Transfer Students Planning Checklist
1. Submit the following to the Enrollment Services Office:
Minot State University revised its transfer admission requirements for those students entering MSU in the fall of 2014. View the complete admission requirements.
- Completed application for admission.
- $35 non-refundable application fee.
- Official in-progress transcript, if currently attending another college/university.
- Final official transcripts from all other post-secondary schools previously attended. Transcripts must be mailed directly from your school(s) to the Enrollment Services Office.
- Official ACT or SAT scores if transferring fewer than 24 semester credits AND if you will be less than 25 years of age on the first day of class.
- Official high school transcripts, mailed to the Enrollment Services Office directly from your high school, if transferring fewer than 24 semester credits.
- Proof of two doses of immunization for measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR).
- Tuberculosis screening if required.
2. Apply for Financial Aid. (For fall applicants: apply by April 15.)
- Submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
3. Apply for Scholarships and Awards.
- To be eligible for transfer awards and scholarships, you must submit the scholarship application by February 15. You must attach an unofficial copy of your college transcript(s) with your application. Visit AskMSU.com/scholarships to apply and learn more. Submit the MSU Scholarship and Awards Program Application. The deadline for scholarship consideration is February 15.
- Search for scholarships on the internet:
» CollegeNET Mach 25 Scholarship Search
» College Board Scholarship Search
» Sallie Mae's Online Scholarship Search
4. Apply for On-Campus Housing.
- Submit the Housing Application available at www.minotstateu.edu/life,
or call 1-800-777-0750 ext. 3363 to request an application.
5. Register for classes.
- Upon completion of your application, you will be invited to CONNECT - Minot State University's orientation/registration days.
6. Enjoy life as a Minot State student!!!