Does KSUCPM Accept Transfer Students
Students who have had successful attendance at another college of podiatric medicine and are in good academic and personal standing may apply to KSUCPM for transfer. Decisions regarding transfer admission status are at the discretion of the Dean and Enrollment Management Committee members.
Applicants for transfer admission must meet the criteria for initial admission as outlined in the requirements section and follow the procedures outlined below. Submit a letter to the Office of Enrollment Management requesting transfer consideration.
- Submit a statement outlining the reasons for requesting transfer.
- Provide an official transcript of academic performance in all undergraduate, graduate and professional programs of study, domestic and international. If there was international institutional enrollment, reports from a recognized foreign credentialing agency must be jointly submitted for full consideration.
- Provide a letter of status from the Academic Dean or Dean of Student Affairs at the College currently being attended. Official transcripts must indicate GPA of 3.5 or higher from previous podiatric college for transfer consideration.
- Upon notification of eligibility, the applicant must schedule and complete an official campus visit at KSUCPM for final determination.
Transfer status for students who have attended an institution of another professional discipline will be reviewed at the discretion of College administrators on a case-by-case evaluation and will not necessarily meet "advanced standing" upon admission.