Concordia University Chicago

About: You want your college experience to prepare you for a career and life. We understand that. That’s why at Concordia University Chicago we focus on inspiring learning, faith and leadership that develop your potential and open doors to opportunity. Distinctive academic programs are designed to meet our students’ diverse interests and the changing needs of the world, in which we live, serve and work. At Concordia University Chicago, you will access Chicago’s countless resources while becoming part of close-knit community where you will be inspired, challenged and appreciated for your contributions. As a liberal arts-based university, we offer you more than 60 areas of study in small classes taught by professors who are passionate about teaching and your success.

Admission Info: You should also submit an official sixth semester high school transcript showing a grade point average of at least 2.00 (4.00 scale) for 15 hours of credit in a college preparatory curriculum at an accredited high school; college test score results from the ACT or SAT (a minimum 20 ACT composite score or SAT I combined scores of at least 930); and a completed FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Assistance). High school seniors are encouraged to apply during the first semester of their senior year, but may apply during the second semester.  Concordia reviews applications on a rolling basis.  An offer of admission before completion of the final high school term carries the understanding that the student will successfully complete that term of study.  All students applying for admission to Concordia University Chicago will be required to sign an academic honor code pledge.

Scholarship/Financial Aid: We work closely with students and their families to ensure a private university education at Concordia University Chicago is affordable. 100% of full-time undergraduate students receive some type of financial assistance based on need, merit, background and/or academic program. Take the time to complete your FAFSA—it can pay off in the forms of grants, scholarships, loans and on-campus employment opportunities. Find out about our Presidents Honor Scholarships, music and transfer honors scholarships, and get your financial aid questions answered at www.CUChicago.edu/financial_planning.

Green Programs:  No

HBCU:  No

7400 Augusta Street, River Forest, Illinois 60305

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