Concordia University accepts credits from colleges and universities that are regionally accredited, and the Registrar’s office is responsible for reviewing transcripts and for applying the accepted transfer credits to your student record. The initial evaluation of your transcripts will review your previous work to see which courses might cover Concordia’s general education requirements. Once we have designated which courses cover each requirement, we will then add the course information to your unofficial transcript. All accepted credits that do not cover a specific general education requirement will count toward your elective credits. Concordia only allows for 90 credits to transfer and count toward your degree.

Transferring Credit FAQs