Transfer to UCM
Affordability, Value and Personalized Attention
Transferring colleges shouldn’t be stressful, which is why we work hard to provide the resources you need for a smooth transition. At UCM, you will receive a quality degree from an institution consistently ranked as a top college in the Midwest by U.S. News & World Report and The Princeton Review. We keep costs low, and UCM was recognized by the student finance bureau LendEDU for having one of the lowest student debt numbers for 2019 graduates. Here, we see you as an individual, not just a number. You’ll find the support you need to successfully achieve your goals. Join the 950+ students who transfer to UCM each year!
Three Locations to Complete Your Degree
Our Midwestern charm and hospitality is something in which we’re proud. This is in addition to our nationally recognized and beautiful campus grounds.
UCM - Lee’s Summit balances convenience, affordability and flexibility without sacrificing the outstanding education delivered by the same faculty members who teach at the main campus in Warrensburg.
With hundreds of courses and 17 undergraduate programs to choose from, you’ll have the freedom to complete your UCM degree on your own schedule while learning from the same expert faculty members who teach on campus.
Start your transfer to UCM by following these steps. UCM advisors and Admissions Representatives are available to help you navigate this process and begin your UCM experience.
Submit Your Application
Submit your application at ucmo.edu/apply.
Request official college transcripts to be sent directly to UCM’s Office of Undergraduate Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org or through an electronic transcript service. If you have less than 24 college credit hours, you will also submit your high school transcripts and ACT/SAT scores.
File your FAFSA
File your 2022/2023 FAFSA with your 2021 income tax return starting October 1.
You're on your way! Now, review important dates and deadlines and mark your calendar to stay informed about financial aid, housing, orientation and other opportunities.