What you need to get started
1. Your completed application form
Complete an application and show us how you've been engaged in your school and community. In your application, make sure to highlight:
- Your academic successes
- Your co-curricular activities and accomplishments
- Your community and/or church involvement
2. Your official high school transcript
- Ask your school to send your transcripts to Concordia College. Fill out the Transcript Request Form below and give it to your high school's guidance counselor. After you're accepted to Concordia, you must have a high school diploma or a recognized equivalent to enroll.
Transcript Request Form
- Your core academic courses have the most impact on your admission decision. We will recalculate a core GPA and give extra consideration for any college-level and honors classes.
3. Your standardized test scores
Standardized test scores are taken into consideration after your high school transcript. You can now self-report your standardized test scores on your Concordia application instead of sending official copies. Students will need to submit their official scores by June 15, 2019.
- You can provide the ACT (Concordia code 2104) or SAT (Concordia code 6113) or both.
- If you take a test more than once, we will use the best subscores among your tests to calculate a composite "superscore."
- Your highest single or "superscore" will be used for automatic and competitive scholarship eligibility.
Note: Concordia concurs with the many colleges and universities throughout the U.S. that have decided not to negatively evaluate students who have a disciplinary instance on their high school/college record, which primarily reflects participation in civil engagement and the expression of free speech/protest.
The college reserves the right to pursue information about any documented personal conduct violation while in high school or another institution of higher education.