Transfer Cost and Financial Aid

We understand that the financial aspect of your college education is a big part of your transfer decision, and our goal is to give you the information you need as early as possible.

We continually strive to make the value of your education far outweigh the necessary costs of the investment. Concordia was recently recognized in The Economist as a top college in central Texas for return on investment with an 8.6% annualized rate of return.

Scholarships

Concordia University Texas offers four levels of merit-based institutional scholarships for transfer students. These scholarships award academic merit, which means they are based on your college GPA. There is no separate scholarship application to complete. Your application to the university is your application for merit scholarships!

These merit scholarships are determined at the time of acceptance and are renewable each year up to 4 years dependent on your GPA at Concordia.

To find out if you've been awarded one of our scholarships, please contact your Admissions Counselor at 512.313.4CTX or at admissions@concordia.edu.

 Transfer Merit Scholarship

Amount

GPA Requirement

Prestige Scholarship

$16,000/year

3.75+

Distinguished Transfer Scholarship

$13,000/year

3.25-3.74

Achievement Scholarship

$10,000/year 2.50-3.24
Distinguished Award

$5,000/year

2.00-2.49

 

Financial Aid

With the help of financial aid, Concordia students are able to graduate with 11% less student loan debt than peers at public institutions and 30-40% less than peers at private institutions in the area. View our financial aid information and our Net Price Calculator to see how affordable private education can be at Concordia.

100% of our students receive financial aid. The Admissions Office is here to walk you through the entire financial aid process.

All students should apply for financial aid by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Concordia's FAFSA school code is 003557.

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Annual Costs

Below are the current (2018-19 academic year) full-time, traditional undergraduate costs for Concordia students.

 

Semester

Year

Tuition:

$15,515

$31,030

Fees:

 

 

General Services Fee*:

$390

$780

Tornado Textbooks Fee**:

$375

$750

Residence Hall Options:

   

Single Occupancy***:

$5,300

$10,600

Double Occupancy:

$3,430

$6,860

Triple Occupancy:

$2,500

$5,000

Meal Plans:

   

Plan A:
19 meals/week

$2,455

$4,910

Plan B:
14 meals/week

$2,330

$4,660

Plan C:
180 meals/semester

$2,455

$4,910

Plan D (Commuters Only):
5 meals/week

$780

$1,560

TOTAL w/ only Plan D:

$17,060

$34,120

TOTAL w/ Double and Plan A:

$22,165

$44,330

TOTAL w/ Triple and Plan A:

$21,235

$42,470

*This is a general services fee for all students, covering support services and student activities. Certain courses may have additional fees which will be charged upon registration, and NCAA athletes will have an additional $100 athletic insurance fee charged to their account.

**Tornado Textbooks is a $25 per credit hour textbook rental program in which students are automatically enrolled. The fee amount is dependent upon the number of credit hours you are enrolled in each semester. More information can be found here.

***Single occupancy rooms are reserved for students with medical necessity.

Net Price Calculator

Most students with the help of grants and scholarships, as well as federal and state aid, do not pay the full cost of attending Concordia. Please take a few moments to complete our simple Net Price Calculator and learn the financial aid options available to you.

Net Price Calculator

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