For Transfer Students
- The application to Northwest is a rolling application which means there is no deadline. Complete the application for admission in one of the following ways:
- Complete and submit your application electronically.
- Domestic students can access the Northwest application by creating an account. If you submit your application online, there is no application fee.
- International students can also apply online, but there is a fee to submit.
- Complete and submit the paper application, along with a $25 application fee* to:
Office of Admissions
Northwest Missouri State University
800 University Drive
Maryville, MO 64468-6001
246 Administration Building
or call 660.562.1148
* If you enroll at Northwest, the $25 application fee will be credited to your account.
- Request an official transcript be sent to Northwest Office of Admissions for all college-level work you have attempted from each college or university attended.
- If you are in the process of completing courses, also have a final transcript sent at the end of the semester to complete your transfer file.
- You must submit previous transcripts regardless of whether those credits will apply to a Northwest degree. Hand-carried, personally delivered or issued to student transcripts are all unofficial even though they carry the college seal and/or signatures that are placed on official records.
- Transcripts must come directly from the issuing institution and can be sent to us by:
- Email: email@example.com
- Mail: (see address above)
- Fax: 660.562.1821
- Electronically: via Parchment, the National Student Clearinghouse and eSCRIP-SAFE
Other Important Reminders:
- If you have earned less than 24 hours of college-level, transferable credit, you must request from your high school an official transcript showing your class rank, GPA and high school graduation date. ACT/SAT scores must also be provided directly from ACT or College Board. For students who have earned more than 24 hours of college-level credit, it is recommended that ACT scores be sent for the purpose of course placement.
- Northwest has developed an automated process that defines exactly how your courses transfer to Northwest and meet your degree requirements. View information about equivalent courses from other institutions.