T, or Z).

Get parking details and driving instructions

Questions?

Orientation and enrollment: 1-800-432-8270 (toll free) or 785-532-6250
Financial assistance: 1-877-817-2287 (toll free) or 785-532-6420
Housing: 1-888-568-5027 (toll free) or 785-532-6453
Tuition payment: 785-532-6317

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