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.
- New transfer applicants must apply through the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
- All students who previously took classes at KU and stopped without completing a degree should reapply through the Registrar's Office.
- Dual Admissions Transfer Agreements
- Partnership Programs and Additional Transfer Resources
- How to Apply
- Academic Passport and Transfer Programs
- 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
- Average Yearly Cost of Attendance
- Pennsylvania Transfer and Articulation Center
- Learn more about our Phi Theta Kappa Scholarships
- Visit campus
Click here for advice from Lexi, a current KU student who went through the transfer process!
Hometown: Kempton, PA
Sport Management Major
Why did you choose KU?
I went to Kutztown Area Senior High School, so I was always drawn to the beauty of the campus itself. When my mother started working at KU, I was always on campus and I loved the sense of community and that “home” feeling it gave me.
What was the transfer process like when you applied?
It was very simple! I applied as a transfer student, and within a couple of days, I got my acceptance letter. The only thing that I was responsible for was getting my transcripts transferred which was a very easy process as well.
What advice would you give to future transfer students to help them feel connected to campus?
Honestly, all I did was I reached out to jobs on campus, and it gave me a list of jobs that I could pick from to get involved with some people and friends while making money. What also helped me was getting involved with groups and clubs. I was really into group chats from my different classes. This helped a lot because we would get together and have study groups.