Now that you have been accepted for admission please take care of some important steps.
The items below are needed to complete your file. You may have completed some of these steps already. If you have any questions on what you need to complete, please contact your admissions counselor.
Now that you have been officially accepted, your next step is to make your deposit. Once you have deposited, you will receive information about your next steps.
If you have not already filled out the Federal Application for Financial Assistance (FAFSA), please do so now. The Learn More button will take you straight to the FAFSA website.
If you just graduated from High School, you will need to turn in your official high school transcript.
If you are transferring any college credit to Concordia, you will need to get a transcript from each institution.
All students entering Concordia for the first time who do not have transfer credits for college level English or Math will be placed in courses based on the English (reading & writing) and Math portions of the SAT or ACT.
All incoming freshman must attend Embark!, our freshman orientation. You can register for Embark! as soon as you have made your deposit. Click the Learn More button to register.
All transfer students must attend En Route orientation before they being classes in the Fall or Spring. You can register for En Route as soon as you have made your deposit. Click the Learn More button to register.
All new international students must attend international orientation. You can register for the international orientation as soon as you have made your deposit. Click the Learn More button to register.
This is required for all students. Please click the learn more button to print the form and fax it back to Residence Life at 512-313-1303.
The residence halls on campus are a great way to meet new friends, participate in campus activities, develop new interests and learn to live in a community rich in diversity.
Living off campus? Find the necessary forms to complete and learn how to get involved with student life.
As a student, you get access to some pretty great stuff – a fitness center and sand volleyball – just to name a couple.
Check out our list of study tips that will help you start your classes on the right foot.