Who is a transfer student?
Transfer students are those who have completed 24 or more college credit hours after high school graduation at the time of application to Union College.
- Excellent academics
- Small classes, personal attention, great student life
- Easy and comfortable transition
- Personal Admission Counselor
- Successful alumni
Let me help you transfer to Union!
“Hello I am Tim Sizemore, Assistant Director for Undergraduate Enrollment. I’m so excited you are considering becoming a part of the Union College family! We want to do everything we can to answer your questions, guide you through the transfer application process, and introduce you to how we take 1:1 personally. Please feel free to contact me at any time!”
Transfer students are eligible for merit-based scholarships up to $12,000/year plus need-based grants, state and federal aid programs. And we have a payment plan to help make budgeting easier for you and your family. Contact us to find out what you might qualify for!
Articulation (Transfer) Agreements
Union College maintains articulation agreements with several regional community colleges. These 2+2 transfer plans will help students make a more seamless transition to Union. The 2+2 transfer plans will enable the students to identify specific courses while a student at a KCTCS College that will help them be program ready upon admission to Union. You can plan a program of study that begins with courses to complete at your community college that can then lead to a four-year degree from Union.
- Be in good standing at an accredited college or university
- Have a GPA of at least 2.0 on a 4.0 scale
- Apply for admission
- Official, sealed transcripts from all colleges/universities attended
- ACT or SAT-I scores and high school transcripts are not required unless you have completed fewer than 24 college semester hours
Get a transcript review!
Send us your transcript(s) and our Registrar will review them and get you an evaluation of transferable credits to Union.