Colorado Community College Students Can Follow Guides For Their Program Before Transferring
Get started early by using these guides to make sure you take the right classes for your major and get all of your credits transferred.
Due to the current COVID-19 situation, S and P grades will be accepted for spring 2020 grades only, for students transferring credits.
As a Future Roadrunner, you can now use the Transfer Credit Portal to simplify the transfer process and help you with planning your upcoming semesters.
The portal is an unofficial evaluation that will allow you to see how credits might transfer to your MSU Denver student record. After you're admitted, you will need to request official transcripts directly from the issuing school, institution or agency. Only official transcripts are used for official transfer credit evaluations to determine how credits will transfer in to your MSU Denver student record.
Most in-state credits will automatically give you which courses could transfer immediately after you add them in the portal.
Please note, the Transfer Credit Portal is an unofficial evaluation. After being admitted you will need to submit official transcripts for an official evaluation of your credits.
You need a preliminary transfer credit evaluation
A preliminary evaluation is meant to provide students with an initial understanding of how credits will transfer to MSU Denver. This evaluation will not officially transfer credit to the University.
The portal will accept out-of-state credits but it will not generate how that course will transfer to MSU Denver. If you have both in-state and out-of-state credits you can still use the portal for your in-state credits.
After being admitted you will need to submit official transcripts for an official evaluation of your credits.
No - you do not need to enter the portal. Email the Office of Transfer Services for a preliminary credit evaluation.
You need to enter the original institution that the credit was earned for us to properly evaluate if your credit will transfer. After being admitted, you will be required to have a transcript for each institution attended listing those credits.
This means that the school is considered a non-transferable institution and credits are not recognized by MSU Denver.
This means the credit you entered wasn't recognized by the system and may need review from MSU Denver faculty. it doesn't mean it wont transfer it just might take a couple more steps later on to get it transferred over.
Credit Not Accepted
You must receive a C or better from an accredited institution for MSU Denver to accept the course as a transfer credit.