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Making it easy to fit right in at Concordia College.
If you’re transferring from another college or maybe resuming your studies after a break, we’ll fast track your admission to Concordia. Your admission counselor will quickly examine and apply your existing credits, determine your path to graduation, and ease your transition to enrolling at Concordia College.
Concordia College is also proud to offer many transfer specific scholarships.
Transfer to Concordia. It's the right choice.
Phi Theta Kappa’s Transfer Honor Roll recognizes excellence and success in community college transfer pathway development.
Concordia’s winning application for the gold-standard PTK endorsement was evaluated for scholarship and financial aid, admissions outreach, student support services, and student engagement opportunities – all areas in which Concordia College excels.
Each program at Concordia has specific requirements for transfer students. GPA, grades achieved in certain courses, proficiency tests, and other prerequisites must be met on a program-by-program basis. You'll also need the following:
Here's your chance to tell us about yourself in your own words. Put your best foot forward. You know: goals, experience, and interests. Help us get to know you.
Like most colleges, the Common App is the best way to get to apply. We operate on a rolling deadline, so you can apply any time of year. The application fee is $60. SAT/ACT scores are not required (Test Optional).
We need to see transcripts from all colleges and high schools attended (h.s. waived for applicants with an associate's degree), so we can apply credit where credit is due*.
It not only helps when someone believes in you, it’s necessary if you want to transfer into Concordia. It's not about who you know, but what they know about you.
*You must earn a grade of “C” or better for credits to be transferable from an accredited institution (for most programs, see specific program details) . At least 30 credits must be completed at our College to earn a degree from Concordia. Transfer students with international academic credentials must have their documents translated and attested by their school or by an approved translation agency, such as WES, to be accepted by Concordia College.
A flexible core curriculum allows us to accept 90 credits from a regionally accredited institution. However credits that do not satisfy programmatic requirements may not be accepted.
Concordia College has an Articulation Agreement with Westchester Community College that assures students will matriculate into Concordia College with junior standing and be able to enroll in any of Concordia’s programs in Business, Education, Nursing, Psychology and Social Work.