Each year, University of Nebraska campuses admit hundreds of students who take advantage of opportunities to transfer credits from a post-secondary institution to the University of Nebraska. Some students take just a few courses before transferring to the university, while others study for 2-4 semesters at a community college or state college, and many earn an associate of arts (A.A.) or associate of science (A.S.) degree before transferring.
The University seeks to increase the number of students transferring to any of the University of Nebraska campus programs as we work to increase the number of highly trained and well qualified individuals working across the state.
The Transfer Nebraska website is an excellent resource for any college student considering transferring to another institution, for an adult returning to college, or a high school student who earned college credit while in high school.
In today's competitive job market, a college degree is more important than ever. Individuals who have completed one or more college courses and want to see how they might transfer, should visit Transfer Nebraska. Nebraska’s higher education institutions have joined together to offer this one-stop site that provides you with a list of courses that will transfer from one school to another – helping you to plan your future, save time and money, and stay on the path to a degree and successful career.
Students can learn more about the process of applying to transfer to a University of Nebraska campus through the following websites.
University of Nebraska at Kearney:
- Three steps for Transferring to UNK - Overview
- General Studies transfer courses
- Transfer policies
- UNK Transfer Guide
- Information about UNK General Studies
University of Nebraska-Lincoln:
- Overview of admissions for transfer students
- Information about the credit evaluation process and links to many transfer pathways
- Information about transferring to the College of Agricultural Science and Natural Resources (CASNR)
- UNL Course Equivalency search
- Achievement-Centered Education (ACE = General Education program) courses and transfer credit
University of Nebraska Medical Center:
- College of Allied Health Professions - Magnetic Resonance Imaging program - transfer information
- College of Dentistry – Program in Dental Hygiene requirements and transfer information
- College of Nursing Undergraduate Transfer Policy
- College of Public Health transfer information
University of Nebraska at Omaha:
- Transfer Articulation Guide
- Transfer Credit Policies and Procedures
- Transfer Guided Pathways
- General Education Curriculum
Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture: