Offices & Programs
The Academic Success Center (ASC) at Concord University is a place for students to come for help--whether it is assistance with coursework, advising, financial aid, or another reason. We're here to help! In fact, we LOVE to help students.
The WV Autism Training Center’s College Program for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder at Concord University
The College Program provides individualized skill building and therapeutic supports to degree seeking students with Autism Spectrum Disorder through a mentored environment while navigating a college experience at Concord University.
In 1991,The Corella and Bertram F. Bonner Foundation, based in Princeton, NJ, recognized Concord University's commitment to community outreach and endowed the university with funds to support the Bonner Scholarship Program. The program provides up to 80 students each year with financial scholarships to support academic endeavors at the university. The students then provide support to their communities through service work, in addition to participating in leadership and personal development activities. It is the goal of the program to develop experienced, knowledgeable and committed individuals who recognize the needs of our society and each person's responsibility to serve throughout his or her lifetime.
The Concord University Counseling Center provides FREE counseling services, both individual and interpersonal, and other resources for part and full-time students.
Concord University is committed to working with students with disabilities to assess their needs and to assist with academic accommodations that may be necessary and appropriate due to their disability. The Office of Disability Services assists in the coordination of appropriate services, based on the student’s individual documented needs. Education programs for the entire campus community highlight an understanding of disabilities and provide support within the campus community.
Concord University is committed to diversity and inclusion in all aspects and for all individuals. As such, Concord promotes equal access and opportunity through programming, academic courses, and campus organizations, as well as through employment and University admissions.
A meaningful part of a university education is the learning that comes from living with others. A good deal of adjustment occurs in the transition from high school to university and from home life to residence hall life. Concord’s Residence Life Program is designed to help you make personal, social, and academic adjustments in as healthy a way as possible, and to make your living experience both educational and enjoyable.
Concord University is committed to offering excellent support and services to our international students. We provide advisement 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. Finally, we seek to provide educational programs to the entire campus community highlighting the numerous cultures represented on campus.
The Concord University Office of Public Safety exists to help maintain the safety and welfare of all members of the University community.
Any Concord University Community member who is seeking help with a current or past sexual assault should contact any member of our team with whom you feel comfortable. In all cases, the sooner the better.
The primary purpose of the Student Center Office and Student Activities is to compliment the academic program and enhance the overall educational experience of students through development of, exposure to, and participation in social, intellectual, recreational, and governance programs. Located in the Jerry L. & Jean Beasley Student Center, these offices serve the students in a very important role.
Title IX of the Education Ammendment and Concord University Policy prohibits discrimination in services or benefits offered by the University based upon gender.
TRiO programs were established by the U.S. Department of Education and began with only three (hence the name trio) programs over 25 years ago. However, they have grown to include: Educational Talent Search, Upward Bound, Student Support Services, Ronald McNair Programs, Equal Opportunity Centers, and Veteran's Upward Bound. All TRiO programs have the same goals-to make a college education more attainable and to increase the likelihood of a student's success. Currently, there are four TRiO programs at Concord University: Upward Bound, McNair, Student Support Services, and Gear Up.
Concord University thanks you for your service to our country and we are committed to repaying our veterans for all their sacrifices by ensuring all veterans receive every possible opportunity to gain a valuable education. We offer several options for veteran financial aid. Additionally, we have an on-campus Veteran’s Coordinator responsible for ensuring every concern of every veteran is met. From counseling to financial needs to housing, our Veterans Office is there to assist YOU in any way possible. Military personnel and/or their dependents are currently furthering their education at Concord University. Offering a wide range of majors and programs that can help lead to your success.