How to Transfer
Not sure what to do and when? We've got you covered with all of the tasks and important dates you need to know on your way to becoming a Wildcat.
Talk to K-State staff and current students to find out more about departments and majors.
K-State offers more than 250 majors and options. From engineering to human nutrition, a degree from K-State can take you to endless career opportunities.
Use the curriculum guides to view the course requirements for each major at K-State.
Learn about deadlines, requirements, and tips for applying as a transfer student. Complete the admission application by the priority date corresponding with your entry term for full scholarship consideration, and submit any additional application materials requested.
Most academic credits submitted from any regionally accredited two- or four-year college, community college or university are accepted by K-State.
While there are no specific deadlines, contract completion (a first-come, first-served basis) will determine room availability. Begin the process by completing the residence hall application.
K-State offers a number of scholarships to transfer students. February 1 is the priority deadline to apply for scholarships for transfer students who will enroll in summer or fall. It is also the deadline for college and departmental scholarship consideration.
Some scholarships have unique application deadlines. December 1 is the priority scholarship deadline for transfer students who plan to enroll in the spring semester.
Find out if you qualify for grants, loans and work-study programs with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA. The FAFSA is available October 1. Our priority FAFSA deadline is December 1. K-State's federal code for the FAFSA is 001928. For students enrolling in the spring, we recommend completing the FAFSA by November 1 to allow enough time for processing.
Transfer students enrolling in the fall or summer semesters may choose from dates in April, June or August to register for orientation and enrollment. Transfer students enrolling in the spring may choose from dates in November or January.
Live it up like a wildcat
Explore opportunities to connect with other students around similar interests. These opportunities may lead to leadership, personal growth, community services, professional development and learning from others.
Any transfer student is welcome to get involved in the Transfer Ambassador Program and help other transfer students make a smooth transition to K-State. The program offers many activities for students to develop leadership, get involved on campus and develop relationships.