Transfer Students

The University of Denver (DU) is excited to welcome you to the community! 

Autumn 2024 Registration for new incoming Transfer Students is July 22-26, 2024.

Get Connected with an Academic Advisor

  • Step 1: Book an Individual Advising Meeting (Required)

    Registration for transfer students can be an exciting and stressful time. In order to ensure a smooth and transparent registration process, the Office of Academic Advising will be reaching out to students in mid-June inviting you to book an appointment. The link to book an appointment will be in your invitation email. 

    Starting the week of June 17th, 2024 transfer students can schedule individual meetings to review credits and discuss course options. After meeting with an Academic Advisor, students will be cleared to register for Autumn quarter. Registration for Autumn quarter is July 22-26, 2024.

    Review and complete the "Prepare for an individual Advising Meeting" actions in the next section. 

  • Step 2: Watch Registration Informational Videos (Required)

    Watch the short informative videos that will guide you through the mechanics of preparing for registration, completing DU’s billing agreement, how to register for classes and creating course plans.

Prepare for your individual Advising Meeting by Completing the Following:

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    Complete Discoveries Fall Experience - Academic Advising & Student Success Canvas Module (link coming soon!)

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    Review your Degree Audit in MyDU for a detailed evaluation of your progress toward degree completion.

    Resource: Degree Audit: Quick Start Guide

    Resource: Degree Audit: Guide for Students

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    Watch your College-Specific Advising Video

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    Take the Language Placement test

    • Students who are continuing to study a language they started learning prior to DU take a placement test to determine their starting course level. Transfer students should speak with an Academic Advisor if they have transfer language credit and next steps. 
    • Some degree programs are exempt from the language requirement which includes the Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) and all Engineering degree programs. Students with these declared degree types do not need to take the proficiency placement test.
    • Contact for questions regarding your placement test results. 
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    Use the Math Advising Tool to determine the appropriate math course for your program/degree type. 

    Transfer students should speak with an Academic Advisor if they have transfer math credit and next steps. 

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    Review a sample course plan for your major area of interest

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    Watch the instructional registration videos to learn how to navigate our registration system

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    Complete the billing agreement and submit proof of immunization to ensure you can register.

    Incomplete forms can result in holds on your account which will prevent registration.

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    Request AP/IB Scores

    • Request that your AP Scores (if applicable) be sent to DU through the AP Portal (school code is 4842) 
    • IB graduates (if applicable) request your transcripts be sent directly to University of Denver through the IB Portal.


Registration & Advising Contact Information

For questions about registration, contact or call 303-871-4095.

For questions about advising or course planning, contact

We look forward to helping you as you plan for Fall quarter!