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Orientation

To register for the spring semester, you must first submit your “Reply to Offer of Admission” form and your $50 enrollment deposit. Once your deposit is received, you can log into your application portal and complete the registration form for spring classes.

We will offer two options for spring orientation:

At 9:00 am on January 4, 2023 we will conduct a virtual orientation. Once you register, you will be sent the Zoom link to the event. Please plan on spending about two hours with us.

If you participate in our virtual orientation, once you arrive on campus please remember to:

  • Get your picture taken for your student ID at the Student Center
  • Meet with offices like Financial Aid, Registrar, and Student Accounts
  • Register your car(s) to park on campus (bring your license number) at the Office of Public Safety
  • Stop by Admissions to get your orientation t-shirt and sign the class banner

At 9:00 am on January 6 we will offer an in-person orientation. Please plan to spend the morning on campus. Lunch and tours will also be provided. It is hoped that while you are here on campus you will:

  • Meet many members of the Concord community
  • Finalize class registration
  • Meet with Financial Aid and Student Accounts
  • Register your car(s) to park on campus (bring your license number) at the Office of Public Safety
  • Touch base with IT staff to address any technology related access issues
  • Visit the bookstore
  • Be ready to start class on January 9

If you have questions or need assistance call 304-384-6031 or email orientation@concord.edu

A message from the president:

Congratulations on taking the next step towards a successful future. Being admitted to Concord University is an achievement, and you should be proud of the hard work that led you to this moment. Every admitted student brings something new to Concord, a unique perspective cultivated by your diverse backgrounds. The faculty and staff are looking forward to getting to know each of you, and I am also looking forward to learning more about your journeys at Concord.

I encourage you to take advantage of every opportunity available to you during your time on “The Campus Beautiful.” Dedicate your efforts to finishing your degree, and maybe a minor or two. Get involved in student activities and groups; meet new people. Challenge yourself, and become the person you want to be. This is your time, and I know you will make the most of every opportunity Concord provides each student. Welcome to the Campus Beautiful.

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