It's easier than ever!
With transfer coordinators helping you every step of the way, generous transfer scholarships, and simple credit evaluation, we’ll help you complete your degree and get you started on your career path. Plus, you’ll have all the benefits of a small, private liberal arts university. Small classes. Personal relationships with professors. Internship opportunities. And a campus community that wants you to succeed. Schedule an appointment to meet one of our transfer coordinators and tour campus – you’ll get a $250 Visit Scholarship when you enroll, just for dropping by!
Two easy ways to transfer:
If you have completed your transferable associate's degree, Concordia University recognizes several Block Transfer Degrees as fulfilling all General Education Requirements except REL 401 and HUM 351. The following is information about block transfer eligibility from specific states and colleges:
Block Transfer Information by State
- Oregon: The Associates of Arts Oregon Transfer Degree (AAOT) or the Associates of Science Oregon Transfer Business Degree (ASOTB)
- Washington: The Washington Transfer Associates of Arts (WTAA) also known as the Direct Transfer Agreement (AA-DTA and AS-DTA)
- California: The Associates of Arts Degree for Transfer or any associates degree if you also met the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) requirements or the CSU General Education Breadth requirements.
Block Transfer Information by Program
Learn more about Concordia's block transfer agreements with area colleges
If you haven’t completed an associate degree, you can still transfer to Concordia, and we will evaluate your transcripts on a course-by-course basis.
Curious which courses transfer? Our transfer coordinators will review your transcripts and give you an unofficial credit evaluation before you’ve even been admitted!
Note: Some majors at Concordia University require an "Admit to Major" process and prerequisite courses not covered by the block transfer policy. Check with your transfer coordinator for details.
5 Easy Steps to Get Started
Return your completed transcript release form to us.
Submit two letters of recommendation. Your references can use our downloadable recommendation form or mail a personal letter.