If you are a community college student interested in transferring to a Mississippi Public University or if you want to transfer between Mississippi Public Universities, you are in the right place.
The most accurate transfer information is available from the institution you plan to attend so make that contact as soon as possible. In the meantime, the link below will connect you to a general set of transfer guidelines.
If you are an adult considering returning to college or a non-traditional learner attending college for the first time, Mississippi's Institutions of higher education have a variety of options available.
The college transfer process isn't THAT different from the college admission process. The Mississippi Articulation and Transfer Tool will walk you through the 8-step process to build your personal Transfer Guide.
Each year, the State Legislature sets aside about $30 million that Mississippi students can use to go to college. Mississippi offers undergraduate programs, graduate programs and loan repayment and certification programs. Applicants can submit a new application, update an existing application and check award status online.
The FAFSA is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. The FAFSA website is updated regularly and contains everything you need to know about the application process and the types of aid available. And the online application is WAY easier than the paper version.