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.
It's a good idea to submit your application before our Priority Application Deadlines to ensure you're on the best track for all scholarships, financial assistance, and registration opportunities.
If you’re already using Common App to apply to other universities, you can use it to apply to Missouri S&T.
Here are some helpful resources when applying to S&T.
Missouri S&T has active and successful transfer partnerships with over 50 colleges and universities in Missouri and other states.
Determine if a course already has an established S&T course equivalency. If a class is missing, it could just mean the course has not been evaluated yet and may still transfer.
Credits can be earned by examination, which allows you to make the most of your college experience. Earned credits count towards degree program requirements and let you take advanced courses earlier.
Missouri S&T participates in the AUC Dual Degree Engineering Program (DDEP) with three historically-black colleges.
MRT is the process of allowing college students or former college students who have completed credits for an associate’s degree to receive that degree even if they have transferred to a different college or university, or dropped out of higher education altogether.
Missouri S&T and East Central College have partnered to offer Campus Connections, a concurrent enrollment program. Students who meet admissions requirements for both schools can take courses at both at the same time.
After you've been admitted, there are still a few things you have to do to complete your transition to college.
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.
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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. Degree program entrance requirements can be found here.
Missouri S&T accepts college-level non-remedial coursework from all accredited institutions. Credit will be applied to a Missouri S&T degree program at the discretion of the Registrar's Office.
Minimum Requirements for Admission
Missouri S&T does not require you to submit high school transcripts of ACT/SAT scores unless you have completed fewer than 24 credit hours post high school graduation.
If you have fewer than 24 credit hours post high school graduation your application will be evaluated according to standards set for incoming freshmen.
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.
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