Fort Lewis College remains committed to granting incoming transfer students as many credits as possible. For general inquiries, transfer appeal questions, and questions about Transferology, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you transferred to FLC from a two-year institution, you can combine your credits toward an associate degree while you work on your bachelor's degree through a program called Reverse Transfer.
There is no impact on your current academic standing or financial aid. This is simply a way to get the credentials you've already earned.
Find out if your credits as a Study Abroad student transfer to Fort Lewis College.
You have the right to appeal Fort Lewis College's Initial Transfer Evaluation decisions regarding the transferability of a course and how a course(s) is transferred from another accredited college or university.
In most cases, students who have earned an Associate degree (AA or AS) from institutions other than public Colorado institutions will undergo the typical course-by-course credit evaluation.
The Registrar's Office maintains a list of institutions with a blanket exception. All Liberal Arts Core requirements get waived for transfer students who earned an AA or AS from one of the institutions on that list.
When the Registrar's Office does a course-by-course evaluation for a student who earned an AA or AS at a non-Colorado institution not on that list, they review that institution's general education requirements to see if it is similar in structure and scope to Colorado's gtPathways. If it is found sufficiently similar, that institution will join the list.
Students must fulfill all prerequisites for Fort Lewis College courses, even if Registrar's Office waived their Liberal Arts Core requirements.
Use Transferology, a third-party website, to see how your credits will transfer toward a degree at FLC. It is a quick and simple process to gain access to their widely-used database of colleges and universities around Colorado, the country, and the world.
If you don't see your course in Transferology, email email@example.com.
We understand colleges and universities nationwide deviated from their traditional grading schemes for all Spring 2020 - Fall 2021 courses, with many moving to a version of Pass/No Pass grading scale. To account for this, we accept any course with transferable course content for which the student earned a P grade, provided that P is equivalent to a grade of C- or higher.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 970-247-7301Drop-in: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., Monday - Friday
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