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Student Enrollment:

Campus Statistics

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Fall 2011 - 2,797 headcount (Additional Enrollment Information)


Geographic Distribution:


22 states, District of Columbia and 16 nations


Average Class Size:


19 - Most students are from smaller high schools in small towns or rural areas. Many come to Concord with a high school friend who is enrolling.


Degrees Offered:


B.S., B.A., B.S.W., M.Ed., R.B.A. and A.A. degrees


History and Affiliation:


A four year public liberal arts university and part of the West Virginia Higher Education System, founded in 1872, soon after the Civil War.


Financial Aid:


The University offers more than $21 million a year in scholarships, grants, and other forms of financial aid. More than 90 percent of our freshmen receive some level of support.


Study Abroad:


Opportunities are available through a variety of scholarships, affiliated programs and individual faculty initiatives. Past excursions include Germany, England, Spain, Scotland, Turkey, France, Wales and Belize.




We offer 18 Men’s and Women’s NCAA Division II athletic programs. Concord is a member of the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.


MEN-Football, Cross Country, Soccer, Basketball, Baseball, Indoor track, Tennis, Golf, Outdoor Track; WOMEN-Volleyball, Soccer, Tennis, Softball, Cross Country, Indoor Track, Outdoor track, Basketball, Cheerleading, Golf


New Student Profile:

  • ACT: 51% score between 20-29 (combined)
  • SAT: 50% score between 950-1300 (combined)
  • 55% are in the first generation of their families to go to a university
  • 59% female; 41% male
  • 35% live in on-campus residence halls; 65% commute
  • 6% minority students
  • 4% international students


1872, soon after West Virginia split away from Virginia during the Civil War.


123-acre park-like campus in southern West Virginia (just off I-77).


Nearly 200,000 holdings, automated catalog, access to Infotrac, the Internet, and other databases. Students may also access the library 24 hours per day from other locations through the Internet.

Statement of Non-Discrimination:

Concord University admits students of any race, color, sex, religion, and national or ethnic origin, and does not discriminate on the basis of disability in the recruitment and admission of students, the recruitment and employment of faculty and staff, and the operation of its programs and activities, as specified in federal and state laws and regulations.


Last updated on Jan 29, 2014. Originally created on Sep 3, 2008. Report incorrect information.