Group Tour Registration Form

Due to limited resources and in order to ensure the best campus visit, we have combined all our group tours to specific days throughout the school year. The group tours will follow the same format it has in the past. The students will attend a 30 minute presentation by a Concordia Student Ambassador or an admissions counselor. This will be followed by a campus tour in small groups of 20 to 40 students. In order to ensure the best campus visit, please register at least two weeks in advance.

 

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. Also, no tours will stop at the bookstore. However, if you would like to, you may visit the bookstore 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.

 


School Information
Special interests? (i.e. Science magnet school, etc.)
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Contact Information
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Group Visit Dates

All group visits begin at 11am with a presentation. A tour of campus will follow the presentation. Events conclude no later than 1pm.










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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