Transfer Student Information
An applicant to CSM is considered a transfer student if he or she has enrolled in coursework at another college after graduating from high school. The minimum admissions requirements for all transfer students are as follows:
- Students transferring from another college or university must have completed the same high school course requirements as entering freshmen. A transcript of the applicant's high school record is required. ACT or SAT test scores are not required if the student has completed a minimum of 30 credit hours of college credit.
- Applicants must present official college transcripts from all colleges attended. Applicants should have an overall 2.75 grade point average or better. Students presenting a lower GPA will be given careful consideration and acted on individually.
- An applicant who cannot re-enroll at the institution from which he or she wishes to transfer because of scholastic record or other reason will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
- Completed or "in progress" college courses (which meet CSM graduation requirements) are eligible for transfer credit if the grade earned is a "C" or better.
For more detailed information on the admissions requirements for transfer students, please contact the Undergraduate Admissions Office.
Colorado School of Mines is a signatory to the Colorado Statewide Engineering Articulation Agreement, which can be viewed at www.state.co.us/cche. Beginning with admissions in 2003-2004, this agreement determines transferability of coursework for engineering students in the State of Colorado. All students transferring into CSM under the terms of the statewide agreement are strongly encouraged to be advised by the CSM Admissions Office on their planned course of study. Credits earned more than 10 years previously will not transfer.
Additionally, Colorado School of Mines has formal transfer agreements with Red Rocks Community College (RRCC), www.rrcc.edu/transfer/csm.htm, Front Range Community College (FRCC), www.FrontRange.edu, Community College of Aurora (CCA) http://www.ccaurora.edu/, and Community College of Denver (CCD) http://www.ccd.edu/. Students are encouraged to contact the Admissions Office at either institution for additional information.
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