Information for Transfer Students

The Transfer Experience

Transfer students make up more than half of WCNR students and we strive to make the transition a smooth one, with one-on-one advising, transfer guides designed for specific Community Colleges and much more.  CSU admissions also has a transfer student center dedicated to transfer students.

Transfer Credit

The courses that you take before attending CSU are very important to your success. Deciding what those should be can be confusing. It is important to consult the curriculum for the CSU degree you seek before choosing courses. Below are some resources that will make this a bit easier.

CSU’s Registrar’s office maintains a list of articulated agreements with Colorado Community Colleges for transfer of Associate’s degrees.

If you are interested in checking equivalencies for classes offered at Colorado State, Transfer.org compares courses offered here to courses at most other colleges in the state and even several other states around the country.

The Colorado Department of Higher Education maintains information and lists of courses that transfer to from all two-year institutions to all four-year instituions.

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Front Range Community College Transfer Guides

The guides below have been developed to aid students currently enrolled at Front Range Community College to transition to degree completion in the Warner College of Natural Resources. Click on a degree title below to see how Front Range Course work will transfer to CSU.

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.

Please contact one of our College Advisors to discuss how the transfer guides work best for your academic goals. If you aren’t sure which major is right for you, please contact us and tell us a bit about your interests – we’re happy to help!

Colorado Mountain College Transfer Guides

The guides below have been developed to aid students currently enrolled at Colorado Mountain College to transition to degree completion in the Warner College of Natural Resources. Click on a degree title below to see how CMC course work will transfer to CSU.

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