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Admission Overview

Concordia College welcomes applications from transfer students and reviews admission applications on the basis of previous academic record, recommendations, and an essay. Transfer applications are reviewed on a rolling basis until the first week of classes if space is available.

A flexible core curriculum allows us to accept 90 credits from a regionally accredited institution. However credits that do not satisfy programmatic requirements may not be accepted.

You must earn a grade of “C” or better for credits to be transferable from an accredited institution (for most programs, see specific program details linked below) . At least 30 credits must be completed at our College to earn a degree from Concordia. Transfer students with international academic credentials must have their documents translated and attested by their school or by an approved translation agency, such as WES, to be accepted by Concordia College.

Click here to see Program Specific Transfer Requirements

Can I afford it?

Yes! More than 90% of Concordia students receive financial aid. With the high level of financial support, the average debt of a Concordia grad is often less than the average debt of many state school grads. Concordia College offers a variety of special scholarship opportunities to transfer students. Matriculated Concordia students are eligible to apply for federal and state loans, as well as grants, scholarships and work-study.


You may be eligible for:

• Transfer Academic scholarships • Lutheran scholarships
• Merit scholarships • Athletic scholarships
• Transfer Leadership scholarships • Choral scholarships
• Phi Theta Kappa scholarships • Abschluss Scholarship
(for students with an associate degree)
• Alpha Beta Gamma scholarships  

LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR TRANSFER SCHOLARSHIPS

How Do I Apply?

Note for Spring 2017 or Fall 2017 applicants: The Common Application online is now available.

 

It’s easy to apply online at www.commonapp.org. We offer a rolling deadline for transfer students and ask you to provide the following:

  •   • A completed application
  •   • Official Transcript(s) from all colleges attended
  •   • A written personal statement
  •   • A letter of recommendation
  •   • High School Transcript(s)—not required for students with an associate degree
  •   • ACT or SAT Scores  (if fewer than 28 transferable credits. Concordia test score codes: CEEB code for SAT 2096 and ACT College Code 2722)
  •   • Application Fee: $50

Start by filling out the FAFSA online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Be sure to include Concordia’s Title IV School Code: 002709.

Career Development Center

The Career Development Center is where you’ll make vital career connections through individual career counseling, find an internship and polish your interviewing skills and resume.

A Sampling of Internships

American Red Cross New York Botanical Garden
CNN Financial News New York Mets
Ernst & Young Office of the Governor of New Jersey
IVY Rehab St. Mark’s Lutheran School
Lincoln Center The Chapel School
Merrill Lynch Westchester Medical Center
MTV News Westchester County – Dept. of Community Mental Health
NBC Universal Young Adult Institute

Contact Admission

Contact our counselor below to schedule an appointment or answer questions:.

Jenifer Jules, Director of International and Transfer Admission
914-337-9300, x2152