If you’re transferring from another school, use Transferology, a third-party website, to see how your credits will transfer. You will be asked to create an account, a quick and simple process. If a course is listed as “maybe,” it doesn’t necessarily mean it won’t transfer, it just hasn’t been evaluated yet.
The FLC Catalog is also a great place to see the full list of degree requirements for your major at FLC.
Using these tools will allow you to make an educated guess about how your credits will transfer. The official determination from FLC will come approximately three weeks after you are admitted.
The Colorado Department of Higher Education creates articulation agreements through the Colorado Community College System to help students transfer credits within state schools.
Bridge to Bachelor's Degree program
You can transfer from a two-year school to FLC through our Bridge to Bachelor's Degree program. We'll connect you with an FLC advisor when you start at your community college to support you throughout the process.
You might be eligible to get your associate degree while you work on you bachelor's through the Colorado Reverse Transfer program. Opting in to this program is easy, and there's no impact on your current academic standing or financial aid to do it, either.