Before you've been admitted, you can use this tool to search for courses offered at another institution and see how they have previously transferred to KU.
If you've already been admitted, you can check transfer credit on your Degree Progress Report (DPR), which is available one month after we've received your official transcripts.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
- Courses in CredTran are added and updated regularly to reflect the most current information.
- If the course or school you are looking for is not listed on CredTran, it has not yet been reviewed for transferability. We will evaluate the course after you have been admitted to KU.
- The fact that a course appears on CredTran does not guarantee it will transfer the same for your individual case. If a course has changed content, hours, or KU has revised its policy on how to accept credit since it was last evaluated, you will see an updated evaluation when your individualized one has been completed.
- If your college is part of a system (e.g., Maple Woods, Blue River, and Penn Valley campuses are all part of Metropolitan Community College in Kansas City), you will find the most current evaluations under the primary system name.
- “S” in front of a number indicates the course is satisfied, but junior/senior credit is not awarded.
- The fact that a class from your current or former school is listed on CredTran does not guarantee that the school currently offers it or plans to offer the course in the future.
- Courses that have not been listed in the college catalog of a transfer institution for over 10 years may not be available to view on CredTran. These courses will be evaluated upon receipt of your transcript.