Ready to become a Jayhawk?
to help you apply to KU on time, transfer credits from your original institution, and make a smooth transition to life as a Jayhawk.
Three ways to transfer
Review the details
Transfer-specific dates to send in transcripts, apply for admission, and file for financial aid
Credit hour and GPA requirements for entering KU as a transfer student
Scholarships available specifically for transfer students
Tuition costs and estimates for other expenses like housing and books.
Get credit for what you've earned
You put a lot of work into the courses you've already taken and want to make sure all that credit you earned will count. We've tried to make the transferring as easy as possible, with an online tool you can use to search for equivalent courses, guides for individual community colleges in Kansas, and other resources to give you an idea of how the work you've done will translate to KU.
- Transferring credits to KU
- CredTran course search tool
- Community college transfer guides
- Understanding KU course codes
- Earning credit for military service
- College Level Examination Program (CLEP)
- Earning credit for high school work (AP/IB)
Almost every Friday we give tours just for transfer students. They can be just a half-day or longer, and you can sign up for one before you apply to help make your decision or after you're admitted to get to know your new school.
Schedule a Transfer Friday visit
Can't make it in person?
Check out the online tour
Your transfer representative helps you navigate the application process and answers questions you have about requirements, what it's like at KU, or anything else you want to know.