Academic Advising & Resources
Concord University knows that academic advising is critical to college success. We offer advising and support that provides students with a strong foundation from which to build their futures. Academic Resources are also available online to assist students and faculty advising sessions during fall/spring scheduled advising as well as throughout the academic year. Some advising resources include program progression sheets and four-year plans that outline required courses and the semester progression of each program, the academic calendar, and other items essential to successful program completion.
Academic Advising is coordinated through the Office of the Provost. For more information about advising or the University please refer to the current Academic Catalog.
New Student Orientations are scheduled April through July for students admitted to Concord University. Students receive individualized degree plans that put them on the path to short and long-term goals, meet with faculty advisors, and learn about other essential information needed to be successful towards their chosen career.
Students currently enrolled at Concord University are assigned an advisor based upon their chosen program of study.
Advising for courses are scheduled during the fall and spring semester. Students also have full access to their advisors on a daily basis.
We are excited when students decide to return to Concord University!
After readmission to Concord, returning students meet with an advisor in their program of study to determine the best pathway in the completion of their degree.
Concord University welcomes the submission of applications from all transfer students.
Following the application process, acceptance into the institution and submission of transcripts from previous institutions, transfer students meet with qualified faculty within their chosen program of study to determine the best pathway to degree completion.
Concord University is committed to offering excellent support and services to our international students.
International Students are advised on immigration matters, health insurance, employment, practical training, travel regulations and community involvement. We also provide programs and services to enhance the stay of our international students, including orientation, social activities and informational sessions. We seek to provide educational programs to the entire campus community highlighting the numerous cultures represented on campus.
The Regents Bachelor of Arts (RBA) Program is tailored to help students to complete their college degrees. RBA students are eligible to receive college credit for work experience, professional certifications, and military training four years after graduating from high school, do not hold a baccalaureate degree, and meet Concord’s general admission requirements.
Eligible students meet with the RBA Advisor to design their program of study.
Non-degree seeking students are those who want to enroll in courses but do not intend to pursue a degree, a certificate, or fulfill prerequisites for a particular Concord University degree program.
Non-degree seeking students must complete an application to Concord University.
Concord University offers Veterans a range of programs and resources to ensure our Veterans succeed academically and socially.
Concord University has available the Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Program (Yellow Ribbon Program).
Concord University Graduate Studies is dedicated to professional preparation and advancement. We provide quality academic programs, outstanding faculty, and a supportive environment conducive to advanced graduate studies.
Graduate students are advised throughout their program of choice by highly qualified professors.