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Transfer Student Information Sessions
Transfer information sessions provide a great overview of CU-Boulder, the Buffalo community and the transfer admission process. Sessions include a one hour information presentation led by an admissions representative and a question and answer session.
Transfer information sessions are typically held on the second and fourth Monday of every month, except for October and December. They take place from 5:30 - 6:30 p.m in the JD Abrams Lounge in the Center For Community and are free to all guests.
|Fall 2013 Transfer Information Session Dates|
|August 26||September 9||October 14||November 11||December 9|
|September 23||November 25|
|Spring 2014 Transfer Information Session Dates|
|January 13||February 10||March 10||April 14||May 12|
|January 27||February 24||March 24||April 28||May 26|
In order to provide a positive experience for every guest, we ask that you register to attend prior to visiting campus. Walk-in space is not guaranteed. You must register for an event to ensure your space.
- To register for an event, students must log in to their MyCUBoulder account. After you have logged in, click the ‘Visit CU’ tab, then click on ‘Register for an Event’
- If you have not created a MyCUBoulder account, click here to get started.
- Family members should call the Office of Admissions at 303-492-6301 for assistance with scheduling a visit.
Following registration, an e-mail confirmation will be sent to the student’s e-mail address with more information about where to park, location of the session, and directions. You may also download a copy of your visit guide.
We hope to answer all of your questions at the information session and campus tour, however, if you would need additional information, please contact us at email@example.com.
If you would like to spend more time on campus, please consider one of our Transfer Student Days or one of our All-Day Visit Programs. These programs provide an opportunity to get an in-depth look at CU-Boulder through presentations by current faculty, staff, and students. We are unable to accommodate students who want to attend classes or stay in the residence halls overnight with current students.