Admission requirements for transfer students
Basic admission information can be found at k-state.edu/admissions/apply/transfer.html
Transfer application process:
Application procedures require a completed application form, the nonrefundable application fee, and complete official transcripts from all previous colleges or universities.
Transfer applicants who have earned less than 24 hours of transfer credit must also submit an official final high school transcript showing their graduation date and ACT or SAT scores.
Information about institutions previously attended is required to be submitted upon application, and transcripts must be submitted regardless of the student's preferences concerning use of previously earned credit. This includes credit hours completed, in progress, or hours the student enrolled and withdrew or received no credit. Students not including all college work on the application are subject to denial of admission.
All documentation must be sent directly to the Office of Admissions by mail, fax, or electronically through a transcript service from each institution attended. All documents submitted become the property of the university and cannot be returned or copied.
Official evaluation of transfer credit is part of the admission procedure. Application of transfer credit toward degree requirements is determined by each College and Academic department.
See how courses transfer.
Community college articulation
K-State has transfer articulation agreements with the 19 Kansas community colleges. Students who have received an associate of arts or an associate of science degree from a Kansas community college are guaranteed junior classification.
All credits of an associate degree are not necessarily applicable toward a bachelor's degree; additional freshman, sophomore, and general education courses may be required to meet degree requirements.
The associate of applied science (AAS) and associate of general studies (AGS) degrees will only transfer into specific bachelor's programs. generally, these degrees will only apply toward bachelor degrees in areas related to technical occupations.