Transfer ChecklistPage address: http://www.mnsu.edu/admissions/transfer/application/transferchecklist.html
Apply to Minnesota State University, Mankato
Completed applications must be submitted, included all required material, five (5) working days prior to the start of classes. Under certain circumstances, the University may institute an earlier priority admission deadline.
Note: If you were formerly enrolled at Minnesota State Mankato, there is no need to go through the application process again. Please contact the Registration Help Desk at 507-389-2252.
Submit a Minnesota State Mankato application or apply online
Submit a $20 non-refundable application processing fee.
If you have less than 24 college level credits completed (after high school graduation) at the time of application, or have only attended a technical college, submit your high school transcript and ACT score.
***Request that official transcripts from ALL post-secondary institutions be sent directly to the Office of Admissions.
Note: If you are currently attending, or have attended previously, a MnSCU related institution an eTranscript will be retrieved by our Admissions Office.
Once you have been accepted…
- Tell us you are coming!
- Visit www.mnsu.edu/enroll and tell us you plan to enroll
- Apply online for Residential Life Housing.
- Please confirm your enrollment before signing up to reserve housing.
- Fill out the FAFSA form to apply for financial aid. The University's
code is 002360.
- Sign up for orientation.
- Summer orientation is where you will register for your fall semester courses.
You will not be able to sign up for orientation until you have completed the enrollment confirmation step above.
A credit evaluation will be completed by our Registrar's Office, this evaluation can take between 3-4 weeks after being admitted to MSU.
Update Minnesota State Mankato Office of Admissions as to any address and telephone number changes. Submit your immunization form to Student Health Services to ensure your immunizations are up to date.
After completing your studies at your current school have an official transcript sent to the Office of Admissions.
***Transcripts will be considered official when presented in an unopened envelop, officially sent by the sending insitution via mail or officially sent electronically from the sending institution in forms of eScript, Parchement, National Student Clearing house, and alike. PDF's are not considered official when sent to the admissions office by a student.