Bring Colorado to the forefront of Transfer Success by saving students’ credits and money.
Boost your school’s transfer-friendliness by...
having a national presence for recruiting students and an easy-to-use venue for sharing transfer articulation information
capturing transfer students (approximately 1 out of 3 students will transfer throughout their collegiate career)
enabling your advisors, students, and parents to make educated decisions when transferring credit
providing your students a way to easily enter coursework to see how their credits will transfer
Meet Your Hosts
Shelly Jackson is a Product Solutions Specialist with CollegeSource and joined the company upon retirement from Colorado State University Fort Collins. While at CSU, Shelly was responsible for the Degree and Transfer Evaluation Office.
Myndi Landry is a Regional Sales Executive with CollegeSource and is passionate about “transfer transparency” and empowering Higher Ed staff with the technology to help students succeed.
Who Should Attend
Advisors, Registrars, Admissions, Enrollment Management, and Transfer Specialists in Colorado who want to build transfer student recruitment and degree achievement!
Save your spot at this exclusive webinar.
Wednesday, October 5th
28+ million equivalencies are stored in Transferology.
22+ million courses have been added to Transferology by students wanting to see how their credits will transfer.
15 is the average # of courses added by each student in Transferology.
As of September 2022
Between 2019-20, the count for dual enrollment students was 53,245.
This total represents nearly 40% of all public high school graduates in Colorado.
Concurrent enrollment continues to see sustained increases in participation (more than 16%) statewide with 40,098 students participating in 2019-2020.
77% of concurrent enrollment students went to college and 82% continued their postsecondary education.
In 2019-2020, 2,877 high school students earned some type of postsecondary credential after participating in Concurrent Enrollment.
Colorado institutional data source: Colorado Department of Higher Education
Transfer in the News
While you’re waiting for the webinar, here are recent articles you can check out.