Application Process

Concordia's application process for undergraduate students is easy! Just three simple steps:

  1. First you need to Apply Online.
  2. Please have an official copy of your high school transcript sent to Concordia.* Click here to learn how to submit your transcripts.
  3. Additional requirements based on student type:
    1. Freshmen: Have your official SAT or ACT scores sent to our office. We also accept scores on official High School Transcripts.
    2. Transfers: Send official copies of your college transcripts to Concordia. We must have a transcript for every college you have attended. A "C" or better in non-remedial classes are considered earned hours.

There are also three ways to get your transcripts to Concordia:

 

Student Delivered 

A student delivered transcript will only be accepted as an official transcript if it is received in the original sealed envelope and stamped by the institution of records as "Issued to the Student in a Sealed Envelope."

 

Electronically

Concordia also accepts transcripts electronically:

National Transcript Center

 

ScripSafe

 

Mailed

Concordia University Texas

Office of Admissions

11400 Concordia University Drive

Austin, TX 78726

 

 

Click here to learn about our admission requirements for New Freshmen, as well as Transfer Students.

 

If you are interested in Concordia's Nursing Program, visit the Nursing Program webpage for additional application information.

 


International Students

All students who are residents of a foreign country must apply as an international student. Learn about admissions requirements and application information for International Students.

 

 

Deadlines

It is recommended that students applying for the fall semester complete the admission process during the fall of your senior year. This ensures you will be accepted prior to starting the financial aid process. While you can apply for both admission and financial aid at the same time, we cannot award you any financial aid until you have been accepted to Concordia. The sooner you apply for admission, the better off you will be when it comes to financial aid, as well as housing, and course registration.

 

April 1: Priority application deadline. However, we do accept applications after this date.

 

August 1: Admissions deadline. Application and all required documents must be received by the Office of Admissions. Applications completed after this date will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.

 

 

Nursing Program Deadlines

You must first be accepted into the university prior to applying for the Nursing Program.

Fall Semester - May 1

Spring Semester - October 1

 

 

 

 

Applicants to Concordia are admitted entirely on the basis of their academic and character qualifications and without reference to national origin, creed, age, religion, sex, or disability. The Federal Student Right to Know Act requires Concordia to make available upon request the institution's completion or graduation rate of its full-time, degree seeking students as well as information regarding institutional security and crime statistics. Students who are interested in receiving this information may call the Registrar's Office at 512-313-4640 during business hours.

 

Steven Dayton
Steven Dayton
Senior, Biology/Pre-Med

The experiences I've had have pushed me to integrate my Christian beliefs into all aspects of my life. This integration has strengthened my faith and developed me into a Christian leader.

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Steven Dayton

Steven Dayton


Senior, Biology/Pre-Med

My hometown is Houston, Texas.
As if my academics don’t keep me busy enough, I thought I would fill my spare time with some extracurricular activities at CTX, including Resident Assistant, Academic Coach for Science and Math, and aspiring parish organist.
The highlight of my time at CTX was definitely presenting the results of our Senior Biological Research Project at a Texas Academy of Science Meeting!
I think CTX is unique because the interpersonal relationships that students form with professors. The faculty and staff genuinely care about you as a person.
The professor that impacted me the most was Dr. Stevenson (chemistry) because he has encouraged me to take ownership of my education and perform at my best.
My advice to incoming students is to be prepared to "hit the ground running" on your first day here.
The experiences that I have had in my classes have pushed me to integrate my Christian beliefs into all aspects of my life. This integration has strengthened my faith throughout my experience at Concordia and developed me into a Christian Leader.

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