Transfer

Transfer Criteria

Below you will find information about Transfer Admission Criteria by College. Please note that most of the information is relevant to students transferring from another school in Colorado. If you are transferring from an out-of-state school, please contact the Office of Student Recruitment (800-990-8227 x. 3084 or transfer@uccs.edu) for assistance with course recommendations.

PLEASE NOTE: UCCS will only apply a maximum of 72 hours of transfer credit from 2-year colleges and a maximum of 90 hours of transfer credit from all schools combined.

Online Application - NOTE: To be considered for transfer admission a student must complete 13 or more transferrable hours.
Colorado Community College 60+60 plans
Colorado State-Wide Guaranteed Transfer Program information
CU Guaranteed Transfer Admission Criteria

Course Transferability:
Course work of comparable content and scope to the UCCS curriculum will generally be transferred if it was completed at colleges or universities accredited by one of the regional higher education accreditation commissions.  Only courses that are academic in nature are transferable, career and technical courses are generally not transferable. Additional courses may be considered on a case-by-case basis once the student matriculates to UCCS. Only grades of C- or better are acceptable for transfer to UCCS, but please note that some programs will require higher grades on specific courses for them to apply to the degree program.

GPA needed to transfer - Achieve a cumulative GPA of 2.4, or better, including all remedial and repeated courses. NOTE: Students with GPAs of 2.0 or better also may apply and be considered for admission.

GPA needed to transfer - Achieve a cumulative GPA of 2.7, or better, including all remedial and repeated courses. NOTE: Students with GPAs of 2.0 or better also may apply to the College of Business and will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Students who are not initially admissible to the College of Business will be considered for admission to the College of Letters, Arts & Sciences (LAS) until they meet certain grade, course and GPA requirements. At that time, they may transfer to the College of Business.

GPA needed to transfer - Achieve a cumulative GPA of 2.4, or better, including all remedial and repeated courses. NOTE: Students with GPAs of 2.0 or better also may apply, but will be considered for admission on a case-by-case basis. Admission is to the College of Letters, Arts & Sciences with an application to the Education program completed after the student has transferred to UCCS.
NOTE: Some courses in Education programs will require a grade of B- or better to apply to the degree program.

GPA needed to transfer - Achieve a cumulative GPA of 3.0, or better, including all remedial and repeated courses. Completion of Calculus I and either Calculus-Based Physics and/or College Chemistry is encouraged. NOTE: Students with GPAs of 2.0, or better, also may apply to the College of Engineering and will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Students who are not initially admissible to the College of Engineering will be considered for admission to the College of Letters, Arts & Sciences (LAS) until they meet certain grade, course, and GPA requirements. Upon completion of the minimum criteria the student may pursue admission into the College of Engineering.

GPA needed to transfer - Achieve a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better for NURSING, or a 2.5 or better for HEALTH CARE SCIENCE, including all remedial and repeated courses. Students with GPAs of 2.0 or better also may apply. However, they will be considered for admission to the College of Letters, Arts & Sciences (LAS) until they meet the Beth-El College of Nursing grade, course, and GPA requirements. At that time they may pursue admission to the Beth-El College of Nursing and Health Care Science.

GPA needed to transfer - Achieve a cumulative GPA of 2.4, or better, including all remedial and repeated courses. NOTE: Students with GPAs of 2.0 or better also may apply, but will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

 
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