The Kansas Board of Regents has approved dozens of courses for guaranteed transfer. A student who completes one of these courses at any Kansas public university, community college, or technical college can be certain that he or she can transfer that course (as the course) to any other public institution in Kansas.
University & College Transfer Information
|KSRN Systemwide Transfer Course Matrix (pdf)
A complete chart listing the Course ID number for each course guaranteed to transfer by institution.
|2016 TAAC Quality Sub Committee Report (pdf)
A report compiled of common data on transfer student success and completion as one measure of system effectiveness.
Course Equivalency Guides: Click on any of the course names below to review the Course ID number, title, and number of credits assigned to that course at each public postsecondary institution in the system.
Beginning in the Fall of 2014, students who transfer to a Kansas public university from a Kansas public community college or technical college are eligible for Reverse Transfer, which allows for the attainment of any associate degree for which one is eligible along the way to additional certificates and degrees.
Within a student's first year, or upon eligibility for reverse transfer, those who transfer coursework from a community college or technical college to a public university will be notified if they are eligible to be considered for reverse transfer degree status, and which courses are needed to finish the related degree. To be eligible, a student must have completed at least 45 credit hours at one or more public community college or technical college in Kansas. Students who then complete the coursework for a given associate degree will be eligible to receive that degree, administered automatically by correspondence between the new institution and the community college or technical college the student last attended.
Contact the Registrar's Office of the institution which you are attending for more information.
Transfer and Articulation Policy
Click here to review current Kansas Board of Regents' Transfer and Articulation policy.