Transfer In 3 Steps

Are you ready to become a Loper? Our goal is to provide a smooth transition, get you on track for academic success and career goals, and help you feel like you’ve been here all along. You’ll connect and excel through many organizations, internships, study abroad and other resume building opportunities. And it’s going to feel like home. See our FAQ for topics including transfer credits or contact us with questions.

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Complete Orientation Requirement

It Pays To Finish.

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$1 Million

the difference a bachelor’s degree can make in lifetime earnings*

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average starting salary of UNK graduates their first year after school**

Higher Education

By 2028 there will be 19 million more jobs for educated workers than there are qualified people to fill them.*

* U.S. Dept of Labor and U.S. Dept of Education
** UNK internal survey data of graduates completed during the 2017-2018 academic year

Transfer Day

When you attend Transfer Day, you're completing a required orientation, plus you'll meet with an academic advisor who can answer all your questions and enroll you in classes. Choose from four dates from April to July. You must be admitted to UNK to attend Transfer Day. Register through MyBLUE

Completing your orientation requirement via the online orientation eliminates the need to attend transfer day. This option is best suited for students already familiar with campus, online only students or anyone not interested in attending an on campus orientation (Transfer Day). Access to the orientation is available in MyBLUE to admitted students.

Will My Courses Transfer?

The UNK Transfer Guide lists transfer courses from a growing number of institutions nationwide. If you have questions about your courses transferring to UNK, please contact us.

Joel Kreifels

"My reason for transferring was that I wanted a bachelor's, rather than an associate's degree. I'm committed and focused to obtain this goal. As a non-traditional student and transfer, I choose UNK because of the price. I also enjoyed hearing that most classes in your core studies consist of smaller class sizes, so I would feel recognized by my professors. These smaller class sizes made the transition from community college to university easier. Professors will help you along the way and become great references. It's a very friendly campus with many resources to help you succeed."

Joel Kreifels

Criminal Justice Major, Philosophy Minor