Transfer Agreements with Other Colleges

 

On behalf of our many students who wish to pursue advanced degrees, the Colorado Community College System is pleased to provide these and other transfer agreements with four-year institutions.

The Colorado Department of Higher Education has negotiated Articulation and Transfer Agreements to facilitate the transfer of credits earned at Colorado Community Colleges to bachelor degree completion programs at all public colleges and universities. These agreements list specific policies, conditions and guidelines to assist with your transfer. The agreements also provide the curriculum pathway for Colorado Community College students who complete an Associate Degree to enter a specific college and major at the junior level, and lessen the time to degree.

The agreements specify the courses taught at Colorado Community Colleges that a four-year upper division college or university will accept. Because institutions independently determine the requirements for their programs, articulation agreements differ from program to program and from college to college. After meeting the academic standards set forth in the agreement, students can apply to the bachelor’s program of choice.

Articulation agreements for transfer to a college or university help ensure that you won’t have to retake successfully completed courses or earn additional credits to enter as a junior, unless you change your major or degree program.

Institution
(Link to Website)
Transfer Agreements
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Articulation Transfer Agreements, listed by college
Arapahoe Community College

Fifty three articulation agreements:

Community College of Aurora


Forty eight articulation agreements:

Community College of Denver


Fifty one articulation agreements:

Colorado Northwestern Community College


Fifty two articulation agreements:

Front Range Community College


Fifty two articulation agreements:

Lamar Community College


Forty eight articulation agreements:

Morgan Community College


Forty eight articulation agreements:

Northeastern Junior College


Fifty one articulation agreements:

Otero Junior College


Forty eight articulation agreements:

Pueblo Community College


Fifty two articulation agreements:

Pikes Peak Community College


Forty nine articulation agreements:

Red Rocks Community College


Fifty two articulation agreements:

Trinidad State Junior College


Fifty two articulation agreements:

  • DeVry University
    Business Administration, Electronics & Engineering Technology, Computer Engineering Technology, Computer Information Systems

  • Franklin University
    Administration, Computer Science, Technical Administration, Health Service Administration, Management Information Systems

Arapahoe Community College

Community College of Aurora

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Community College of Denver

Front Range Community College

Morgan Community College

Northeastern Community College

Pikes Peak Community College

Red Rocks Community College

Trinidad State Junior College

60 + 60 Program
60 hours at a Colorado community college + 60 hours at UCCS = Bachelor’s Degree

Students who complete the first 60 hours of this program (with grades of ‘C’ or higher) at a Colorado community college may transfer to the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs and finish their Bachelor’s Degrees in this major with an additional 60 hours of credit.

These guides correspond to the 2011-2012 Statewide Guaranteed General Education (Pathways) Program, designed for Colorado community college students who intend to complete an associate’s degree and transfer to UCCS.

CC to CU Denver Admission Promise Program Overview
Many students attending Colorado four year institutions began their undergraduate studies in Colorado’s Community College System. In October of 2011, the Colorado Community College System launched an exciting and progressive new effort with The University of Colorado Denver that we called the Admission Promise Program. In 2012, Johnson & Wales University and Fort Lewis College initiated the Admission Promise Program in partnership with the Colorado Community College System. The Admission Promise is a program for students from the Colorado Community College System to easily and seamlessly transfer to CU Denver, Johnson & Wales, and Fort Lewis College to earn a bachelor’s degree. Students who meet the requirements of the program as stated by each University are automatically admitted. Through this program, students will receive academic advising support while attending community college and after they transfer to the four year university. This program is targeted to first-time freshmen in their first semester at a Colorado Community College System college. A first-time freshman is defined as having no college credit enrollments after graduation from high school or after earning a GED. To participate, there are no ACT/SAT test or high school grade-point average requirements. Once the student is admitted to the Admission Promise program, their continued participation depends on meeting the requirements of the program as stated by the particular university. Students register their intent to participate in the program through their online application to the community college. It is important to note, students who don’t sign up for the program during the application process or who previously attended college can still transfer to these colleges. These universities participate in the statewide guaranteed transfer program, and CCCS has joint agreements with the other public colleges and universities in the state to assist with student transfer. The Admission Promise Program has been carefully crafted with incentives and support to help students succeed. For more information visit:

Press Release:

  • University of Colorado Denver makes joint admission promise to Colorado Community College System graduates seeking bachelor’s degrees, October 6, 2011