Overview

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.

New or unique undergraduate programs
Applied Physics
Business with Administration concentration
Business with Agribusiness concentration
Chinese Languages & Cultures
Church Music minor
Clinical Laboratory Science
Computer Science
Cross-Cultural Interaction minor
Data Analytics minor
Entrepreneurship minor
Environmental and Sustainability Studies
Finance
Greek and Roman Studies minor
Healthcare Leadership
Interfaith Studies minor
International Affairs minor
Multimedia Journalism
Museum and Heritage Studies
Neuroscience
Physics with Astrophysics concentration
Religion with Faith and Leadership concentration
Social Activism minor
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
Web Design and Development minor

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Student profile

1,943 Undergraduate students
11% Students of color or Native American students
58% Female students
5% Transfer students 
99% Students under 25

30 Graduate students

Credit transfer

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. Students with a completed AA or MnTC will qualify for the Cobber Completion Plan and a majority of their core requirements will be fulfilled. Courses must be taken from a regionally accredited college or university. Learn more about transferring credit to Concordia College.

Number of credits required for degree
126

Minimum grade required for a course to transfer
C-

Block transfer accepted *
Associate of Arts
Minnesota Transfer Curriculum

* Cobber Completion Plan: Students who have previously completed an Associate of Arts (A.A.) from a regionally accredited institution or who have completed the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC) prior to enrolling at Concordia will be waived of completing Core Curriculum requirements at Concordia (or have them fulfilled with an equivalent transfer course), with the exception of: World Language (one course at the second semester level or higher) and Religion 200 – Christianity and Religious Diversity. Please contact a transfer counselor at the institution to learn more.

Admissions

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Application deadlines
Rolling for both fall and spring terms

Application fee
None

Financial aid & cost

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Tuition and fees

Scholarships
Transfer Gold Scholarship (up to $25,000/year)
Transfer Excellence scholarships (up to $12,000/year)
Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship ($1,000/year)
Transfer Honors Scholarship ($1,000/year)
Diversity Scholarship ($1,000/year)
Music Scholarship (up to $6,000/year)
Speech Scholarship (up to $6,000/year)
Theatre Scholarship ($6,000/year)
Visual Arts Scholarship (up to $6,000/year)
Concordia Congregational Match scholarship (up to $1,000/year)

Learn more about transfer scholarships.

Financial aid deadline
No priority deadline

FAFSA code
002346

Learn more about financial aid at Concordia College.

Contact information

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