Apply to the University of Kansas
Apply to KU through the Office of Admissions. Gaining admission to the University of Kansas requires the submission of official college transcripts from all previously attended colleges/universities.
For scholarship consideration, we encourage you to apply to KU by May 1 prior to the fall/summer semester or Nov. 1 prior to the spring semester you plan to transfer to KU.
Indicate a business major on your KU application
Indicating a business major on your application to KU does not guarantee entry into the KU School of Business.
Apply to the School of Business
Transfer students are eligible to apply to the School of Business are eligible to apply to the School of Business when they meet the minimum requirements (see below).
Minimum competitive application requirements
Students who meet the following requirements will be admitted to the School of Business:
- Sophomore standing (more than 30 credit hours)
- Earn a GPA of 2.5 or higher overall and in business coursework
- Completion of three pre-admission foundation courses (must be taken for a grade)
- ACCT 200 – Fundamentals of Financial Accounting
- BSAN 202 – Statistics
- ECON 142 – Microeconomics
In the instance that one or more of the admission requirements are not met, that student will be considered a pre-business student in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences until they meet the minimum requirements to apply.
Additional notes for transfer students
- Transfer credits with earned grades of D+ and below will not satisfy School of Business requirements. Transfer credits with earned grades of D+ and below will still be included in the GPAs for School of Business admission consideration.
- A bachelor’s degree must include 120 completed credit hours. A student may apply a maximum of 64 credit hours of community college coursework to a KU degree. Students with more than 64 credit hours of community college coursework cannot apply the additional hours toward the 120 hour requirement.
Interested in seeing how your coursework transfers to KU?
Credits from your current or former institution may be transferred to KU. An official determination of how your credits transfer will be made once you have been admitted at KU and official transcripts of completed course work have been submitted to the Office of Admissions: 1502 Iowa St., Lawrence, Kansas, 66045.
Before you are admitted, you can view courses that have previously transferred to KU by visiting CredTran, a database we provide to assist you with your transfer process: http://credittransfer.ku.edu
In addition, transfer guides are provided as a resource to students transferring to KU from all 19 Kansas community colleges, as well as Metropolitan Community College in Missouri.