How many credits do you need to transfer to CU Boulder?

How many credits do you need to transfer to CU Boulder?

CU Boulder does not have a minimum transfer credit hour requirement. Because of this, transfer applicants will be reviewed for admission under one of two conditions: If you have 24 or more post-high-school credit hours, the admission committee will focus primarily on your college academic record.

What is the average GPA for CU Boulder?


How much does it cost to apply to CU Boulder?

Required Materials for a Complete Application The application fee is: $50 for domestic applicants. $70 for international applicants.

Is CU Boulder expensive?

University of Colorado Boulder tuition is $10,728 per year for in-state residents. This is 49% more expensive than the national average public four year tuition of $7,203. The cost is 30% cheaper than the average Colorado tuition of $15,430 for 4 year colleges.

Does CU Boulder give good financial aid?

Average School Grant: $6336 Right away, it seems like University of Colorado Boulder offers more institutional aid than other schools. On the surface, this can mean that students who do receive institutional grants get a competitive amount, compared to other schools.

Does CU Boulder give merit scholarships?

CU Boulder Faculty/Staff Dependent Scholarship Opportunities As such, our scholarships are awarded based on neutral and non-discriminatory criteria such as academic merit, area of study, financial need, extracurricular activities, and leadership.

How much does it cost to go to CU Boulder for 4 years?

Based on published tuition prices, we estimate the current cost of a 4 year bachelor’s degree and living expenses at University of Colorado Boulder to be $124,176 – assuming graduation in normal time. The estimation assumes a 6.6% annual increase over the next 4 years which has been the recent trend for this school.

Is CU Boulder a Wue?

CU Boulder offers scholarships to nonresident students based on a variety of factors including academic performance, test scores and financial need, though there is no scholarship which permits a nonresident student to be charged resident tuition. We do not participate in the Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE).

How do you get in state tuition at CU Boulder?

You’ll likely qualify for in-state tuition, as long as:You’re a U.S. citizen or a U.S. permanent or undocumented resident.You attended three years of Colorado high school.You graduated or will graduate from a Colorado high school.You were accepted to CU Boulder within one year of graduating high school​

What colleges participate in Wue?

W.U.E. Four-Year UniversitiesAlaska. University of Alaska Anchorage. University of Alaska Fairbanks. Arizona. Arizona State University / Downtown. Colorado. Colorado Mesa University. Hawaii. University of Hawaii at Hilo. Idaho. Boise State University. Montana. Montana State University, Billings. Nevada. Nevada State College.

Who qualifies for Wue?

Freshman Criteria for WUE Scholarship (must meet all the below criteria to be eligible): Have or will have completed 15 (year-long) college preparatory courses with a grade of C- or better. These courses are described at the Freshman Apply Now webpage. Minimum 3.13 cumulative GPA.

How hard is it to get a WUE scholarship?

Some of the colleges have a strict minimum GPA and/or test score in order to qualify for WUE tuition. For example, at University of Idaho, students must have a 3.2 GPA to qualify for WUE. An example is Western Washington University, where WUE is highly competitive (past recipients have had a 3.9 GPA on average!)