If you've attended another college and have decided that Missouri S&T is a better fit for you, or you plan to attend another university after high school and transfer to Missouri S&T later, we welcome you to apply as a transfer student.
You can use either our online application and we are a "Common App" university, so you can apply using the The Common Application. Either way, you'll get full consideration for admission.
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If you are planning to attend Missouri S&T, it's a good idea to submit your application before our Priority Application Deadlines to ensure that you're on the best track for all scholarships, financial assistance, and registration opportunities.
Apply for admission early in the semester before you plan to transfer to S&T. To complete the application process, be sure to complete the steps detailed below.
1.) Complete your online application.
It is important to remember the email address and password you used to create your application account.
Missouri S&T does not charge an application fee!
2.) Upload your unofficial college transcripts.
Admission and merit-based scholarship decisions can be made based on your unofficial college transcripts.
3.) After being admitted, submit your official transcripts for advising and enrollment.
Transcripts must be sent directly from each college or university.
Missouri University of Science and Technology
106 Parker Hall, 300 W 13th Street
Rolla, Missouri USA 65409-1060
Students transferring to Missouri S&T must meet these minimum requirements. In general, admission to the department in which you intend to pursue a degree – particularly engineering and science departments – requires a minimum 2.5 GPA. The faculties of individual degree programs do reserve the right to use more stringent cumulative GPA requirements when evaluating transfer applications than Missouri S&T's general minimum GPA requirement. Department degree program entrance requirements can be found here.
Missouri S&T accepts college-level non-remedial coursework from all accredited institutions. How credit will be applied to a Missouri S&T degree program is at the discretion of the Registrar's Office.
Minimum Requirements for Admission
Do you have less than 24 credit hours from your sending institution?
If you have completed fewer than 24 credit hours at your sending institution, you must submit your ACT (or SAT) scores and official high school transcripts to the Office of Admissions. Although you attended another institution after high school, your application will be evaluated according to standards for first-time freshmen.
Do you have at least 24 hours from your sending institution?
If you have completed 24 credit hours or more at your sending institution, high school transcripts and ACT (or SAT) scores are not necessary.
Many high school students face the decision of where to begin their college career. Trying to make that final decision of where to attend college can be difficult, but we recommend that high school students who are unsure of their plans to go ahead and apply.
Think you may be interested in enrolling as a freshman? Review the freshman admission requirements.
After you've completed your application and been admitted, you'll need to sign up for a Transfer Advising Day where you'll meet your advisor, sign up for classes, visit with Student Financial Assistance, and learn about what you need to do to prepare to attend S&T.
You will need to set up your S&T username and password. Your S&T username and password allows access to Joe'SS, S&T email, secure wireless internet, web apps, campus computer labs, and more.
Learn how to set up your username and password for your S&T account at it.mst.edu/getting-started/new-students/.
Before you can complete enrollment, you will need to complete your help forms. Please submit the following to Student Health Services:
For information on how to submit your forms, visit the Student Health Services website.
Questions? Call Student Health Services at 573-341-4284 or visit studenthealth.mst.edu.
Complete and submit the student accommodation request form on the Disability Support Services website to disclose a disabling condition that may require special accommodations. More information about Disability Support Services and the required disability documentation will be sent upon receipt of the completed form.
Questions? Call Disability Support Services at 573-341-4172 or visit dss.mst.edu.
After final semester grades are posted, request final official transcripts from your transfer institution to be sent to S&T Admissions.
Missouri University of Science and Technology
106 Parker hall
300 W. 13th Street
Rolla, Missouri 65409-1060
Financial Aid is awarded based on merit, need, or both. To be considered for need-based aid, you must complete a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) at fafsa.gov.
Complete your FAFSA by Missouri S&T's priority deadline of February 1. Missouri S&T's FAFSA Code: 002517
Admitted students who qualify for S&T's merit-based scholarships are notified, once being admitted. Use scholarships.mst.edu and reputable national scholarship search websites to reasearch scholarship opportunities. Many academic departments at S&T offer scholarships to students in specific degree programs.
Find more information at sfa.mst.edu.
If you have questions about financial aid issues, billing processes, or deadlines you will get the chance to meet with Financial Aid on your Transfer Advising Day. Your billing statement from S&T will be available about six weeks prior to the start of classes. Pay all bills on time to maintain your enrollment status.
Find more information at cashier.mst.edu.
Admitted transfer students who apply for admission are automatically considered for merit-based scholarships (no separate scholarship application required) if they meet application deadlines. You may also be eligible for additional scholarships through the scholarship database.
Missouri S&T has been recognized as a PTK Partner in Excellence AND given Honor Roll distinction. This distinction is awarded to the top 25% of transfer-friendly institutions nationwide.