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Transfer Admissions

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Welcome! On this page, you'll find all the information you'll need to navigate a successful transfer to the College of Continuing and Professional Studies (CCAPS) at the University of Minnesota.

You are considered a transfer student if you are:

  • Transferring from a college outside the University of Minnesota
  • Transferring from another University of Minnesota campus (Crookston, Duluth, Morris, or Rochester)
  • Transferring from within the University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus
  • Transferring from a university outside of the United States

If you are a high school student or recent high school graduate with college credit, you are considered a First-Year Student, not a transfer student. Talk to one of our enrollment advisors for more information.

Take the First Step

If you're considering transferring to CCAPS, your first step should be to get in touch with one of our enrollment advisors. Find the program area you're interested in below, and reach out to Jeff or Willie to get started.

Not sure which program is right for you? That's okay! You can still contact an enrollment advisor to help you explore the degree options that can meet your goals.

Meet Jeff

Jeff Olsen Krengel wearing a maroon checkered shirt

Jeff Olsen Krengel is an enrollment advisor for these individualized undergraduate degrees:

Email Jeff at jkrengel@umn.edu, or call him at 612-625-4340.

 

Meet Willie

Willie Wong in a maroon shirt

Willie Wong is an enrollment advisor for these applied undergraduate degrees:

Email Willie at wkwong@umn.edu, or call him at 612-625-2529.

Application and Admission

We recommend meeting with an enrollment advisor sooner rather than later. You may need to take a prerequisite course for your program, but you can apply before the prerequisites are completed.

During your meeting, you can talk about the admission requirements of the program you're interested in and how to submit a complete application.

Program Fall Application Deadline Spring Application Deadline
Construction Management

Priority: February 1
Final: August 1

Priority: October 1
Final: December 1
Health and Wellbeing Sciences Priority: March 1
Final: August 1
Priority: October 1
Final: December 1
Health Services Management Priority: February 1
Final: August 1
Priority: October 1
Final: December 1
Information Technology Infrastructure Priority: February 1
Final: August 1
Priority: October 1
Final: December 1
Inter-College Program Priority: March 1
Final: August 1
Priority: October 1
Final: December 1
Multidisciplinary Studies Priority: March 1
Final: August 1
Priority: October 1
Final: December 1

Helpful Tools and Forms

Financial Aid and Scholarships

Be sure to explore your financial aid and scholarship options. There may be opportunities you haven't thought of.

  • $386KScholarship funds awarded to CCAPS students in 2019-20 
  • 46%CCAPS scholarship recipients who are first generation college students 
  • 27Different CCAPS scholarships you may be eligible for 

Connect With Us Today!

Our enrollment advisors can answer your questions, help you explore your options, and direct you to University resources.