State of Colorado Transfer Agreements

Students from out-of-state who are thinking of transferring to CU-Boulder should go to the Undergraduate Prospective Students web site for information on how to transfer.

Beginning in fall 2003, the two-year and four-year transfer articulation agreements among Colorado institutions of higher education were replaced by a statewide guaranteed transfer of approved general education courses taken at any Colorado public institution of higher education. Under the statewide guaranteed transfer program, up to 35-37 credits of successfully (C- or better) completed course work will automatically transfer and apply towards graduation requirements at the receiving institution. The course work must be drawn from the list of approved guaranteed transfer courses and must meet the distribution requirements of the guaranteed transfer program. Further information about the statewide transfer program, including the list of approved courses and distribution requirements, can be found at the web site of the Colorado Commission on Higher Education.

Students at any Colorado public institution of higher education are subject to the statewide guaranteed transfer of approved general education courses.

Link below for information regarding Admissions to the University of Colorado at Boulder, Major Requirements and Transfer Guides.