Admitted Student Page Checklist

Congratulations on your acceptance to Concord University! We are so excited that you are joining our community. Please complete these steps to finalize your preparations to study at Concord University. If you have any questions during this process please contact David McKee, at dmckee@concord.edu.

  • Send us your Financial Statement
    www.concord.edu/international/international-admissions/tuition-and-living-expenses
    If you have not already done so and you plan on entering the U.S. on an F-1 student visa then you must send us a financial statement. For more information choose this link. (Insert tuition and living expenses link)
  • Pay the SEVIS Fee
    By paying the SEVIS Fee you will be eligible to schedule a Visa Interview.
  • Schedule a Visa Interview
    Contact your local U.S. Embassy or Consulate to learn the procedure to schedule a visa interview. You can also check the U.S. State Department Website to learn more. (http://www.usembassy.gov/)
  • Visa Interview Scheduled Form
    Once you have scheduled your visa interview complete the visa interview scheduled form to notify us of your decision.
  • Visa Interview Outcome
    If you have received your visa or been denied a visa please fill out this form so we can update our records.
  • Apply for Housing and Submit a Deposit
    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/residence-life. If you would like to see a typical room, visit www.concord.edu/residence-life/your-room.
  • Fill out Health Forms
    Inside your admission packet you will find health forms. Please have a health professional help you complete these forms and send them with your health records so we can have accurate information on your health history.
  • Prepare your paperwork for arrival
    Make sure to bring all necessary paperwork for your entry into the United States. Do not enter the United States prior to 30 days of your I-20’s start date, bring your I-20, Passport with F-1 Visa, your admission letter, financial statement, your SEVIS fee receipt and the contact information of David McKee, Director of International Admissions. You may be asked for all of this material upon entry to the United States.
  • Pre-departure information
    This information will help you prepare for your arrival in the United States.

 

Last updated on Sep 19, 2013. Originally created on Jan 4, 2012. Report incorrect information.