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Transfer Students

A Colorado State University-Pueblo student

Seamless Transfer

Have you already earned credits toward a degree? We welcome you to transfer into any of our undergraduate degree programs. After an evaluation of the credits you've earned, we'll do everything we can to allow you to use those credits toward your CSU-Pueblo degree.

Transitioning from a 2-year college? CSU-Pueblo is a great place to earn your bachelor's degree. Articulation Agreements & Transfer Guides make the transfer process as easy and seamless as possible.

If you're coming from a four-year college or university, we'll work with you to maximize your transferable credit hours. Up to 90 hours are transferable from accredited universities and colleges.

 

The Pack Center

The Pack Center can assist you in scheduling and enrolling for classes, either by connecting you with an advisor in your academic department or through one of the Center’s success coaches. Call the Center at 719.549.2584 today to get started. If you need further assistance, you may contact John Sandoval, Center Director, via e-mail at john.sandoval@csupueblo.edu.

The Pack Center

Transfer Help:

Contact the Transfer Success Coach below:

Adrian Diggs, Transfer Success Coach

719.299.1823

Or contact:

Lee Saunders, Associate Director of PACK Center

719.549.2501

DARS Information

DARS audit

Run your DARS audit through PAWS to see how your transfer credit will apply toward your degree requirements. Access your academic planning sheets as a guide for planning your course selections. For additional questions, please contact the Registrar’s Office.

Frequently Asked Questions

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    What are the requirements for transfer student admission to CSU-Pueblo?

    As a transfer student, you must submit an application for admission, a $25 application fee, and official college transcripts. You will be considered a first-time student if you have completed less than 13 transferable semester hours of college credit. You should also submit official ACT or SAT scores and official high school transcripts or GED scores. You must be in good standing at the institution you last attended and have at least a 2.3 grade-point average.

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    Where do I send my application, transcripts, or other admission-related documents?

    CSU-Pueblo Office of Admissions
    2200 Bonforte Blvd
    Pueblo CO
    81001-4901

    info@csupueblo.edu

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    How do I pay my application fee?

    You may send a check or money order to CSU-Pueblo Admissions:
    2200 Bonforte Blvd.
    Pueblo, CO 81001-4901
    or you may charge it to a credit card by calling 719.549.2462.

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    How long does it take to process my application for admission?

    This is typically a function of how soon we receive all of the information necessary to render a decision on your application. In most cases, we will be able to determine your admissibility within 2 weeks of receipt of your application, fee, transcripts, and test scores (if required).

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    How will I know which of my transfer credits will be accepted by CSU-Pueblo?

    Approximately 2 weeks after you have been accepted to Colorado State University-Pueblo, an official evaluation of transfer credit will be completed and sent to you. The evaluation will include courses Colorado State University-Pueblo has accepted in transfer and specific general education requirements completed. For an unofficial estimate, you can access Transferology to see how specific coursework transfers in to Colorado State University-Pueblo. Students may schedule an appointment with a Transfer Success Coach by contacting The Pack Center at 719-549-2584.

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    As a transfer student when can I register for classes?

    After being admitted, the first step to register for classes is to submit your enrollment deposit. After that, you will be prompted to complete your Registration Authorization Form (RAF), which your advisor will use to help you select your courses. You will be contacted by an advisor once your RAF is received to discuss your course schedule. Please note that, while you may pay your enrollment deposit at any time and are encouraged to submit your RAF as soon as possible to reserve your spot in classes, you can only register for courses if registration is available for continuing students (please see Semester Notes for dates).

Spring 2022 Registration

Registration Opens October 18, 2021.

To register for Spring 2022 courses, students will need to meet with their academic success coach or faculty mentor, submit proof of vaccination or exemption, and self-register through Banner.

Check out our NEW PCC Transfer Center

transfer students

Opening September 22, 2021!

Located in the Academic Building, Rm. 124 at Pueblo Community College, the new Transfer Center makes a transfer to CSU Pueblo smoother and easier than ever before!

Learn How Your Courses Will Transfer To CSU-Pueblo

Click on link below for Transferology:


Transferology makes exploring college transfer easy

Vaccination Requirement and Exemptions

Student wearing face mask

The university's COVID-19 Vaccination Policy includes the COVID-19 vaccination unless an exemption is filed.

Admissions Office

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