Congratulations on being ADMITTED to Concord University!
- Admitted Student Receptions
- Cost of Attendance
- Dates to Remember
- Interested in Financial Aid
- New Student Advising 2014-2015
Cost of Attendance
Dates to Remember (Spring 2014)
- Holiday - Martin Luther King Day - Monday, January 20
- Classes begin - Wednesday, January 22
- Spring Break - Monday - Friday, March 10 – 14
- Last class day - Friday, May 9
- Final Exams - Monday - Friday, May 12 – 16
- Commencement - Saturday, May 17
First-time Students and Transfers Registration Fall 2014
Congratulations on your admission to Concord University. The next step toward enrollment is for you to register for 2014 Fall courses. Concord’s dedicated faculty will advise one-on-one through pre-scheduled appointments.
Concord University is a pro-active institution. Students are encouraged to take advantage of course advising. The benefits allow for personalized scheduling and take into consideration your individual needs and requirements.
Appointments include a campus tour, conferring with Financial Aid staff, obtaining important housing and meal plan information, issuance of your personal CU email address, information regarding the required summer reading for all new incoming students, and much more.
Students who have been admitted to the university can call and schedule an appointment at
Dates to Remember (Fall 2014)
Move-In Day - Saturday, August 16
Orientation - Saturday, August 16 through Sunday, August 17
Classes Begin - Monday, August 18
Holiday - Labor Day - Monday, September 1
Mid-terms Due- Friday, October 10
Fall Break - Friday, October 16-17
Thanksgiving Recess - Monday, November 24 through Friday, November 28
Last Class Day - Friday, December 5
Fall Semester Exams - Monday, December 8 - Friday, December 12
Fall Commencement - Saturday, December 13
Interested in housing? More than 1,000 students live in six residence halls featuring community living areas and suites. All residential housing facilities are wired for cable television and Internet. Lounges and public areas are also hot spots for wireless connections. Housing facilities include Wooddell (200 male students), Wilson (210 female students), North and South Towers (330 male students in South Tower and 330 female students in North Tower), Sarvay (80 students co-ed) and Mill Street (22 co-ed students) Residence Halls. The Office of Housing and Residence Life offers special housing areas including substance free and Greek floors. Residence Halls include study lounges, television lounges, kitchens and laundry facilities. The Dining Services offers 3 different meals plans for residential students. Commuter students may purchase a meal plan through the University dining services.
Students who have applied for a residence hall room will be receiving room assignments through the mail. If you have not completed your room reservation application, do so as soon as possible to ensure yourself a place to stay on campus. For your room reservation to be processed, you must complete the room reservation form and send a $50 housing deposit to the Office of Housing and Residence Life, Campus Box D-129, PO Box 1000, Athens, WV 24712. The housing application is available at www.concord.edu/housing.
Interested in Financial Aid?
Now is the time to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Remember to include Concord's federal school code - 003810. Questions? Please contact the Office of Admissions and Financial Aid at 1‑888‑384‑5249 or 1‑800‑344‑6679, Ext. 6069.