Transfer applicants are degree-seeking students who, at the time of application, have completed a minimum of 24 credits of college-level coursework. Remedial courses, concurrent enrollment courses (courses taken while in high school), and courses taken at schools that are not regionally accredited do not count toward the total credit count.
Transfer students are required to submit the following:
- Completed application
- $25 application fee
- Official transcripts from all prior institutions*
*For students with non-U.S. transcripts: All international documentation must be translated, certiﬁed, and authenticated through an approved credentialing agency. For further information regarding this process, refer to the International Students Admission Requirements section of the catalog.
Note: Students who have fewer than 24 credits of college-level courses must meet the ﬁrst-time freshmen standards. This includes international applicants. College credit earned in high school is eligible to count toward a degree at CSU Pueblo, but cannot be used to classify a student as a transfer student.
In general, students with at least a 2.3 cumulative transfer GPA who have successfully completed all basic skill coursework will be admitted to CSU Pueblo. Students who have not yet completed their basic skills courses or who have a GPA below a 2.3 are still encouraged to apply, and may be admitted on a probationary status.
Students who are enrolled at another institution at the time application for admission is made to CSU Pueblo should arrange to have one ofﬁcial transcript from the current institution sent with the application. A ﬁnal transcript must be sent when the ﬁnal term is completed.
After admission and once all ofﬁcial transcripts have been received, evaluations of transferable credit will be completed and provided to the student.
Each student must indicate all previous college experience on his or her application. Applicants may not ignore previous college attendance. Students who fail to inform the Ofﬁce of Admissions of all previous college work will be subject to delay of admission, loss of credit, rejection of application and/or cancellation of enrollment.