The Registrar's Office evaluates transcripts and prepares a Transfer Equivalency Report (TER) to determine the courses that are transferred to Colorado Mesa University. The TER is produced by the Registrar's Office after the student has been admitted and all official transcripts are received. It consists of a computer printed page showing course transfer equivalents but will not show how courses are used in the major program; you will need to see an advisor to determine how your courses will apply to a specific program or major. The TER can also be viewed on your MAVzone account under the Student Academic tab. If you have any questions regarding your Transfer Equivalency Report please contact the Registrar's Office at 970.248.1555 or email@example.com.
It is the policy of Colorado Mesa University to accept academic credits from:
For more information on these accreditation bodies visit http://www.chea.org/Directories/regional.asp
Colorado Mesa University does not accept academic credits from nationally accredited institutions unless CMU has an Articulation Agreement with the institution.
A grade of "C-" or higher must be earned in each transferable course. Courses with a "Pass",
"Satisfactory" or other non-letter grade will only be considered if the transcript key confirms that it is equivalent to a "C-" or higher on the grade scale. If a grade of “Pass” or “Satisfactory” is received and is equivalent to a “C-” or higher, but there are no credit hours attached, Colorado Mesa University will not accept the course. Transfer GPA is not calculated into CMU GPA.
If you have a dispute regarding a course that has transferred in, please contact the Transfer Manager in the Registrar’s Office at 970-248-1555.
Colorado Mesa University operates on a semester calendar system. All transfer credits from institutions that use other calendar systems will be converted to semester hours. The most common conversion is quarter hours to semester hours (one quarter hour = .667 semester hours). There are other conversions, such as; unit hours, unit credits and semester units. The conversion is based on the transfer institution’s calendar system.