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En Route Transfer Student Orientation


Continue your Higher Education at Concordia University Texas

Welcome, future Concordia University Texas transfer students! We are thrilled to begin this exciting journey with you and want to ensure you start your Concordia Texas experience on the right note. As a new transfer student, your first step is registering for our En Route Transfer Student Orientation – a mandatory and invaluable introduction to life at Concordia Texas. This immersive experience is designed to acclimatize you and your guests to the vibrant community awaiting you on campus. Join us for a day filled with engaging information sessions, interactive mock classes, and enjoyable activities that promise to set the stage for your success at Concordia Texas.

En Route Transfer Student Orientation



Save your spot at En Route by registering today. Remember, you should only register if you’ve already paid your deposit. If you have questions, talk to your dedicated admissions counselor or a member of our admissions team.

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We can’t wait to officially welcome you to the Concordia Texas family! Registration for En Route is now open!


Your Orientation Journey

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Step 1: Register for En Route

You've taken the first steps by paying your deposit, but don't pause there—secure your spot at our En Route Transfer Student Orientation today. The sooner you register, the smoother your transition will be.

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Step 2: Register for Classes

Before the excitement of En Route kicks in, make sure you're all set academically by registering for your classes. Keep an eye on your email for further instructions on the registration process.

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Step 3: Attend Your Scheduled Orientation Date

Mark your calendar for your scheduled orientation date, a day designed exclusively for transfer students like you. Be sure to check the list of activities and necessary items to bring.

  • What should I bring to orientation?

    We recommend bringing a reusable water bottle, comfortable clothes, college transcripts, and any outstanding paperwork.

  • Can my family or guests attend orientation with me?

    Of course! Family and guests are welcome to attend En Route orientation with you.

  • What meals are covered for students?

    Lunch will be provided during Orientation.

  • Where should we park?

    Upon arriving on campus, you will check in at the front gate and they will provide you with a visitors parking pass. Please Park in Parking Lot B. Your day will start in Building A.

  • What if I need special accommodation?

    Please contact your Admissions Counselor so that we can prepare for your visit. In addition, the registration form has a section where you can list any needs.

  • Will there be a translator at En Route?

    Yes! All main sessions will offer a digital Spanish translation.