You’ve worked hard to plan for your future, now make the most of your time and college credits by transferring to Concordia University, St. Paul. Our comprehensive credit acceptance policy (you can transfer up to 90 credits of the 120 minimum credits required for graduation!) and generous financial aid make a Concordia education accessible and valuable. Plus, our dedicated transfer admissions counselors will ensure the process is stress-free and efficient.

My Concordia experience has benefited my future career as a PA by enabling me to develop deep connections with my professors and build a community of supporters of my education.

Joseph Thompson '18

Student profile

631 Transfer students in 2019

Transfer student race/ethnicity (excludes international)
14% African-American
<1% American Indian/Alaskan Native
9% Asian
9% Latinx
<1% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
59% White
6% Multiracial
2% Race/ethnicity unknown

Credit transfer

An A.A. and the Minnesota Transfer curriculum fulfill general education requirements; additional two religion classes required. CSP accepts individual MNTC goal areas to fulfill our corresponding general education requirements.

Specific requirements/acceptance
A.A. accepted
Minnesota Transfer curriculum accepted
Minimum GPA: 2.0 or higher 

Application deadlines

Fall: Aug. 1
Spring: Dec. 1


Transfer students are automatically awarded one of three academic scholarships (renewable for two more years) based on cumulative GPA at the time of admission. To be eligible, a student must attend undergraduate day classes full-time and have completed at least 20 semester credits prior to entering Concordia University.

Additionally, transfer students may be eligible for the renewable Transfer Advantage Scholarship ($1,000/year) if they complete the MNTC or an associate degree at a partner school, or the renewable Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship ($1,000/year) if they are a member of PTK at the time of admission.

For full scholarship details, please visit csp.edu/tuition-and-financial-

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