If you are starting at a community college and plan to transfer to one of the universities below to complete a bachelor’s degree, then click on that university and find the transfer guide for the bachelor’s degree you intend to complete. The transfer guide will tell you what courses to take at the community college as part of your associate’s degree that will transfer and apply to the bachelor’s degree requirements at the university.
Adams State University (updated December 2013)
Colorado Mesa University (updated January 2014)
Colorado School of Mines (updated October 2015) *Note: Students transferring to CSM from a community college should follow the Pre-Engineering Transfer Agreement for Colorado School of Mines. Thus, they do not use the state Institutional Transfer Guide template like the other 4-year universities.
Colorado State University (updated July 2014)
Colorado State University-Global Campus (updated August 2012) *Note: CSU-Global Campus will take any AA/AS degree from a Colorado community college and apply all 60 credits towards one of their BS degrees. Thus, they do not use the state Institutional Transfer Guide template like the other 4-year universities.
Colorado State University-Pueblo (updated July 2014)
Fort Lewis College (updated September 2015)
Metropolitan State University of Denver (updated October 2013)
University of Colorado-Boulder (updated July 2014)
University of Colorado Colorado Springs (updated February 2014)
University of Colorado-Denver (updated August 2010)
University of Northern Colorado (updated July 2014)
Western State Colorado University (updated June 2015)
Please note that these links will redirect to the institution's website. The Department of Higher Education does not maintain the content of these transfer guides.