Concordia is an excellent choice to further your education and offers a unique educational experience among Christian liberal arts universities.
- Quality of Programs - Through experiential learning, we provide you critical thinking and communication skills as well as subject knowledge to be successful in whatever career path you choose.
- Learning Environment - With an average class size of 18 and a campus designed to inspire your creativity and intellect, you can't help but be engaged in your education.
- Faculty Investment - Our professors know more than your name; they know your strengths, goals, and interests. They will not only teach you, but they will prepare and mentor you for success in life.
- Formation - Many schools offer a great education. Concordia offers you personal formation as well as an education. We want to help you become the person God is calling you to be!
- Involvement - Concordia is a place that you can make a difference, where you can be engaged both in the community and here on campus while pursuing your passions.
- Connections - Relationships are key for success and happiness in life. At Concordia, you will be able to build lifelong friendships, inspiring mentorships, and professional networks.
- Affordability - We strive to make private education affordable. Over 80% of freshmen receive financial aid and do not pay the full cost of attendance. In fact, the average aid package for freshmen is $17,540 per year.
- Return on Investment - College graduates earn an average of $30,000 per year more than non-graduates so a college education is definitely a worthwhile investment. Concordia makes it an even better one, since out of 452 colleges in Texas, Concordia ranks 38th on greatest lifetime return on investment!
Students coming to Concordia directly from high school with no full-time college experience must have:
- GPA of 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) and
- a combined math and verbal SAT score of 1020
- or ACT composite score of 22
Students who fall below the above requirements will be evaluated by the Office of Admissions and may still be eligible for provisional admission to Concordia. Please contact your Admissions Counselor if you have questions about provisional admission.
Step 2: Submit Test Scores
- SAT scores
- ACT scores
Step 3: Send Transcripts
- high school transcript
- college transcripts
Note: All transcripts should be official copies. A transcript is considered official if it is received through an approved electronic service or in a sealed envelope from the institution of records.
- Have your official SAT or ACT scores sent to the admissions office directly from the College Board. Our school code for SAT is 6127. Our school code for ACT is 4124.
- Concordia also accept scores that are submitted on official high school transcripts.
Options for Sending Transcripts
- Deliver in person to the Office of Admissions
- Submit electronically through one of the below approved services:
- Have your school mail your transcript to:
Concordia University Texas
Office of Admissions
11400 Concordia University Drive
Austin, Texas 78726
Concordia recommends that students apply for admission during the fall of their senior year. This ensures you will be accepted prior to starting the financial aid process. While you can apply for both admission and financial aid at the same time, we cannot award your financial aid until you have been accepted to Concordia. The sooner you apply for admission, the more prepared you will be to receive financial aid, housing, and course registration.
August 1, 2017: Admission Deadline. Application and all required documents must be received by the Office of Admissions. Applications completed after this date will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
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