All the things that make Concordia a great place to start your degree also make it a great place to finish. Being a transfer student isn't always easy, but at Concordia we will be there from step one to help make your transition as smooth as possible. From our local community and campus life to scholarships and financing, we will answer all your questions and concerns. Concordia will be home before you know it. Our online application is free and makes applying for admission a piece of cake. After you've filled out the application, you'll need to submit your final academic transcript from high school along with transcripts from all colleges you've attended.
Transfer student profile
30 Transfer students in 2019
Transfer student race/ethnicity (excludes international)
0% American Indian/Alaskan Native
3% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
3% Race/ethnicity unknown
Send us official or unofficial transcripts, and we will help determine how your credits will transfer to Concordia. Upon request, we can also provide a degree audit to calculate how many semesters it will take to complete your degree. If you are interested in seeing how your credits may transfer before you complete your application, contact our transfer representative.
Credit will be used to fulfill core and major requirements whenever possible. Courses must be taken from a regionally accredited college or university and a standard letter grade of C- is required. Visit concordiacollege.edu/admission/transfer-students/planning-a-successful-transfer/transfer-evaluation/ for details.
Transfer Academic scholarships (up to $26,000/year)
Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship ($1,000/year)
Transfer Honors Scholarship ($1,000/year)
Music Scholarship (up to $6,000/year)
Speech and Debate Scholarship (up to $6,000/year)
Theatre Scholarship ($6,000/year)
Visual Arts Scholarship (up to $6,000/year)
Concordia Congregational matching scholarship (up to $1,000/year)
Office of Admission
901 8th Street South