Transfer Students

Welcome!

We know the transfer process can be daunting and frustrating.  That is why we have put together a webpage dedicated to helping you navigate through transfer.  Below are just a few items to move you in the right direction.  Please don’t hesitate to ask if you have any questions or concerns.

Transfer Semester Planning Guide

Transfer Student Guide flowchart depicting the steps transfer students should take while preparing to transfe to CSU

Helpful Links

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CSU admissions will be able to help with applications, transcripts & other processes of acceptance to the university.

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Transferology is a way to find equivalent courses or how a course will transfer.  Here is a helpful guide for using transferology.

Transferring Outside of Colorado

If you have transfer credits outside of Colorado you can have a tentative evaluation ran on your unofficial transcripts.  Fill out a Tentative Transfer Evaluation Form and send it to TransferStudentCenter@colostate.edu.  This service is only offered to students who HAVE NOT been accepted to CSU.

General Transfer Info

– CSU accepts 64 credits from accredited community college
– Credits from a community college will ONLY count for 100 & 200 level course work

For more info visit the registrars website.

Transfer Guides

The guides below have been developed to aid students currently enrolled at Front Range Community College or Colorado Mountain College. Click on a degree title below to see how Front Range course work will transfer to CSU and count towards degree completion in the Department of Forest and Rangeland Stewardship.

There is no guarantee that courses will transfer from FRCC as credit for coursework at CSU. Credit for courses not listed on the guide is up to the discretion of the departmental advisor.

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