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Concordia College Student body comprises of 2,100 members, representing students from 32 states and 33 countries, with 16 students per class. Admission is slight competitive as admissions rate for the year 2018, was 62%.
The college offers 50 major programs that include 18 honors and 12 professional programs.
|Admission Portal||Online and Common App|
|Application Fee||Domestic Applicants: 60 USD;|
International Applicants: 100 USD
|Average SAT score||1060-1300|
|Average ACT score||22 -28|
|Mode of Payment||Online|
Academic Requirements for International Students:
Prospective students are encouraged to enroll early to prioritize the considerations for scholarships. Applicants need to submit academic transcripts. A core GPA is recalculated from the transcripts and any college-level or honors classes attended inclines selection positively. Best subscores to calculate a superior is used if the standardized tests are taken more than once.
Additionally, one needs to demonstrate proficiency in English by sending scores of standard English language tests like IELTS/TOEFL.
Supporting documents required for new admissions:
TOEFL code for the college is 6113. Concordia College offers various English proficiency test for International applicants mentioned below in the table:
|TOEFL-iBT||71 or higher|
|TOEFL-PBT||525 or higher|
|IELTS||5.5 or higher|
|Pearson PTE||50 or higher|
|TOEIC||780 or higher|
|ACT (on English section)||14 or higher|
|SAT (on evidence-based reading & writing ERW section)||450 or higher|
|Cambridge- First(FCE), Advanced (CAE), Proficiency(CPE)||162 or higher|
|Duolingo English Test (DET)||40 or higher|
Concordia College offers various major & minor undergraduate programs to all the applicants. The basic admission process for all the courses is the same.
Concordia College offers limited but supreme graduate programs. While the specific requirements may vary for each program, the general admission requirements remain the same.
All Graduate programs require a Bachelor’s degree or higher, with a recommended undergraduate GPA of 3.2 or better (minimum 3.0).
|Requirements||Accelerated Nursing||Combined Dietetic Internship (DI) and Master of Science (MS) in Nutrition program||Post Baccalaureate Premedical Program||Master of Education in World Language Instruction|
|GRE/GMAT||Not Required||GRE with min. of 145 score||Not Required||Not Required|
|Official Transcripts||Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher||Required||Required||Required|
|Letter of recommendation||Two letters||N/A||Two letters (at least one from a former professor)||Three letters of recommendation|
|Deadlines*||October 15, 2019 for 2020-21||Rolling basis (accepted application in October 2018 for classes starting in June 2019)||Rolling basis||September 6, 2019 for 2020-21 (International students are encouraged to apply by mid-February.)|
|Application Portal||NursingCAS||Dietetic Internship Centralized Application System (DICAS)||PostBacCAS||GradCAS|
|Application Fee||50 USD||45 USD 55 USD (computer matching fee)|
40 USD (Application fee payable to Concordia College )
|130 USD||35 USD|
*Deadlines mentioned in the table are on rolling basis & all transcripts must be evaluated course by course through WES or ECE
The timing of the financial aid award notification depends on the student's eligibility for certain scholarships. The majority of awards are sent in February.
The selection is more likely based on High School transcripts than on standardized tests. Concordia college approaches for selection of students who want to Become Responsibly Engaged in the World (BREW), so mentioning about your experiences and academic successes, co-curricular activities, and accomplishments, and community/church involvement may be beneficial.
Please note that an online deposit of 300 USD is to be made to confirm the intent of acceptance.