Transferring to the University of Kansas
Whether you’re completing a degree or pursuing new paths, you’ll find in KU a community that welcomes your experience and gives rise to real innovation.
Costs, requirements, and opportunities
The decision to transfer comes with big questions: Can I get in? Will my credits transfer? Can I earn scholarships? Let’s break down the details.
Transfer students are assured admission with 24+ transferable credit hours at a GPA of 2.5 or higher from a regionally accredited community college, college, or university.
Spring semester scholarship deadline
Final spring semester application deadline
Fall semester scholarship deadline
Final fall semester application deadline
Your transfer options
Hilltops, laptops — you could earn a KU education from just about anywhere. Each way to transfer offers its own share of opportunities and advantages.
Study at our flagship campus, where you’ll choose from over 200 fields of study and 400 degrees and certificates.
Offering evening classes and over 30 degree programs, the Edwards Campus in Overland Park is a practical transfer choice.
You could earn your KU online degree from just about anywhere — and it could cost less than out-of-state tuition.
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Next steps for admitted students
If you’ve been accepted to KU, you have a short list of things to do before your first day of classes. We’re here to help you transfer successfully.See next steps