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Please submit the following information in order to be considered for undergraduate admissions.

Concordia’s admission deadline is August 1st.

  • Apply Online!
    *Your application fee is waived when you apply online.
  • Download and mail a printed application for admission.
  • $30 Application Fee if mailing a printed application: Pay online or submit check payable to Concordia University.
    *If you have applied online or visited Concordia’s campus, your application fee will be waived!
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    Please allow 2-3 business days for online payment processing.
  • Submit final and official transcripts from all previous institutions attended.

    If you have attended a MNSCU college or university we also ask that you provide an official accompanying DARS or MnTC goal area worksheet. Concordia accepts completed goal areas.

    If you have less than 20 college credits completed, you will need to submit your official high school transcript as well as any college level courses you have taken.

    *To be considered official, transcripts must be received in a sealed envelope from the institution

Concordia Transfer Advantage

Experience the Concordia Advantage

Concordia is proud to offer our Transfer Advantage program for Minnesota Community Colleges. This program is available to students who have successfully completed an associate’s degree program or the MnTC at a partner institution.

Concordia Transfer Advantage Features Include:

  • $2,000 partnership scholarships
  • Seamless MnTC transfer of credits
  • More courses and degrees available
  • Faculty advising and involvement
  • Priority admission for all academically eligible students
  • Finish your degree in 2 years or less

Transfer Opportunities Available at Concordia:

  • Full acceptance of the MN Transfer Curriculum or an A.A. Degree
  • A diverse student body
  • Small class sizes; generally between 15-25 students
  • A close-knit campus community in a thriving metropolitan area
  • Faculty that pride themselves on professor-student relationships
Partner Institutions
inverhills normandale NHCC

Don’t see your college or university listed? Contact our Office of Admissions to find out how you can!

Off Campus Cohorts

Concordia University is proud to announce partnerships with area community colleges to offer students who have completed their associate degree the opportunity to take the next step in their education. If you have an associate degree, you can benefit from a seamless transfer of credits so you can maximize the value of your current education and get a head start on your next degree. Transfer students are also eligible for a $2,000 partnership scholarship that they can apply toward a bachelor’s degree. Concordia offers classes in a cohort learning model to keep you on track toward graduation and keeps you connected to your peers. Classes will be offered on partner community college campuses or Concordia campus and online.

Partner schools currently offering programs on their campus:

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Concordia University – St. Paul
Office of Admissions
1282 Concordia Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55104

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