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Students who seek to attend UCCS after graduating high school, who have fewer than 24 college credit hours after earning their high school diploma — not counting credits earned during their high school education — are considered first-year students at UCCS. Learn more.
Returning UCCS Students
Students who have previously attended UCCS should apply to be readmitted to UCCS within our Transfer and Returning Student Application. Learn more.
Students who graduated high school — or earned a high school equivalency — and have 24 or more college credit hours earned after high school — not including college credit earned while in high school — are considered transfer students at UCCS. Learn more.
All Graduate Students
Graduate students are those who have already completed a Bachelor's Degree and are pursuing a Master's, Doctoral, Graduate Certificate, or Graduate Non-Degree program. We also accept applications for non-degree seeking graduate students who wish to take courses but aren't planning on completing a degree or certificate program at UCCS. International students interested in UCCS Graduate School programs should also use this application. Learn more.
UCCS offers more than 5 undergraduate degrees, 10+ Master’s degrees, a Doctorate of Nursing Practice, and a variety of Graduate Certificates in a convenient online setting. Learn more.
Undergraduate International Students
Undergraduate foreign students studying in the U.S. under a valid visa and are not residents of U.S. territories (International Graduate students should submit the Graduate Student application). Learn more.
Undergraduate Non-degree Seeking
Undergraduate non-degree seeking students are students who have not already earned a bachelor's degree and who wish to take courses at UCCS but are not planning on completing a degree with UCCS. This includes High School Concurrent enrollment. Learn more.
Academic Outreach/Extended Studies programs provide non-traditional educational opportunities for high school students, professionals and life-long learners. Learn more.