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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.

 

Commitment Deposit

Now that you have been officially accepted, your next step is to make your non-refundable deposit of $275.  This deposit indicates your commitment, reserves your seat in the classroom and serves as your housing application. Once you have deposited, you are able to register for your respective orientation - Embark for Freshman Students or En Route for Transfer Students.

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Application for Financial Assistance

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.

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Official High School & College Transcripts

Incoming freshman students must submit an official copy of their high school transcript prior to orientation (Embark). Transfer students must submit a copy of their high school transcript prior to beginning classes at Concordia.  All freshmen and transfers must submit official copies of all college/university transcripts where college credit was attempted.  

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Test Scores

The ACT or SAT is required of all entering freshmen as well as transfer students who have earned less than 18 college credit hours. For AP credit please submit official copies of your AP test scores.

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Placement Policy

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.

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Embark! Orientation

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.

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En Route Orientation

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.

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International Orientation

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.

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Meningitis Vaccination Documentation

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.

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Residence Life | Campus Living

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.

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Off-Campus Living

Living off campus? Find the necessary forms to complete and learn how to get involved with student life. 

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Available Facilities

As a student, you get access to some pretty great stuff – a fitness center and sand volleyball – just to name a couple. 

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Get Connected

Find out how to access your Concordia e-mail address, get access to Blackboard and more.

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Study Tips

Check out our list of study tips that will help you start your classes on the right foot.

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Julianne Fischer
Julianne Fischer
Senior, Behavioral Science

The small size makes CTX very unique! I’ve been able to get to know all my classmates and professors and that’s really helped me succeed in college.

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Julianne Fischer

Julianne Fischer


Senior, Behavioral Science

My hometown is Colorado Springs, CO.
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 Intramural Sports, Psychology Book Club, President’s Freshman cabinet (2005-06), and Student Center and Commuter Activities Coordinator (best job ever)!
The highlight of my time at CTX was definitely my first two years of living in the dorm. They were amazing! I was blessed with wonderful roommates, made lots of friends, and actually enjoyed every aspect of “dorm life!”
I think CTX is unique because the small size makes CTX very unique! I’ve been able to get to know all my classmates and professors and that’s really helped me succeed in college.
The professor that impacted me the most was Dr. Scarnier (psychology) because she has taught the most interesting psychology courses and really helped me plan for graduate school.

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