Admission & Financial Aid

Planning to Transfer

Transfer students are welcome to enroll for spring and fall semesters at Concordia University Chicago. To aid you in your processes of transferring, we've created a few helpful recommendations:

  1. Schedule an appointment: with your CUC counselor either at Concordia or at your current college (for local students only).
  2. Check CUC's equivalency guides for information on how your specific coursework will transfer.
  3. Attend Walk-in Wednesdays: bring all official transcripts with you to Walk-in Wednesdays for an on-the-spot admission decision
  4. Utilize the Net Price Calculator to find out what financial assistance you may receive and to estimate your cost of attendance.
  5. Apply online.
  6. Submit all official transcripts from colleges and universities you have previously and currently attend: to the CUC Office of Undergraduate Admission (7400 Augusta Street, River Forest, IL 60305).
  7. As soon as you can after January 1, file the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) for the academic year you are seeking to enter Concordia University Chicago.

Steps for the application process of transfer students

If you have …

… 15 or more college-level credit hours completed:

  1. Apply online!
  2. Send your official transcripts from ALL institutions you have attended to CUC Office of Undergraduate Admission (7400 Augusta Street, River Forest, IL 60305).
  3. Once your completed application has been received and reviewed, an admission counselor will personally contact you by phone with your admission status.
  4. If accepted, congratulations!
  5. If you are eligible for admission, you will receive an acceptance letter and merit scholarship award letter in the mail.
  6. A packet of general information including housing, student life, financial aid, etc will be mailed following the acceptance letter.

… fewer than 15 college-level credit hours completed:

  1. Apply online!
  2. Request your official high school transcripts and official ACT or SAT scores be sent to CUC Office of Undergraduate Admission (7400 August Street, River Forest, IL 60305).
  3. Send your official transcripts from ALL institutions you have attended to the CUC Office of Undergraduate Admission (7400 Augusta Street, River Forest, IL 60305).
  4. Once your completed application has been received and reviewed, an admission counselor will personally contact you by phone with your admission status.
  5. If accepted, congratulations!
  6. If you are eligible for admission, you will receive an acceptance letter and merit scholarship award letter in the mail.
  7. A packet of general information including housing, student life, financial aid, etc will be mailed following the acceptance letter.

Required Courses

The required courses in each degree program can befound in the catalog:

Net Price Calculator

Net Price Calculator