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Transfer to the University of Central Missouri - Transfer Student Information

Transfer Students

Welcome to UCM

Creating new possibilities for your future begins with choosing RED today. The University of Central Missouri welcomes about 1,500 transfer students to campus each year who have begun their college experience elsewhere. Transfer students are very valuable to UCM because they typically have more diverse backgrounds, higher grade point averages-with two years of post-secondary education under their belts-and higher graduation rates.

UCM's future-focused academic programs will expand your concept of the classroom through hands-on learning projects, make an impact through community service and broaden your world with a global perspective. In addition, UCM's vibrant campus environment will make you feel right at home.

Get started today by applying online, exploring your scholarship opportunities or scheduling a campus visit.

Resources for Future Transfer Students

Transfer Policies  

Individual Course Equivalencies

Transfer Guides
Transfer guides are documents that can guide appropriate course selection at the community college. In addition to using transfer guides, always be sure to work closely with your Transfer Coordinator and community college advisor throughout your time at community college.

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Resources for Recently Admitted Transfer Students

Transfer Orientation Handbook
New transfer students enroll with the support of an advisor, whether they are taking classes in Warrensburg, Lee's Summit, online, or at Whiteman Air Force Base. Upon admission, students receive information in the mail regarding the Virtual Orientation Program (VOP), which is completed online. Invitations for the on-campus orientation program are sent out to enrolled students beginning in November (spring) and May (summer/fall). Enrollment information is mailed beginning in September (spring) and March (summer/fall).

Transfer Orientation Handbook - Summit Center

General Education Assessment and MoGEA Information



Time To Apply

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