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College of Education
006 Bluemont Hall
1114 Mid-Campus Drive North
Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS 66506

785-532-5525
785-532-7304 fax
edcoll@k-state.edu

Center for Student and Professional Services

Dr. David L. Griffin, Sr.
Assistant Dean/Director
013 Bluemont Hall
1114 Mid-Campus Drive North
Manhattan, KS 66506
785-532-5524
csps@k-state.edu

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Transfer Credit

Official transcripts must be sent directly from previously attended colleges and universities to the K-State Office of Admissions. Hand-carried transcripts and transcripts sent by students are unofficial even though they may carry the college seal or signatures that are placed on official records. Only one-half of the hours required for a K-State degree may be taken at a two-year college. Ninety hours from a four-year college or university can be transferred for a K-State degree. You must have a minimum of 30 hours in residence at K-State to receive a K-State degree. Also, 20 of the last 30 hours for the degree must be from K-State.

Once enrolled at K-State, students who want to take additional courses from another college or university and have the credits transferred to K-State need to confer with their advisor. To determine how courses may transfer to K-State, visit the Transfer Equivalency site.

Although grades from transfer credits do not transfer to K-State, we do use transfer grades in the College of Education. Grades from other colleges are used along with your K-State grades for the GPA used for Admission to Teacher Education and Student Teaching.