STEP 1: Apply to FRCC
To start the transfer process, apply for admissions at FRCC by filling out our online application. Applying is free and, if you’re over 17, our open enrollment policy means you’re automatically in.
STEP 2: Transfer Credit in to FRCC
Complete the Transfer Credit Evaluation form to help us determine what credits you have and which will transfer. FRCC accepts credits for classes in which you earned a C- or higher. Learn about other credits we accept, such as AP and IB.
If you're a guest or visiting student and won't be earning a degree at FRCC (and not transferring in any credit), please see the streamlined admissions process for you.
FRCC can only accept official transcripts sent directly to the Office of the Registrar (by mail or electronically) from your previous college or university. They can be emailed to TransferCredit@frontrange.edu or sent to the FRCC campus you want to attend. Transcripts issued to the student, hand-carried, or faxed cannot be accepted. Find campuses.
STEP 3: Log in to the eWOLF Student Portal
While we're evaluating your transfer credits (or if you plan to transfer in credits later), log in to eWOLF and click the Navigate icon to complete your To-Do items:
- Submit the Pre-Registration form to get placed into the right classes
- Meet with your Pathway Advisor
- Register for classes
- Sign up for Transfer Student Orientation
- Discover other helpful things to get you started at FRCC
It’s all online, so you can do it anywhere and at your own pace. You will need your S number to log in.
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Have Questions About Transcript Evaluations?
Students with questions or concerns about their transcript evaluations should contact the Transcript Evaluator who provided the evaluation. If the question or concern cannot be resolved between you and the Transcript Evaluator, you may formally appeal in writing to the Associate Registrar within 15 calendar days of the date of the evaluation.
Learn more about the transfer credit appeal process. If you disagree with the College's decision, you can file a complaint with Colorado Department of Higher Education.