If you're considering Concordia, you should consider scheduling a visit to our beautiful campus. You'll have the opportunity to take a tour as well as meet professors, staff and students, allowing you to take in all the sights, sounds, and scenery that make Concordia such a unique college to pursue your academic goals.
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We give individual tours Monday through Friday at 10a and 2p. You must register for these tours at least three days in advance to ensure we are prepared for your arrival. Please complete our online Individual Tour Registration Form to register. Please Note: The Concordia University Texas main campus will be closed every Friday during the summer from May 17th to July 26th. There will be no tours available these days.
If you have any questions about the individual tours, please email us at email@example.com.
During your tour you will have the opportunity to view our academic and student life facilities including our classrooms, gym and residence hall amenities. However, our thriving student body has allowed us to reach capacity in our residence halls. While exciting for our current students, reaching capacity does mean we do not have a vacant room to show during tours. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Campus Previews give prospective students a taste of Concordia. You will have the opportunity to explore the campus, get answers to your burning questions, and meet the people of CTX. You must register for each event so we are prepared for your arrival.
Future Accountants, Advertisers, Managers, and Entrepreneurs conference allows students interested in business to gain real life experience and learn about what Concordia's College of Business has to offer. Please register for this event so we know to expect you!
Tornado Road Trip will be unlike anything you have ever experienced. Road Trip is an overnight visit that provides prospective students an opportunity to see what life is really like as a CTX Tornado. Fun and informative, prospective students will stay on campus with a current student, attend a class, and experience student life first hand! You must register for each event so we are prepared for your arrival. Tornado Road Trip is only for students who have already applied to Concordia.
Concordia Counselor Connection is an event for high school, junior college and community college counselors to network, share best practices, hear about college admission trends and leave re-energized about the profession. There will also be opportunities to hear about exciting programs and events happening at Concordia University Texas, tour our beautiful campus, and meet students and faculty.
Our virtual tours let you experience the residence halls, beautiful views of campus, and the many facilities available to you as a student here.
We have specific days for large junior high and high school group tours.* You must register for these tours at least two weeks in advance to ensure we are prepared for your arrival. Please complete our online Group Tour Registration Form to register. If you have any questions about the group tours, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 512-313-4604.
Spring 2013 Group Tour Dates: January 24, February 28, April 19
*Please Note: Unfortunately, due to maximum capacity of our cafeteria and the size of our student body, groups are not allowed to eat in the cafeteria. If you are planning on staying around campus for lunch, please have your students bring their own lunch. Our cafeteria does not have the seating capacity to handle large groups during lunch hours. We have plenty of spots around campus that we could set your students up to eat.
During your tour you will have the opportunity to view our academic and student life facilities including our classrooms, gym and residence hall amenities. However, our thriving student life has allowed us to reach capacity within our resident hall rooms. While exciting for our current students, reaching capacity does mean that we do not have a vacant room to show during tours.
Also, no tours will stop at the bookstore. However, if you would like to attend, you may stop after the tour on your own time. You will need to notify us so that we may let the bookstore know.
We require one chaperone per ten students in your group. Since classes will be in session during your visit, we ask that the chaperones assist our student tour guides in keeping the group quiet to avoid disruptions. We will split your group into smaller tour groups. Tour guides will stop tours and return to admissions if the group becomes a distraction to classes in session.