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Institute of Personal Financial Planning

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Co-Sponsored by IPFP and the KSU Foundation

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Certified Financial Planner® Board Approved Program

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Meets Educational Requirements for
Accredited Financial Counselor™ Exam

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2017 North Central Region Mature Program
(Credit) Award

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2015 Distinguished Program:
Credit Program Award
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Transfer Students

Welcome to K-State's Personal Financial Planning Program!

We're excited to have you join us! To begin, general university information for transfer students is available through the Admissions Office. For specific questions about our program and our school, both prospective and current students are encouraged to go to the FSHS Advising Center. They've compiled an assortment of useful links for students in Family Studies and Human Services, and our advisors themselves are a wonderful resource.

Below are some links that will help get you started:

Transfer Equivalency Page – Learn how your transfer credits will convert at K-State.

Scholarships - Admissions has a variety of transfer-specific scholarships you can apply for.

What are the K-State 8? - Learn about K-State's course requirements to make sure our students are well-rounded.

Fall 2018 course schedule – View courses that are offered for the fall semester.

K-State Course Catalog - View course descriptions for all the options K-State offers.

K-State First - Make the most of your first year at K-State! Consider signing up for a CAT Community or first-year seminar.

Math Placement Test Information - Algebra Exam

Advanced Credit Options - AP testing, CLEP and DSST 

 

 

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Want to connect with other transfer students?

The Transfer Student Association (TSA) and Transfer Ambassador Program (TAP) helps new transfer students connect with each other and with campus resources. They also advocate for the needs and concerns of our transfer students within the campus community.

If you are interested, new members can join in the fall or the spring semesters.