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Transferology

To make your transfer to CU-Boulder as easy as possible, the Office of Admissions has partnered with Transferology - a transfer planning and online credit resource. If you are interested in transferring credit to CU-Boulder we encourage you to create a Transferology account to view your transferable credit, create a transfer plan, and/or see any remaining core coursework for your desired degree program.

How to create a Transferology account

You can create a transferology account in just a few easy steps:

  • Go to www.transferology.com
  • Click the 'Create an account' link
  • Enter your information
  • Record your user ID (e-mail address you use to create the account) and password in a safe place

Transferology Tips

As a student when you enter courses in your Transferology account you will be able to view matches for schools that participate in Transferology.  By following the links on this page University of Colorado Boulder will appear at the top of your list. Click on the percentage match box to view how the courses have been evaluated.

Matches: Indicates the specific courses you may be awarded after transferring, providing you have earned a grade of C- (1.7) or better.

Miss: Two types of misses are listed: courses that will not transfer and those that will transfer to this school if you take additional coursework (shown in gray).

Maybe: These are courses that have not been reviewed by CU-Boulder yet to determine transferability. View our transfer credit policy and guidelines page for information about

Apply Course to a Program

After reviewing how the courses transfer to CU Boulder, click on the icon to see how they may apply toward any major on campus.

If you have questions or need help with your Transferology account, please visit www.transferology.com/contactus for more information. If you have questions about your transfer credit or would like to schedule an appointment to meet with a transfer credit evaluator at CU-Boulder please contact TChelp@colorado.edu

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