Free Application for Federal Student Aid
We will build you a personalized financial aid package based on initial scholarships and the FAFSA. Go to fafsa.gov and use code 002346Learn More
Select your preferred residence hall.
The application opens in early January. In the meantime, check out the various residence halls.View First-Year Living Options
March 23-24 or April 6-7
This campus visit event for accepted students and their families is the best way to start your college career off on the right foot. Stay in a residence hall, attend a campus event and live like a Cobber for a day.Learn More
Registration opens in early May
Inquiry Seminars are unique first-year courses on topics ranging from climate change to women in sports. They are paired with a written or oral communication course.Current Inquiry Seminars
Online foreign language assessment
If you plan to study the same language at Concordia as in high school, this allows us to place you in the appropriate class level. Plan to complete it prior to Cobber Countdown.Take the Inventory
Check your Concordia email for the link to this important interest inventory. Results will be used by the Registrar to complete your class schedule for the fall.
Get the credit(s) you deserve.
Provide your admission rep with a transcript from the credit-granting institution for a preliminary evaluation of transferable credits.Contact Your Rep
Must be received by July 15
This one's important! Failure to provide a final high school transcript will result in a hold on financial aid disbursements.Contact Your Rep
Must be on file prior to starting class (or practice for athletes).
You received these by mail, but they are also available to download online.Downloadable Forms
Choose from three plan options.
Take an in-depth look at each to determine which plan is the perfect plan for you.Learn more
Must be completed prior to arriving on campus.
This video-based program will provide critical information about Consent, Bystander Intervention, Sexual Assault, Dating Violence, Stalking, and much more. "Not Anymore" will help you better understand how important these issues are and what you can do to help make our campus safer.Complete the Program
After you've registered for classes, stop by the Cobber Bookstore and purchase or rent your textbooks for the semester. Can't make it to campus? Order online and pick up your books when you get here.Cobber Bookstore
You're invited to a Summer Open House to get your student ID photo taken, pop by the bookstore, explore campus, and meet staff members from Residence Life, the Registrar's Office, Student Engagement, First-Year Transition, and more!Summer Open House
This is your first college assignment. Read "March: Book 3" this summer and come prepared to discuss with your faculty mentor during Orientation.Learn More
Sunday, Aug. 26
How do I do laundry in the residence halls? What if I want to loft my bed? Answer your questions about living on campus and get the details on the move-in process.Learn More
Fall Orientation kicks off on the afternoon of Sunday, Aug. 27. Among the first things you'll do is meet your Clubbies – who will also be your classmates. Various activities throughout the week prepare you for the Cobber life.Learn More