Educator resources for transfer students

Educator resources for transfer students

Faculty, staff, advisors, and administrators all play an important role in a transfer student’s journey through the college search and transition process.

Whether students are transferring from a community college, technical college, or a four-year university, Kansas State University partners with educators to provide the necessary information and guidance to prospective transfer students. We strive to work closely with educators throughout the transfer process to ensure the transition is as smooth as possible for the student.

Transfer Student Admissions Guidelines

View information to help your students apply for admission, access a step-by-step transfer guide, review detailed admission requirements, and more.

View the Transfer Student Website


Transfer Visit Days
Transfer Visit Days provide potential transfer students with an insight into what a transfer to K-State will mean for them. Those in attendance will receive information about transfer requirements, an opportunity to speak with an academic advisor from your field of study, explore your programs of interest, as well as connect and learn from current K-State transfer students.

Can’t make a Transfer Visit Day? Check out our other visit options!

Transfer Summit 2023
Are you a community college advisor, staff/faculty member, or administrator? Do you assist students through the transfer process? Do you want to know more about how K-State can support your students? K-State’s Transfer Summit could be the event for you!

This event is an opportunity for community college advisors, staff, faculty, and administrators to learn more about K-State and the resources available for transfer students.


Offers suggested courses by academic majors for two-year and four-year transfer colleges to prevent credit loss and allow for accurate pre-advising.

Provides a comprehensive course transfer equivalency lists with customizable selection of courses from multiple institutions. Printable reports can be emailed to self, student, and transfer advisors. Course Evaluation Request Form can be used to request an evaluation that is not listed.

DirectLink provides future transfer students with support as they prepare to make the transition to K-State. Students who participate are connected with an academic advisor at K-State in their academic area of interest to provide them with a personalized curriculum sequence to ensure they are on track to a timely graduation all while working towards their associate degree at the community college.


Military-connected students have been a cornerstone of our campus for more than 150 years. With our land-grant mission, strong connections to forts Riley and Leavenworth, and strong military-based programs and resources, it's no surprise K-State is home to the state's largest number of military-connected students.

The resource guide below offers a contact list of offices and a military and veteran-affiliated admitted student checklist for scholarships, benefits, and more.

Military & Veteran Resource Guide (PDF)

Supports transfer students around the world through flexible, online bachelor’s degree programs that allow students to balance education with work, family and other life responsibilities.

Global Campus

Transfer Ambassadors

The Transfer Ambassadors is a volunteer-based organization for select K-State transfer students from either a community college, technical school, or another four-year institution. The purpose of this organization is to build social interaction and relationships among transfer students at K-State. Members of the Transfer Ambassador Program will work alongside the Office of Recruitment and Admissions as it pertains to transfer recruitment.

Check back soon to visit the Transfer Ambassador webpage!


Reverse Transfer allows students to receive their associate degree from their most recent Kansas community college or technical college by combining the credits they earned there and the credits they earn after transferring to K-State.

Talk with a transfer representative to learn more!


Unofficial Transcript Evaluation

COMING SOON! Students will be able to request an unofficial transcript evaluation request to see how the courses they have taken will be applicable to their selected major. Check back soon for more details!

Articulation Agreements are designed to facilitate the smooth transition of students from one school to another while ensuring that their prior coursework is recognized and applied toward their degree or program requirements at the receiving institution.

Interested in developing a new or updating an existing agreement? Please
email Andrew Wimp, Assistant Director for Transfer Recruitment.

Contact Us

Andrew Wimp
Assistant Director,
Recruitment and Admissions