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Campus tours can be scheduled Monday through Friday at 10 a.m. or 1 p.m.  Learn more about our academic programs, scholarships, financial aid, residence halls, and student life.  Interested in visiting a class session, or meeting a faculty member or coach?  Just let us know and we'll schedule an appointment.

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Follow this Ten Paw Process for easy enrollment

1 Complete the Concord University application for admission.
2 Are you a high school student? Ask your high school guidance counselor to send your transcript to Concord University.
3 Are you taking the national ACT or SAT test? Then include Concord University's ACT or SAT code on the registration form. If you have taken the ACT or SAT test please send your scores to the admissions office.

Concord ACT Code: 4516
Concord SAT Code: 5120
4 Are you a transfer student with more than 24 hours credit?
Ask all colleges or universities that you attended to send us a transcript of your grades.

Are you a transfer student with less than 24 hours credit?
Ask all colleges or universities that you attended to send us a transcript of your grades. In addition, ask your high school guidance counselor to send us a transcript of your grades and SAT or ACT scores.
5 File your Concord University scholarship application.
6 Are you an out-of-state student?  You may qualify for a special reduction in tuition and fees.
7 Make an appointment with the admissions office for a campus visit. Let us know if you want to talk to a faculty member or coach from our athletics department.
8 File your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Concord FAFSA Code: 003810.
9 File your housing application (if applicable).
10 You'll need to schedule your fall classes (do this the summer before the fall semester begins). Starting in the spring? Then, schedule your classes the fall before the spring semester. We will mail you information on how to make appointments for course selection.

Military Selective Service Act Notice

State law provides that a male person who has attained the age of eighteen years may not enroll in a state supported institution of postsecondary education unless he is in compliance with the Military Selective Service Act. A male may not receive a grant, loan, scholarship or other financial assistance for postsecondary education funded by this state, or receive a student loan guaranteed by this state unless he is in compliance with the Military Selective Service Act. Registration information for the Selective Service Act should be available at all United States Post Office facilities and at some high schools.

— Last updated by Concord University on 8/27/2020 10:48AM PST

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Concord University
1000 Vermillion Street
Athens, WV 24712-1000

(888) 384-5249
(304) 384-3218
www.concord.edu
admissions@concord.edu

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