Next Steps for Enrolling at Kennesaw State University as a Transfer Student or Adult Learner

Congratulations on officially becoming a part of Owl Nation!

We know how stressful enrolling for college can be, and we want to make the process as simple as possible. If you have any questions regarding the enrollment process, you can contact the Admissions Office to speak with a transfer admissions counselor.

Follow these steps to ensure you’re ready for Orientation and then the first day of class!

  • NetID Icon

    Get Started by Activating your Net ID

    You’ve created a lot of unique logins while applying to universities, but we have good news for you: this is the last one you’ll need for a while! You’ll use your NetID to access Owl Express and complete many of your enrollment tasks. Also, it will be your official login as a student at Kennesaw State. Let's get started by activating your KSU NetID.

    In addition to activating your NetID, you will need to set up an account with DUO, Kennesaw State University’s multi-factor authentication system. This tool helps keep your information protected as an essential part of creating a secure digital environment. More information about DUO can be found here.

    Let's get started by activating your KSU NetID.

    • Transfer Evaluation

      Review your Transfer Evaluation

      • Your transfer evaluation should be available to view within 2-3 weeks of acceptance (may take longer due to volume).

      • You will be notified via student email when your transfer evaluation is ready for review.

      • Log-in to DegreeWorks to view your transfer evaluation
      • File your FAFSA

        File your FAFSA

        Submit the FAFSA and KSU Scholarship Application any time after they open October 1 and November 1, respectively. While KSU offers many opportunities for financial aid and scholarships, be sure to research funding from other sources, as well.

        • KSU Housing

          Apply for Housing

          Due to high demand for on-campus housing, transfer and upper-class housing is extremely limited. If you are interested in applying to live on campus, submit your application as soon as possible.
          • Lawful Presence

            Complete Lawful Presence Verification

            The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia requires KSU to verify the lawful presence in the United States of all admitted students entering in the fall 2011 semester or later. You can find more information on this policy and the documents needed for submission on the Lawful Presence tab.

            • Tuition

              Tuition and Billing

              The Bursar is where you can find information on tuition and payment options. You are encouraged to explore your options well in advance of the first day of classes.

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                Transfer Student Resources

                Adult and Commuter Student Engagement (ACSE) is a comprehensive support unit in the Division of Student Affairs that provides programs and services for adult learners and commuter students.

                Resource Center Locations

                • Transfer Next Steps

                  Transfer Next Steps Brochure

                  The Transfer Next Steps Brochure will help guide you through all the important Next Steps you need to take in preparation for your first semester at KSU as a transfer student.