Transfer to Concordia
Thanks to new agreements with area community colleges, we’re now able to directly transfer most associate degrees. If you don’t quite have your associate degree, we’ll find ways to make the credits you have count. We value your hard work and academic history and want you to graduate with your bachelor’s degree as quickly and easily as possible.
What’s more, we’ve added new scholarships just for transfer students, making it even more affordable to get your bachelor’s degree from a private, liberal arts university. And just for coming to campus, you’ll receive a $250 Visit Scholarship when you enroll. How’s that for easy! Bring us your unofficial transcripts and let’s get started!
"It was the community and the family feeling that brought me here. Coming to Concordia was the best decision I’ve made so far.”
Thomas Pierce, transfer student
Whether you’re looking to change schools or complete your degree, Concordia University is ready to help. We now accept block transfers from community colleges in Oregon, Washington, and California. Our transfer coordinators will walk you through every step of the process, answering questions and evaluating your credits. Just fill out the form to learn more so we can get in touch and get your unofficial credit evaluation started.
Making college affordable.
At Concordia University, you’ll discover small class sizes, one-on-one attention from professors, and an entire community engaged in your success. With one of the lowest tuition costs for private schools in the Northwest and a variety of transfer scholarships, all the benefits of a private, liberal arts education are within reach.
- Average transfer award: $ 7,000
- Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship: $2,500
- FAFSA Filer Award: $1,000
- NEW! Transfer Merit Award: $9,000
- NEW! Transfer Honors Award: $12,000
Transfer scholarships do not apply to Adult Degree Completion Programs since those programs are offered at a discounted tuition rate.
Discover the Concordia difference.
What does community mean to you? At Concordia University, it means you belong. You’re part of a family. A team. A close-knit campus where professors know you by name and everyone wants you to succeed. Most of all, it means being part of something bigger — and greater — than yourself.
Did you know? Concordia is now a proud member of NCAA Division II – the only DII school in Portland and the only private DII school in the state.
When you apply to Concordia, we see you as a whole person, not just a GPA. Our transfer coordinators will help you with the process from start to finish. All transfer applicants must submit:
- Online application - it's free!
- Official transcripts - we'll help you order and pay for them!
- Two letters of recommendation
- A one-page essay