Not every RMCAD student begins art and design school straight out of high school. In fact, about one-third of our students come to us with some college experience. If you’re considering transferring, we want to make that transition a positive and smooth one.
Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design has partnered with certain institutions to facilitate a smooth transfer of earned credits. If your school does not have an Articulation Agreement, your credits will be evaluated on an individual basis. If you have questions about transfer credits, or if you represent a college that is interested in forming an agreement, please contact email@example.com.
Pikes Peak Community College has articulations with RMCAD for the following degrees:
Figuring out which classes will transfer can be tricky, which is why having a transcript evaluation is so important. Click here to submit your transcripts for evaluation by one of our Admissions Counselors.
There are no antiquity limitations on courses that are deemed equivalent to lower division (1000/2000 level) RMCAD art and design courses. Digital media and other computer- or technology-based courses are considered for transfer provided they were completed within the last two years.
Students who have received an Associate of Arts degree from a regionally-accredited college or university in the US will automatically receive credit for all liberal arts requirements except for AH1010 Art + Design History I, AH1020 Art + Design History II, and AH2010 History of Art + Design in the Non-Western World.
Your future at RMCAD starts here. Apply online, or contact us directly to take your first step in the admissions process today.