Admission of Transfer Students
Transfer Student is defined as any student who has attempted college credit after graduating from a regionally accredited high school and/or completing the GED. NOTE: Students who complete college credit while in high school are not considered a transfer.
- Students must report all institutions where previously enrolled regardless of whether or not courses were completed/credit was earned.
- Good academic standing at all prior institutions. If academic suspension is currently in effect admission to UNK is not possible.
- Students on academic probation at a former institution are eligible for admission to UNK.
- Good financial standing. Any outstanding balance at a prior school will not allow for admission to UNK.
- Active student loans are not the same as having an outstanding balance. Student loans do not disqualify students from being eligible for admission.
- Cumulative 2.0 (C average) transfer GPA.
- Students who have attended multiple institutions will have all GPAs combined and averaged.
Applications should be submitted no later than four (4) weeks prior to the term being applied for. When completing the application:
- Select the undergraduate transfer application, appropriately indicating resident or non-resident.
- Select the term you intend to start at UNK. Applications are specific to the term indicated:
- Fall (August) – Spring (January) – Summer (May)
- Pay the $45 application fee
Following application submission:
- Request all prior transcripts be sent to UNK
- Electronic submissions – email@example.com
- USPS – UNK Admissions 2510 11th Ave. Kearney NE 68849
- Individuals transferring from another University of Nebraska institution (UNL, UNO, UNMC, NCTA) must use the Change of Campus Form to request transcripts.
- The Change of Campus Form will notify the current UN school to gather and send all transcripts required for admission (including highschool/GED) directly to the UNK Admissions Office.