Welcome to CU Denver!
If you are a newly admitted first-year (freshman) student for spring 2020, you are in the right place. All incoming CLAS first-year students for spring 2020 are required to complete an online New Student Orientation (NSO) as well as an Advising 1001 session (in-person and online available) with CLAS Advising.
For incoming CLAS transfer students, the first academic advising requirement is to attend a Transfer Advising Group Session (TAGS). At TAGS, students will receive a transfer credit evaluation, will be provided with information on degree requirements, will have their initial college advising holds removed and will be able to speak with a CLAS Advisor about course registration and other advising related questions. Completion of this process will also result in being assigned to a CLAS Advisor.
Interested in exploring a program before applying for formal admission? Do you need pre-requisites for a health career program at CU Denver Anschutz?
If so, non-degree admission may be a good option for you.