Transfer applicants are students who have attended a post-secondary institution after high school graduation/GED completion who have earned 12 or more college-level credits and wish to earn a degree at Kutztown University. If you are not seeking a degree from KU and are only interested in taking single courses, please see Other Admissions Options to see which option best suits your needs.
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Log into your applicant portal to find out which materials we need to receive.
- All students who previously took classes at KU and stopped without completing a degree should reapply through the Registrar's Office.
- Community College Partnerships
- Credit Evaluations - Use this tool to determine how your credits will transfer into KU.
- Academic Program Check Sheets - Your guide to course requirements within your major.
- Transfer Admissions Criteria
- Transfer Education Admission Requirements
- Learn more about scholarships
Learn about the benefits of transferring to KU, including Transfer Year Experience and the Transfer Community Special Interest Housing Group! These programs connect transfer students with mentorship, resources, and events during the first year after transferring to KU. Click here for information about our military and veterans transfer alliance program!
"The thought of being both an upperclassman and the “new kid” was pretty intimidating since I transferred to KU as a junior. However, as soon as I stepped foot on campus, all my fears went away, and I knew I was home. KU was the right choice. The Transfer Community at KU really helps connect new transfers with other students. This community also helps you get connected with events, jobs, and opportunities on campus. Through this community, I found my place as a Transfer Tour Guide to help students find their place at KU."
“Kutztown University was the second school I transferred to, and I should’ve started here in the first place. As a first-generation college student, I have been lucky to have support from TRIO Student Services. They helped me every step of the way to continue my degree, even during the pandemic. I was able to gain a mentor, succeed in my classes after struggling online, and balance my responsibilities. Without TRIO, I wouldn’t have survived college."