Transfer 101

CU Denver

We’re guessing that since you’re reading this post, you are interested in transferring to CU Denver. We think that’s great and want to make your transition as easy as possible.

We understand that transferring, whether from a community college or another university, can seem like a daunting task. That is why we have worked hard to streamline the process here at CU Denver. In a nutshell, you just need to go through these simple steps:

1. You need to apply (bet you already knew that!)

2. Pay the $50, non-refundable application fee at the end of the application. This is so we can process your application. If we do not get this payment, then your application will not be seen by the admissions committee.

3. We need official transcripts from all previous higher education institutes. These need to be either mailed to us by US Postal Service or UPS/FedEx, or sent electronically from participating institutions through Docufide by Parchment. We do not accept transcripts over email. Our mailing/shipping addresses are:

a. US Postal Service
University of Colorado Denver
Undergraduate Admissions and K-12 Outreach
CB 167 | PO Box 173364
Denver, CO 80217

b. UPS/FedEx
University of Colorado Denver
Undergraduate Admissions and K-12 Outreach
1201 Larimer Street
Denver, CO 80204

If you have completed 30 or more college credits, then you are done! If you completed 13-29 credits, we will need to see your high school transcript and if you competed below 13 college credits then we will also need your ACT/SAT test scores along with the high school transcript. This may seem tedious but we want to make sure you will succeed at CU Denver.

So, that’s it! Just three easy steps. All you have to do is use your login credentials and check your portal for your application. Now you can just sit back and relax.

November 15, 2013 | Admissions, Application Tips