Concordia University, St. PaulTransfer Plan

Trade in your associate degree credits and receive a $2,000 scholarship.

The decision to transfer to a different school should be made with careful comparison. Concordia’s Transfer Plan partnership provides a transfer process that offers students real benefits and vast opportunities for advanced learning.

Concordia offers this program to students who transfer directly from a Concordia partner institution and pursue an undergraduate degree.1

Concordia Transfer Plan features include:

  • Concordia Transfer Plan
  • $2,000 Concordia, St. Paul Scholarship2
  • Seamless transfer of credits
  • Availability of more courses and degrees
  • Advising and involvement from faculty members
  • Priority admission for academically eligible students
  • Ability to finish a degree in two years or less

What is Transferology?

Transferology is a web-based course transfer system that helps transfer students determine how courses will transfer to Concordia University, St. Paul. Students can create an account and sign in as a registered user at Once signed in, you can select from a large group of colleges and universities and see how courses will transfer to Concordia University, St. Paul. If you have further questions please contact our transfer staff in the Admissions Office at (855) 641-2525 or

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1 Transfer students who have completed the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC) or an Associate of Arts degree from an accredited institution meet Concordia’s general education requirements. Concordia University also accepts individual goal areas completed within the MnTC.

2 Eligible students are awarded $2,000 which is evenly dispersed over the length of program.


Elise Uecker

Elise UeckerAs a student at Hennepin Technical College, Elise Uecker completed her associate degree. Then, after hearing about the opportunities available through Concordia University, St. Paul’s Transfer Plan, she decided to continue her education by pursuing a bachelor’s degree in psychology at Concordia. As a mother of three who works full time, Elise says it was important for her to find an online program that allowed her to . . .Read More

Jordan Brenny

Jordan BrennyAfter Jordan Brenny finished her associate degree at Anoka-Ramsey Community College, her husband’s military service took her to Wasilla, Alaska. She then decided to continue her education by pursuing an online degree at Concordia University, St. Paul. Jordan is currently a student in . . .Read More

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My Concordia education provided me with the knowledge, skills and experience I needed for my field.

Bethany (Paulus) Ramsey '08
Director of Christian Outreach Major