A transfer student seeking a degree is defined as a student who has attended college classes after graduating high school or earning their GED.
Students interested in transferring into our accelerated degree programs at our campuses nationwide should refer to our Military
programs admissions page for requirements.
The following transfer guides are available in PDF (Adobe Acrobat format) for Kansas City area community colleges students:
Use the Registrar's site
to discover Park transferrable course. Park has articulation agreements with many colleges and universities.
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS for TRANSFER STUDENTS
- A cumulative 2.0 GPA in all previous college study.
- Transfer students with less than 12 hours must also submit an official high school transcript or GED.
- Prospective students not meeting the above criteria may be considered on an individual basis by the Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs.
Park University seeks students with a record of academic achievement, involvement in the community and good character. No applicant will be denied admission on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, age, gender, disability, sexual orientation, marital status or veteran's status.
English and math placement policy
No testing is required for any student transferring in college credit with a grade of 'C' or better for the traditional freshman English composition sequence, (Park University's EN 105 & EN 106) or College Algebra (Park University's MA135).
All other students will be evaluated based on their ACT or SAT English and Mathematics sub scores as follows:
English subscore on the ACT of 21 or higher, or SAT of 500 or higher will result in the student's automatic placement in EN 105 (Writing Strategies and Concepts).
Math subscore on the ACT of 21 or higher, or SAT of 500 or higher will result in the student's automatic placement in MA 120 (Basic Concepts of Statistics) or MA125 (Intermediate Algebra).
A lower subscore in either of these areas will require the student to take the appropriate Park University Academic Skills Assessment.