We welcome your interest in transferring to UNC. Let us work with you to make the application process as smooth as possible.
You’re considered a transfer student if you have attended a post-secondary institution after graduating from high-school. You’re a strong candidate for admission as a transfer student if you have:
The Office of Admissions reviews applications on a rolling basis, which means you will receive an admission decision two to three weeks after submitting your application and all supporting documents. To graduate with a bachelor’s degree from UNC, which requires 120 semester credit hours, you must complete a minimum of 30 credit hours through UNC.
All transfer applicants are required to submit:
A completed UNC application with the $45 application fee (nonrefundable, payable by credit or debit card) or an application fee waiver*
Official college transcripts from all previous institutions attended
Official high school transcript with graduation date (or official GED results)
Proof of graduation or equivalent is required for federal financial aid
High school/GED credentials are considered in the admission decision for applicants with fewer than 30 college-level credits
ACT or SAT scores are required for students with fewer than 13 college-level credits
All documents and credentials must be official and sent one of the following ways:
Office of Admissions, Carter Hall 3006, Campus Box 10, Greeley, CO 80639
Your previous institutions may send official transcripts via Parchment or to UNC.email@example.com
*Once the Office of Admissions receives your application fee waiver request, you will be contacted with a fee waiver code or a reason your fee waiver was not accepted. If you are granted a fee waiver, you will return to this page to submit your application.
To get your answer early, submit your application early. Deadlines for priority consideration:
Use the following resources to assist you in planning to attend UNC in the future. These guides will outline which courses are eligible for transfer from Colorado Community colleges and AIMS community college.
For a complete description of how UNC will accept transfer credits, visit our Registrar’s page.