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UCCS Welcomes You

We believe in real-world experience and great outcomes. You can craft your own amazing educational experience with more than 70 degrees and 100 distinct programs. At UCCS, students are our first priority. In fact, with more than 12,000 students on campus, we pride ourselves on having a 1:16 student-to-faculty ratio. But this doesn’t translate to bigger class sizes. We’re all for personalized teaching and one-on-one learning. Whether you have completed credits at a community college or a four-year institution, the Transfer Team is here to guide you. Talk to us today about financial aid and scholarship opportunities, as well as other transfer questions.

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Learn more about our Transfer Criteria
We’re excited that you are ready to join countless students who have successfully transferred to UCCS. Check out our Transfer Criteria page to see exactly what you need to make your transition toward an amazing educational experience, including course transferability, GPA requirements, transcripts, guaranteed transfer details, student requirements, and more.
Becoming a Student
Follow these simple steps to success
Transferring to UCCS and becoming a student begins with your transfer application. If your application is accepted and you are admitted to UCCS, you can claim your student account, apply for scholarships, submit your Free Application for Student Federal Aid (FAFSA), and register for your Transfer Student Orientation session. Find information on admissions, student accounts, funding, and transfer orientation below.
Criteria Overview

Transcript Requirements
Transfer students must submit official transcripts.
GPA Requirements
Your past grades matter
Community College Transfer Students
For students transferring from a community college.
Transferable Coursework
Find out if your coursework will transfer
Transferable College-Level Credit
Find out if your credits will transfer
College-Level Examination Program (CLEP)
Specific information about CLEP
Transfer Credit Appeal
What to do if certain coursework is not accepted.
Transfer Help
Get guidance on how to successfully become a student
Minimum Academic Preparation Standards (MAPS)
What you need to know

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