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Institutional Partnerships/Transfer Guides

Institutional Partnerships

Aims Community College: Aims2UNC Program


The Aims2UNC Curriculum Maps are a result of the collaborative efforts of staff and faculty at both Aims and UNC, and are centered on assisting students that intend to transition to UNC after earning their Associate of Arts (A.A.) or Associate of Science (A.S.) degree from Aims. The Aims2UNC Curriculum Maps designate which courses a student should take at Aims to efficiently transition to UNC and obtain a bachelor’s degree. 

Front Range Community College

Laramie County Community College

International Partnerships

Institutional Transfer Guides

The Institutional Transfer Guides have been developed by UNC faculty to assist students who start at a Colorado community college and intend to transfer to UNC with an Associate of Arts (A.A.) or Associate of Science (A.S.) degree (in most cases). The Institutional Transfer Guides designate which courses a transfer student should take at the community college to efficiently transfer to UNC and obtain a bachelor’s degree. For a bachelor’s degree that requires 120 credits, a student following these guides who transfers to UNC with an A.A. or A.S. degree (60 credits with no D’s or F’s) will ordinarily have 60 credits left to complete at UNC. Select an institution below to get started.

AIms Community College

Araphahoe Community College

Colorado Mountain College

Colorado Northwestern Community College

Community College of Aurora

Community College of Denver

Front Range Community College

Lamar Community College

Morgan Community College

Northeastern Community College

Otero Junior College

Pikes Peak Community College

Pueblo Community College

Red Rocks Community College

Trinidad State Colorado