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If you completed college-level work during high school, you are also required to provide official college transcripts. You may have them faxed to us at 785-532-6393. If your registrar’s office uses an electronic transcript provider, send them to k-state@k-state.edu.

If this is your first semester taking college courses, do not send a college transcript until the current semester ends and grades are recorded on the transcript. If you have completed college courses at the school you are now attending, have your transcript sent now and again after your current semester ends and grades are recorded on the transcript. A partial transcript is often sufficient to allow us to make an early admission decision and to begin the transfer credit evaluation for degree requirements.

If you are younger than 21, and if you have earned fewer than 24 hours of college-level credit by the time you plan to attend K-State, have your high school mail, fax, or send an authorized electronic transcript. Request that ACT send your official test results to K-State (college code 1428). SAT scores may substitute for ACT scores (college code 6334). Grades

Students who transfer to a Kansas public university from a Kansas public community college or technical college (or vice versa) are eligible for Reverse Transfer, which allows for the attainment of any associate degree for which one is eligible along the way to additional certificates and degrees.

The Kansas Board of Regents requires that you complete at least 120 semester credit hours (some programs require more), 60 of which must be from institutions that have awarded the majority of their degrees at the bachelor’s level or above. A minimum of 45 semester credit hours must be in upper-division courses. You must complete at least 30 hours at K-State, 20 of which must be in residence at K-State. Services

Visit K-State at a Transfer Visit Day or through a personalized visit. Visiting K-State will give you a better feel for campus. Admitted students will also be invited to orientation and enrollment on the earliest available date before each term. Ambassador program

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. Phi Theta Kappa alumni are strongly encouraged to join! Find out more about the Transfer Ambassador Program.

If you completed college-level work during high school, you are also required to provide official college transcripts. You may have them faxed to us at 785-532-6393. If your registrar’s office uses an electronic transcript provider, send them to k-state@k-state.edu.

If this is your first semester taking college courses, do not send a college transcript until the current semester ends and grades are recorded on the transcript. If you have completed college courses at the school you are now attending, have your transcript sent now and again after your current semester ends and grades are recorded on the transcript. A partial transcript is often sufficient to allow us to make an early admission decision and to begin the transfer credit evaluation for degree requirements.

If you are younger than 21, and if you have earned fewer than 24 hours of college-level credit by the time you plan to attend K-State, have your high school mail, fax, or send an authorized electronic transcript. Request that ACT send your official test results to K-State (college code 1428). SAT scores may substitute for ACT scores (college code 6334). Grades

Students who transfer to a Kansas public university from a Kansas public community college or technical college (or vice versa) are eligible for Reverse Transfer, which allows for the attainment of any associate degree for which one is eligible along the way to additional certificates and degrees.

The Kansas Board of Regents requires that you complete at least 120 semester credit hours (some programs require more), 60 of which must be from institutions that have awarded the majority of their degrees at the bachelor’s level or above. A minimum of 45 semester credit hours must be in upper-division courses. You must complete at least 30 hours at K-State, 20 of which must be in residence at K-State. Services

Visit K-State at a Transfer Visit Day or through a personalized visit. Visiting K-State will give you a better feel for campus. Admitted students will also be invited to orientation and enrollment on the earliest available date before each term. Ambassador program

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. Phi Theta Kappa alumni are strongly encouraged to join! Find out more about the Transfer Ambassador Program.