Concordia offers transfer student scholarships based on your college GPA. They are valued at $11,000-$20,000 per year. Simply apply for admission. No separate scholarship application is needed.
Campus Visit Award
Schedule to meet with our Transfer Admission Representative during your campus visit and receive an additional $1,000 in aid annually. Visits can be personalized to include meetings with faculty or other offices on campus, sit in on a class, watch a Cobber sporting event or a Concordia Choir concert, and much more.
Concordia is widely known for its excellent programs in Music, Theatre, Visual Arts and Speech & Debate. Scholarships are available to transfer students interested in participating in any of these areas. These scholarships range in value and require separate applications and, in some cases, performance submissions, by a specific deadline determined by each department. Students selected to receive these awards will be expected to participate in events and programs as determined by the respective departments.
In These scholarships benefit students who have diverse backgrounds or have participated in college access programs. Students who bring diversity, broadly defined, to Concordia College are eligible for awards ranging from $1,000 to $4,000 annually ($4,000 to $16,000 over four years).
Phi Theta Kappa
In recognition of your collegiate academic achievements eligibility for the Phi Theta Kappa honors program, this $1,000 annual scholarship is offered in addition to your Transfer Excellence Scholarship from Concordia College. Please indicate on your application that you are a member of PTK.
In recognition of your collegiate academic achievements and participation in approved two-year college honor programs, this $1,000 renewable scholarship is offered in addition to your Transfer Excellence Scholarship from Concordia College. Please indicate on your application that you are a member of the honor program.
Schedule to Concordia Congregational Scholarships are available to students from congregations who have been accepted for admission and who will be enrolled on at least a half-time basis. Receiving a congregational scholarship will not result in the loss of any gift assistance.