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International Admission

Welcome to Concordia.



Concordia College welcomes students from around the world to live and study in a true mosaic of culture and viewpoints. Time after time, our students say that one of the things they value most about being at Concordia is the opportunity to live in a diverse environment—and how this increases their respect for both the differences and similarities of people and cultures.


Our beautiful


Concordia is located in Bronxville, a suburban village in Westchester county located just 30 minutes from New York City. With friendly neighbors and a peaceful, safe, and inclusive environment, living in Bronxville positions you for academic excellence.

Bronxville has the state-of- the art public library, hotels, park and much more. It’s an ideal place for shopping with a variety of antique stores, clothing shops, a supermarket, art galleries and plenty of dining options.

Best of


Bronxville NY and NYC

Our safe-haven campus and ideal location provide access to all the benefits of having New York City as our neighbor.

Bronxville is a 40 minute train ride from Grand Central Station in Manhattan and is a short drive from LaGuardia Airport and John F. Kennedy Airport - two of the main ports of entry to the United States.

Access to the train is easy. It's only a short cab ride or walk away!

Invest in 


Bronxville NY and NYC

Tuition & Scholarships

Concordia College various forms of merit based financial aid including, but not limited to, academic, athletic, and Lutheran grants and scholarships. For more information on financing your education, please contact our Financial Aid Office.

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If you are 22+ and interested in our Accelerated Degree Programs for Adults, please click here.

If you do not meet the academic or English requirements below, you may be considered for conditional admission. For more information contact

Required GPA: 3.0 (out of 4.0)
Required TOEFL:

Undergraduate: Average 537 (paper), 203 (computer-based) and 74 (internet-based) to enroll in full-time degree course.

  Paper Based
Computer Based
Internet Based
Reading 51 18 16
Listening 51 17 16
Speaking -- -- 16
Writing 54 21 16
Required SAT: Average score of 1000 (critical reading and math)
Required ACT: Average score of 22
Other English Exam:

IELTS score of 6.0

Sub-scores: Reading 6.0, Listening 6.0, Speaking 5.5, Writing 5.5. 

**All sub-scores must be at or above the minimum stated.

Application Deadline:

Fall Semester (August): March 1

Spring Semester (January): September 15

Our Test Code:

SAT code: 2096
ACT code: 2722
TOEFL code: 2096
IELTS code: 2096
*Official scores should be sent directly to Concordia College

  1. Application Form: Create an account and complete the Application for Admission through the Common App.

Pay the $100 nonrefundable application fee when you submit your Common App application, payable to Concordia College-New York. Applications will not be considered without this fee. 

  1. Transcripts*:
    • First-Year: Include transcripts from each high school (secondary school) attended. These transcript(s) must be sent from the school(s) to the Office of Admission in separate sealed envelopes and must be accompanied by official English translations.
    • Transfers: Please submit official transcripts from every college or University you have attended. These transcripts must be sent to the Office of Admission from the institution, in separate sealed envelopes and must be accompanied by official English translations. If you have completed less than a full academic year of university study (less than 28 transferable credits), please submit official transcripts from all high schools (secondary schools) attended.
    • Subject Descriptions: If you wish to have your subjects reviewed for transfer credit, you must submit descriptions of each subject studied at your former university. Descriptions should include the following information:
    1. Learning goals or objectives of the subject;
    2. The number of hours per week in lecture/laboratory,
    3. Textbooks required for each subject.
    4. The length of the academic term in weeks.

* The college reserves the right to request a transcript evaluation by one of the services below:
World Education Services      Educational Credential Evaluators     Globe Language Services   
International Education Research Foundation       Educational Perspectives

  1. Level of English Proficiency: At the start of each academic semester, each new student whose first language is not English will take the Michigan Test to determine English placement, in consultation with the English Department. We accept the TOEFL, The International English Advanced Placement Examination (APIEL), or The International English Testing System (IELTS). If you do not have the required TOEFL/IELTS scores, Concordia can provide assistance to help you get to the level needed.


I20 A-B

Who is eligible for the Form I-20 A-B?
To be eligible to receive the Form I-20, a student must:

  • be admitted to Concordia College for enrollment in a full course of study;
  • provide documents proving financial ability to support living and study expenses for one year of study.

How do I get my Form I-20?

  • You can find the needed forms here our website. Download and complete the Application for Form I-20 A-B and attach the required documents that prove that you have the financial ability to support your studies and living expenses for your program.






Traditional Application for Form I-20

Are you an international student who has attended high school, college, or ESL programs in the U.S.? Find your needed form below.

F-1 Student Transfer Request Form

All set with your documents?
We are here to help every step of the way. Please e-mail Gary Vega of our International Student Services Office for next steps.

E-mail Gary



Information can be found on this website about college search, registering for SAT testing, scholarships, and applying to colleges.


Information can be found on this website about college search, registering for ACT testing, scholarships, and applying to colleges.

The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) measures the ability of non-native speakers of English to use and understand English as it is spoken, written and heard.

Converts academic credentials from any country in the world into their U.S. equivalents by describing each certificate, diploma, and degree you have earned and stating its academic equivalent in the United States.