Exploring Concordia's campus during the academic year will help you get a true taste of Cobber life. You can tour campus, sit in on a class, watch a Cobber sporting event, attend a Concordia music concert and more.

In order to make your visit worthwhile, we encourage you to take the time to explore your interests on campus. The best way to learn about the Cobber community is to ask many questions. From September to May, our Monday through Friday campus visit experience may begin at 8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m., or 2 p.m.

During the summer months, tour times are at 9 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.


Take a Campus Tour

Approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes

Enjoy a student-led tour on campus. Every tour includes an in-depth look at the active and bustling Knutson Campus Center, the peaceful and informative Carl B. Ylvisaker Library, the innovative Offutt School of Business in Grant Center, student residence halls and much more. Our student ambassadors are well-versed in the history of Concordia's campus. See campus through the eyes of the students.

Visit with an Admission Representative

Approximately 30 minutes

Our friendly and resourceful admission representatives are here for you. They want to know what exactly you're searching for in a college and how we can best fit your needs. This one-on-one time is the perfect opportunity to ask questions about scholarships, financial aid, studying abroad, and the admission process. On larger visit days, we offer Admission and Financial Aid Q&As led by admission representatives.

Meet with a Faculty Member in Your Intended Major of Study

Approximately 30 minutes

Get the chance to learn about the program you're interested with a faculty member in that program. Discuss methods in which they support their students, and how small class sizes and academic advisors impact learning at Concordia. The faculty and staff on campus are always eager to meet prospective Cobbers and hope they can help in many ways.

Meet with a Coach, Music Instructor, Director, and many others*

Approximately 30 minutes

One of the benefits of a liberal arts experience is the ability to interact with many areas on campus. If you have a certain interest, we can connect you with members in that area to ask further questions. The faculty and staff on campus are always eager to meet prospective Cobbers and hope they can help in many ways.

*Please request at least one week prior to visit date by noting who you would like to meet with and the date you would like to meet with them in your visit registration.

Stay Overnight with a Student Host*

One of the best ways to experience life as a college student is to stay overnight in one of our many residence halls. Overnight visits are only available when school is in session and are offered Sunday night through Thursday night.

*Please request at least two weeks prior to visit date by noting your request and the date you would like to stay overnight in the "additional requests" section of the campus visit form. Overnights are only available during the academic year. We will confirm this request with you following your visit registration.

Enjoy a meal – on us!

Our award-winning Anderson Commons dining center will have you going for seconds and thirds. Enjoy a meal on us or grab a quick bite to eat in our café, The Maize. You can request a meal pass upon arrival to campus. If you are arriving in the afternoon, your schedule will not specifically include lunch, but you are welcome to grab dinner before you depart or arrive early to attend lunch.

Campus Visit FAQs

A typical visit will include a campus tour, a visit with an admission representative, and a visit with a faculty member in the department of your choice. Additional appointments such as visits with athletic coaches or music ensemble conductors can be requested as well in the visit registration.

Depending on your visit requests, you should plan to be on campus anywhere between 2 and 4 hours.

If you need to leave campus by a specific time, please make note of that in your visit registration so we can schedule your day accordingly.

Your Concordia Visit Experience will begin at the Welcome Center (#32 on the map) on the corner of 12th Avenue and 8th Street in Moorhead, Minn. You can park in the WC lot in the designated Visitor Parking.

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At Concordia, we value personalized experiences and connections for each visiting student. Your admission representative is there to help you every step of the way during your college search. They are there to answer your questions and offer guidance during the decision process.

Some questions may be:

What scholarships are available to me?

Can you tell me about the study away options?

How do I go about selecting a major?

What should I be doing to prepare me for college?

I’ve taken college level and/or AP courses in high school; how will these transfer to Concordia?


Find out who your admission representative is. 

In order for you to have to best visit possible, please register for a visit as far in advance as possible.

If you walk in, the admission representative, faculty, or staff member you’re interested in meeting may not be available.

Absolutely! Our faculty love connecting with prospective students. When you register for a visit during the academic year, you’ll select a department and we’ll do everything we can so you can meet with a faculty member from that department.

However, due to faculty being away from campus to conduct research or lead study away programs, one-on-one faculty visits are not available between May and August.

Via Interstates

At the intersection of Interstate 94 and Interstate 29, Concordia College is an easy 3.5 drive from Bismarck, Minneapolis, or Winnipeg and is only 4 hours from Sioux Falls. Concordia College is just off I-94 at Moorhead's Exit 1. Travel about 16 blocks north on Highway 75, also labeled Eighth Street. You'll see the skyway at the edge of campus at 12th Avenue. The Welcome Center is at the same intersection.


Via Highway 10E

Travelers from the east on Minnesota Highway 10 will approach Concordia's campus from the opposite end. Continue driving west on Highway 10 as it turns into Center Avenue. Turn south onto Eighth Street. You'll see the Welcome Center on your left at the corner of 12th Avenue and Eighth Street.


By Air, Bus or Train

If you're traveling from the bus station, train depot, or airport to Concordia, you might first consider calling an Uber or Lyft. Other options are renting a car or, if you're in downtown Fargo, taking the local bus system – the Metro Area Transit.

If you're flying into Fargo, you'll land at Hector International Airport, which is served by United, Delta, Frontier, Allegiant and American. The airport is located in north Fargo about 11 miles from campus.

Fargo's Amtrak train station and Greyhound bus station are located downtown, each about 2 miles from campus.

You can send an email to visits@cord.edu or call the Admission Office at 218.299.3004. We'll respond to you within 48 business hours.

Lodging in Fargo-Moorhead

Prospective students are welcome to stay overnight in a residence hall with a student host. On-campus overnight options are available for prospective students Sunday through Thursday evenings.

Parents and guardians can receive special rates at some nearby hotels.

Lodging Options


Visit Experience Team

Welcome Center 1118 8th St. S., Moorhead MN