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The CU-Boulder College of Engineering and Applied Science welcomes students transferring from the Colorado Community Colleges! In fact, about a quarter of our transfer students come to CU-Boulder Engineering via the Colorado Community Colleges.
Transfer students from Colorado public institutions who meet specific criteria are offered guaranteed admission to the major of their choice
If you do not qualify for guaranteed admission, please see the competitive transfer criteria for the College of Engineering and Applied Science
Transfer Scholarship Information:
If you meet the guaranteed admission criteria along with a minimum GPA of at least 3.60, you will also receive a transfer student scholarship towards your first year of attendance
In addition to the merit-based scholarships, our BOLD Center offers a one-year participation-based scholarship
Additional Admission/Academic Information:
To help you understand what credits will transfer to CU-Boulder and specifically into the College of Engineering and Applied Science, refer to these resources:
If you have specific curriculum questions about any of our majors outside of the information found here, please first reference the departmental webpages.
If you still have questions, please contact: Chris Anderson - Student Services Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
In addition to your math, science and engineering coursework, each major in the College of Engineering and Applied Science requires at least 18 credit hours in humanities, social sciences, and writing in order to graduate (note that some majors require more credit hours in this area). For more information regarding these courses, please refer to the following resources:
In addition to our 13 undergraduate programs on the Boulder campus, are you aware that you can earn an engineering degree from CU-Boulder on the Western Slope? If not, you should check out the Colorado Mesa University/CU-Boulder Mechanical Engineering Partnership Program in Grand Junction.