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The Transfer Agreement and Articulation Guide has been developed to facilitate the transition of students with an associate degree or 45 transferable hours from accredited colleges and universities to Fort Hays State University.
Students still may be required to take freshman or sophomore courses to meet degree or graduation requirements. Transfer students who have not completed an associate degree may transfer Fort Hays State University hours back to the community college based on the community college's approval in order to complete the associate degree.
Students with associate degrees who have not met the transfer articulation distribution requirement may complete the Transfer Articulation Agreement at FHSU or fulfill the FHSU General Education program.
1. Students must graduate from an accredited college or university with an associate degree based on a baccalaureate-oriented sequence (see FHSU University Catalog).
2. Students must meet the following requirements:
A minimum of 45 credit hours of general education with distribution in the following fields:
Points of Clarification
FHSU adheres to and honors the terms of the Kansas Board of Regents' Transfer and Articulation Agreement with Kansas community colleges.The Virtual College has Transfer and Articulation Agreements with many two- and four-year institutions throughout the country.
The Office of Strategic Partnerships has formed partnerships for Fort Hays State University with a number of international and domestic institutions and agencies.
Effective Fall 2001Updated April 2010