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The enrollment process can't begin until you make your tuition deposit. Use the form you received in your admitted student packet, or pay online. Remember, the non-refundable $300 (domestic students)/$500 (international students) will be applied to your first tuition bill.


Have you completed the FAFSA?

If you haven’t already, complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) at Concordia uses information from the FAFSA to determine your financial aid package. The FAFSA is all online and includes detailed instructions, including how to share your FAFSA with Concordia College. Students who submit the FAFSA by April 1, 2020 will receive priority consideration for financial aid.

Contact our Financial Aid Office for assistance: 1.914.337.9300 x2146

Health Forms


When you make your tuition deposit you will be mailed a set of health and insurance forms. These forms MUST be completed and returned to the Concordia Student Health Center before you may attend classes. You may also access these forms here:


Questions about your Clipper journey? Just ask!

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Once you deposit, your First-Year Advisor will be reaching out to welcome you to Concordia! Our advisors are friendly, knowledgeable and hard-working professionals who are selected specifically for YOU.  Whether you’re the first in your family to attend college, an exploring student,  a student-athlete, or an international student, you’ll be matched with the most resourceful guide and mentor possible. A small school like Concordia gives you the personal attention and dedication to success that every student deserves.  From the first day you set foot on campus through graduation, we are committed to your success.





Once you've made your tuition deposit, a link to an online Housing Application will be emailed to you.  The application includes your living preferences and a short survey about your lifestyle to help match you with your roommate. Housing availability is limited and rooms are assigned on a first-come, first-serve basis, so don’t delay!


Our four residence halls are safe and secure, with Resident Assistants and Resident Directors on hand for answers to questions, provide support, and keep you up-to-date on student activities and important campus issues. 




Concordia College offers two places to dine: The Commons or The Brickyard (in Lower Schoenfeld). Our dining services are provided by Chartwells and feature a wide variety of options.

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Health and Wellness


If you feel ill, require a lab test, or need a physical exam, our on-campus Student Health Center, located in upper Schoenfeld, provides comprehensive primary care delivered by a Nurse Practitioner and Registered Nurse. Remember, your health forms must be submitted to the Student Health Center before you may attend class, as required by New York State. 

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The Coop store is a Concordia College institution and destination for students for over 100 years. The Coop offers unique Concordia-branded apparel and merchandise and is located in the Brick, Lower Schoenfeld Campus Center.