Chadron State College welcomes your interest in considering the transfer opportunities available at CSC. We are interested in expanding our offerings for transfer students and look forward to assisting you with your college transfer decisions.
If you have attempted 12 or more credit hours of course work at other colleges or universities after graduating from high school, you will be considered as a transfer student for admission to Chadron State College. To apply for admission to Chadron State College, please follow these steps:
All students wishing to pursue a degree program are required to provide one official transcript from each college attended, even if no credit was earned at the institution—by the end of their first term of enrollment. Students may not omit any part of their previous college records, whether part-time or full-time, with or without degree objectives, whether or not credit has been granted, or whether or not they desire to transfer credit. Chadron State reserves the right to use the National Student Clearinghouse and/or the National Student Loan Data System to verify students have accurately disclosed their academic history. Failure to disclose a complete collegiate record may result in denial of admission and/or federal financial aid or dismissal from Chadron State College.
Chadron State College
1000 Main Street
Chadron, NE 69337
"The entire Chadron State College staff and my professors made the transferring process run smoothly. By transferring to Chadron State, I feel that I have not missed a beat in continuing my college education. The atmosphere and friendliness of the students, faculty, staff, and community has ensured me that I have made the right decision in choosing Chadron State College."
"Choosing CSC is absolutely one of the best decisions I have made regarding my education. I transferred from a community college in another state and I was worried my credits wouldn't be accepted. Everything went through with relative ease and I will be finishing sooner than had I stayed in my home state."