Scholarships for Transfer Students for Fall 2020

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The transfer scholarships listed below are merit scholarships and are awarded automatically to students after they are admitted to Kent State University and all transcripts from previous institutions have been received and evaluated.  No additional application is required to be considered for these awards.  Transfer scholarships are competitive and funding is limited.

Many Colleges and departments offer scholarship opportunities as well.  These scholarship programs often require a separate application.  Use the Kent State Scholarship Search to look for additional scholarships for which you may be eligible to apply.

Transfer Scholarships

Academic Transfer Award (Ohio Residents)
President's Transfer Award (Out-of-State Residents)
Flash Transfer Northeast Ohio Scholarship
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen
  • Must be an Ohio Resident
  • Must have earned an associate degree from one of the following colleges, prior to enrolling at Kent State:
    • Cuyahoga Community College
    • Eastern Gateway Community College
    • Lakeland Community College
    • Lorain Community College
    • Stark State College
  • Did not enroll at another college or university after earning the associate degree
  • Must have minimum 2.50 cumulative college grade point average (GPA average from all colleges the student attended previously).  The cumulative college GPA will be calculated by Kent State University.
  • Admitted to the Kent Campus of Kent State University as a new transfer student
    • By April 1 for summer
    • By August 1 for fall
    • By December 1 for Spring
  • You must be enrolled in your first bachelor's degree program
  • Enroll as a full-time student (minimum 12 credit hours) each semester at the Kent Campus
  • Cannot be combined with the Academic Transfer Award or President’s Transfer Award
  • Annual Amount:  $2,500

Additional Transfer Scholarships

Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship
Departmental Scholarships

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