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Concordia University Welcome Weekend

  • Welcome Week

August 21-24, 2014

We are so excited to welcome our newest members of the Concordia community to campus!

Welcome Weekend is full of programs and activities - both fun and informative. You'll experience everything from a community cookout, to an off-campus service event, to your first college class - all designed to help you transition smoothly to college life.

Welcome Weekend is a great way to have fun, meet new friends, and get connected to the Concordia Community!

Before You Arrive On Campus

Please visit the Accepted Student page for information about CSP Connect, accessing email, immunization information, technology information and more.

F.A.Q.'s

Please refer to our list of questions and answers to help ensure a smooth transition onto campus. If you have additional questions not answered here, please contact your admissions counselor.

Can I arrive EARLIER than my assigned move-in time?

No.

The move-in times are coordinated to ensure maximum efficiency and ease for all students and families arriving on campus.

Can I arrive LATER than my assigned move-in time?

Yes, but all new students must arrive on campus by 4 p.m. on Sunday, August 24.

When can I buy my books?

Books are available to be purchased now at the CSP Bookstore. *Be sure to check hours of operation

Books can also be purchased during Welcome Weekend, starting Thursday, August 21.

What are Concordia’s technology requirements?

Students enrolling at Concordia must have access to a laptop that meets Concordia University’s technology requirements. An acceptable device is one that is capable of running a supported operating system (View the hardware and software requirements). Most laptops sold within the last two years will meet these requirements.

Concordia is one of the first universities to partner with Microsoft to license Microsoft Office for all students. This software will be available at no cost to students and the license allows installation on up to five devices owned by the student.

 

Residence Hall F.A.Q.'s


First-Year Students

What items should I bring for my residence hall room?

*This list is intended for students living in Luther Hall or Wollaeger Hall

  • 3M Brand removable adhesive
  • Basic office/school supplies
  • Bathrobe
  • Blanket, pillow & towels
  • Clothes hangers
  • Desk lamp (not halogen)
  • Extra-long sheets and mattress pad
  • Knife/fork/spoon
  • Laundry basket or hamper
  • Microwave safe plates and bowls
  • Mug or cup
  • Pictures/mementoes
  • Recycling container
  • Shower caddy
  • Shower shoes/flip flops
  • UL approved power strip
  • Waste basket and garbage bags
  • Water bottle
  • White poster putty

The following items are nice to have, but not essential:

  • First aid supplies (band aids, aspirin, cold/allergy tabs, etc.)
  • Refrigerator smaller than 4 cu.ft.
  • Small fan
  • Stereo/radio
  • Television and long cable cord

What items are NOT ok to bring for my residence hall room?

*This list is intended for students living in Luther Hall or Wollaeger Hall

  • Candles or incense
  • Christmas/holiday lights
  • Extension cords
  • Halogen lamps
  • Hot plate; grill machine
  • Microwave
  • Multi-plug adapters
  • Refrigerator larger than 4 cu.ft.
  • Space heater
  • Toaster, toaster oven, etc.

What items will CSP provide for my residence hall room?

*This list is intended for students living in Luther Hall or Wollaeger Hall

  • Bed and mattress (extra long twin, 36” x 80”)
  • Cable television
  • Carpeting
  • Closet and dresser
  • Desk and desk chair
  • In-building laundry room
  • Microwave (in lounge)
  • Window blinds
  • Wireless internet

Where can I get a loft for my bed?

Lofts can be obtained by contacting Sharon Schewe, our Residence Life Manager, at schewe@csp.edu or 651-641-8228.

 

Transfer Students

What items should I bring for my apartment?

*This list is intended for students living in Holst Hall or Hyatt Village

  • Blanket, pillow & towels
  • Clothes hangers
  • Desk lamp (not halogen)
  • Extra-long twin sheets & mattress pad
  • Garbage/recycling cans
  • Kitchen items (Holst): Communication between roommates as to who will bring what is encouraged.
    Suggested items: Cooking utensils & silverware, Dish soap, Dishes & glasses, Oven mitts & pot holders, Paper towels & dish towels, Pots & pans, Storage containers, Toaster
  • Laundry basket or hamper, laundry detergent
  • Toilet paper
  • White poster putty
  • UL approved power strip

What items are NOT ok to bring for my apartment?

*This list is intended for students living in Holst Hall or Hyatt Village

  • Candles, incense
  • Extension cords
  • Halogen lamps
  • Microwave
  • Multi-plug adapters
  • Personal refrigerators (Holst)
  • Space heater

What items will CSP provide for my apartment?

*This list is intended for students living in Holst Hall or Hyatt Village

  • Bed and mattress (extra long twin, 36” x 80”)
  • Cable television
  • Carpeting
  • Closet and dresser
  • Desk and desk chair
  • In-building laundry room
  • Window blinds
  • Wireless internet


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