Office of Admissions
Future Transfer Students
Over 50% of our student population are transfer students and transfer in on average 72 credits! Wow! But we have transfer students from all stages, whether it be transferring to us after their first semester of college or took a break from college and are looking to come back. Whatever stage you're in, you'll find a place here as a Golden Eagle.
- On-campus and Online Students
- Summer 2023 Deadline: May 15, 2023
- Fall 2023 Deadline: August 1, 2023
- International Students
- Fall 2023 Deadline: June 1, 2023
Subheading:Connect with a Transfer CounselorText:Find out how your credits will transfer before you even apply. Learn about the transfer process and life on campus as a transfer student.CTA:
Subheading:Submit TranscriptsText:Send us official transcripts from all colleges you've attempted credit at. If you have less than 12 transfer credits you will also need to submit a high school transcript.
Subheading:Scholarships and FAFSAText:While you're waiting on your admission decision, start your FAFSA. Upon admission, apply for our specialty scholarships.CTA:
Schedule a Visit
Sign up for a Campus Experience Visit to get the best feel for what life as a Golden Eagle Student could be like! Experience a UMN Crookston walking tour with a current Golden Eagle Student, an information session with an Admissions Counselor, and learn about tuition and scholarships from our Financial Aid team! Campus Experience Visits are weekly Tuesday- Friday's.
Pick-a-Date for an On-Campus Visit
Sign up for a Virtual Campus Experience from the comfort of your own home! While there is no real substitute for being on campus and we wish we could all be in the same room, this is the next best thing!
Evaluation of Credits
Request an unofficial evaluation of your credits to learn how your credits will transfer, what you will have left to take, and how long it will take you to graduate before you even apply!
Students and advisors can also use the an instant online tool, Transferology, for determining course equivalencies, program requirements and how your courses will transfer and apply to a degree program at the University of Minnesota Crookston.
Official Credit Evaluation
Upon admission your official transcripts will be evaluated and updated to your APAS. Your APAS (Academic Progress Audit System) report lists your degree requirements, summarizes your progress, and explains what you will need to do to complete your declared degree program.
Applicants are reviewed on multiple factors for admission.
What we review:
- All College transcripts
- Life experiences, responsibilities, commitments and engagement in activities
- Answer to your application question(s)
- Why did you select your major/program and how will this help you meet your personal goals?
- Tell us about your professional (employment), academic achievements, and any volunteer work you have participated in that reflects your organization and leadership experiences.
- Optional: If your academic record does not accurately reflect your efforts and ability, please explain here. How would you plan to be academically successful at UMN Crookston?
Transfer Agreements with 2-year schools
An transfer agreement is a formal arrangement to transfer a defined set of academic credits between an academic program of one institution, most often a two-year post-secondary institution, to a program within a college or campus of the University of Minnesota system to fulfill general education or program requirements.
Benefits of a transfer agreement:
- Cost savings on tuition, fees, room and board
- Reduce chances of retaking the same coursework
- Move quickly from an Associate's degree to a Bachelor's degree at UMC
Residential Halls for Transfer Students
There are two apartment-style living on campus specifically for upperclassman.
Want to know how your courses will transfer before you even apply? Request an unofficial transfer evaluation of your transfer credit to be completed by one of our professional advisors.
Transfer credits with ease with one of our many transfer agreements. With over 30+ agreements you'll find a school and program that'll make transferring easy.
- Central Lakes College
- Northland Community and Technical College
- Rochester Community and Technical College
- South Central College
- Alexandria Technical and Community College
Achievement Scholarships are awarded to incoming transfer on-campus students who exhibit academic achievement, extracurricular involvement, demonstrated leadership, and commitment to their communities in their admission application. Transfer scholarships range between $1000-$2000 per year and are awarded for up to three years.
My favorite part of UMN Crookston so far has been the small class sizes. They create a more personalized learning environment to help students get the most out of their education. The faculty worked tirelessly to make my credit transfer as seamless as possible. They made sure that I was able to take all the classes necessary to reach my goals and make the most of my short time at UMC.Katie HumhejTransfer Student
What I like most about Crookston is that they have such a large option of classes to take within the major. I also enjoy being able to have such a wide variety of cultures within the school and all of my classes. The ability to go talk to your teachers if you have a question and they know who you are is also one of my favorite parts of Crookston.Morgan CollinsTransfer Student