Red Rocks Community College is proud to have transfer agreements with some of the best colleges and universities in the state of Colorado.
Your AA or AS Degree will transfer to all Colorado public 4-year colleges and universities if you complete your AA or AS degree with a C or better - and the remaining 60 credit hours in a school or arts and sciences at the four-year public institution of your choice. Be advised that many majors at the four-year school require specific courses , and that must be completed as part of the AA or AS degree. Also note that some majors may exceed the typical 120 credits required to graduate. Please see an academic advisor for specific college to college course planning.
List of Degrees that Transfer to Specific Colorado Colleges
Click here to download list of Colorado Colleges with a specific list of AA and AS degree that will transfer.
New Designated Degrees: Guaranteed Junior Status to a Four-Year School of Choice with these Ten Degrees
As of Summer 2011, RRCC is now offering Designated Degrees which guarantee junior status at any four-year Colorado public institution. These degrees are 60 credits at the community college level plus 60-68 credits to complete your bachelor's degree. See the ten Guaranteed Transfer Associate Degrees.
Click here to go to view specific transfer guides to four-year colleges in Colorado.
Colorado Guaranteed Transfer Courses
A “guaranteed transfer” course is one that is universally transferable among all Colorado public institutions of higher education. Upon admission to another institution, up to 31 credits of coursework will count toward general education requirements for most Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, Bachelor of Arts, and Bachelor of Science degree programs. Take a look at the 125+ courses in 34 subject areas that are guaranteed to transfer. Click here to see Colorado guaranteed transfer courses.
Cost Benefits for Transferring
Benefits to transferring can also be cost efficient... See tuition cost comparison chart of transferring versus attending a four year school the entire four years.