Transferring into ACJ?

Welcome to K-State's ACJ program. We want to help make the transition into our program as easy and enjoyable as possible and help you make the most of your time at K-State.

Whether you are a high school senior or a second-year college student, we can help you decide on courses to make the most of your time at community college and at K-State. Ask us about our 2+2 plans for your community college. Check out the course transfer equivalency list to find out how your courses will transfer to K-State. Or visit our enrollment information page from the College of Agriculture.

K-State offers many resources for transfer students, including transfer requirements, scholarships, course equivalencies and much more.

Transferring made easy:

"The advisers in the agricultural communications program made it very easy to transfer, even as an out-of-state student like myself. They are all extremely encouraging. Anyone who is considering this program as a transfer student, should definitely go for it. Also, don't be afraid to get involved during the two years you will spend here, it's greatly beneficial." -Olivia Hoots, ACJ 2021

"I met with an ag communications adviser at K-State before I even started at Hutchinson Community College. They helped me set a schedule at Hutch and I had guidance for making the transfer easily and painlessly." - Sadee Rohleder, former ACJ student

Meet Sarah Loomis

Sarah Loomis Sarah transferred from Hutchinson Community College to K-State's Agricultural Communications and Journalism Program.

"K-State is where I found what I want to do for the rest of my life. The Ag Communications and Journalism department has helped me build my portfolio and gain lifelong connections," Sarah says.

Sarah says she had to re-establish herself when she transferred, but "t he department and instructors were so willing to make me feel at home and offered plenty of help when needed."

Sarah's advice to transfer students:

"Do not be afraid to get involved the first semester at a new college, but also do not be afraid to give yourself time to figure out campus. K-State is full of friendly faces who are willing to lend a hand."

ACJ's Student-to-faculty ratio is 20-to-1.