So you’ve done your research and decided that CU Denver may be the place for you and you’re ready to learn how your credits might apply here. Great! Did you know that as a prospective student (meaning you haven’t applied to CU Denver,
yet) you're able to schedule a meeting with an academic advisor? While pre-transfer
advising is not mandatory, it is an option for you.
Transfer Thursday is another great way to connect with us on campus and get answers to all of your questions. While you're here, meet with an Admissions Counselor, take a guided campus tour or schedule a personalized department visit.
Interested in learning more about CU Denver’s admissions process, admission requirements and programs? Maybe you want to talk to someone about whether CU Denver is the right fit? Admissions Counselors are here for you!
Undergraduate Transfer students are highly encouraged to attend a Transfer Thursday session prior to applying and being admitted. Sessions are held every Thursday with the exception of University holidays and breaks.
Transfer Thursday provides the following opportunities:
At CU Denver, we have eight (8) undergraduate advising units who serve our students’ (both current and prospective) advising needs. While some advising offices allow drop-ins others may not —in which case a scheduled appointment is required. As such, an appointment is always strongly recommended.
Schedule your advising appointment early. Advisors’ calendars tend to book quickly, especially during peak registration times.
If you live outside the Denver-metro area, you can inquire with your advising office about possible options for distance advising (phone, e-mail or video). To find the appropriate advising office for you, click here: Find My Advisor.
Whether you need support in applying for financial aid or searching for scholarships, the Financial Aid & Scholarships Office is here to help. Not sure where to start in the process? Check out our transfer student webpage and start planning early to get the best aid available.
For an unofficial evaluation of your transfer credit, please bring unofficial transcripts (one copy from each school you attended after high school/GRE) to your pre-transfer advising session.
For an official review of your transfer coursework, you will need to apply to CU Denver and be admitted.
Use Transferology to see how your courses will transfer and apply to your degree. This tool is not an official assessment of your credits, but will give you a good idea of how your credits will transfer to CU Denver.
Are you in your first or second semester at a qualifying community college and plan to transfer to CU Denver after earning your associate degree? CU Denver’s Bridge to Bachelor's Degree might be a great program for you! View the requirements to see if you qualify.
Other transferable credits may include AP credit, IB credit, CLEP credit, Military Experience credit, International coursework and more. Explore the undergraduate catalog to learn how other credits may transfer to CU Denver.
These agreements allow you to graduate from a Colorado community college with a 60-credit Associate of Arts (AA) or Associate of Science (AS) degree, enroll with junior status at a university and complete the bachelor’s degree in no more than an additional 60 credits.