Applying for Admission
Concordia College is proud to be a member of the The Common Application. We invite you to apply via either application method. Applications may be submitted online or by standard mail. Application fee is non-refundable and is $50 for domestic students and $100 for international students.
Documents to Submit
In order to be considered for (First-Year) admission, students should submit the following documents:
- $50.00 application fee (non-refundable)
- An application for admission (Common Application)
- An official high school transcript
- SAT or ACT scores
- School report form (part of the application)
- A written personal statement
- Two letters of recommendation
International Student Application for Student Visa
International students must complete the application for a Student Visa (I–20 A–B) in addition to the standard application (Common Application). The Concordia Office of Admission must receive the Common Application for Admission before processing may begin for an I-20.
English as a Second Language Program
Program information and application.
Concordia Connection Program
Concordia’s unique program for high school graduates with diagnosed learning disabilities is tailored for those who have demonstrated the potential to earn a college degree. Additional documentation is required for application to this program.
Adult Education Program
The Adult Ed program focuses on adult students who can continue working while earning their degree in either Business Administration or Behavioral Studies. Small classes taught by working professionals create the best environment for academic and professional learning. To meet the needs of Adult Students, Concordia College offers the Accelerated Degree Program at night and on weekends.
Post-Baccalaureate Nursing Program
The post-baccalaureate nursing program is designed for students with a bachelor degree in a field other than biology. This accelerated program begins each fall and runs full time for 15 months. Prerequisite courses are required as well as a 3.2 CUM GPA in an undergraduate program.
- Financial Aid Information
- File your FAFSA form here.
- Transfer students click here