Step-by-step transfer guide
Apply for admission
Our online application takes about 30 minutes to complete.
Submitting your application for admission will also trigger an automatic review of your eligibility for general university scholarships/awards.
Admission and scholarship priority dates:
- Spring start - Dec. 1
- Summer/Fall start - Feb. 1
All transcripts for previous college-level academic coursework must be submitted. Have the registrar's office at each college you've attended mail, fax or send all authorized electronic transcripts to the Office of Recruitment and Admissions.
See how courses transfer
K-State accepts most academic credits submitted from any regionally accredited two- or four-year college, community college or university. K-State's academic departments will determine how these courses will be applied to your degree program.
K-State offers a number of scholarships to transfer students. Your application for admission will trigger an automatic review of your eligibility for general university transfer scholarships/awards, but there are even more opportunities available to you! Apply by the priority date corresponding with your entry term for full scholarship consideration.
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
The Office of Student Financial Assistance has many resources to give you confidence as you complete the FAFSA. The FAFSA is available Oct. 1. Add K-State to your current FAFSA or complete your FAFSA for the upcoming year.
FAFSA priority deadlines:
- Spring start – Nov. 1
- Summer/Fall start – Dec. 1
Next step for admitted students
Use our checklists and links to help you stay on task and complete housing, financial assistance, student health tasks and more!