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The Office of Transfer Services helps students successfully transfer from other colleges into Metropolitan State University of Denver, where they can transform their lives while transforming credit hours into a degree.
Why should you finish your degree? The United States Department of Labor reports that employees who hold a bachelor’s degree earn an average of $38,410 more per year than employees with “some college or no degree.”
If you would like a preliminary transfer credit evaluation of your previous credits, email firstname.lastname@example.org include the following information:
A preliminary evaluation is meant to provide students with an initial understanding of how credits will transfer to MSU Denver. This evaluation will not officially transfer credit to the University. An official transcript is needed during the application process to transfer credit onto a student record.
The official transcript evaluation will be completed upon admission to the University. Students should request official transcripts from previous colleges/universities be mailed to:
Metropolitan State University of Denver
Office of Admissions
Campus Box 16, P.O. Box 173362
Denver, CO 80217
Transcripts also can be e-mailed to: email@example.com
A transfer student is any student who has earned college credit after graduating from high school or receiving a GED. The number of credits you have completed determines what is required of you in the admission process.
Concurrent Enrollment Students
Please visit First-Time College Admissions.
Students 19 years-of-age and younger
Students that are 19 years-of-age and younger and have less than 24 transferrable credits will be considered as a first-year student for admission purposes and may be subject to the Admissions Review process. Both college and high school transcripts will be considered in this review. Please visit First-Time College Admissions for information about deadlines and requirements based on your high school GPA and ACT or SAT scores.
Students 20 years-of-age and older
Students that are 20 years-of-age and older will be admitted regardless of their cumulative GPA with submission of an official high school transcript, official GED transcript or an official college transcript with 24 or more transferrable credits.
Mail Official Transcripts: Office of Admissions
Campus Box 16, P.O. Box 173362
Denver, CO 80217-3362
Send Official Electronic Transcripts to: firstname.lastname@example.org (must be sent directly from the institution)
Transferrable credits are college credits that are determined by MSU Denver to transfer into the University. All transferrable courses must be considered college level and be completed with a C- or better. You will also find more information about your transfer credit on our Transfer Credit Guidelines page.
Additional questions about the MSU Denver admission and application process? Please contact Transfer Services at (303) 556-3774 or email@example.com.