You’ve been admitted to Concordia University Texas…congratulations!
Welcome to Concordia University Texas!
Before you can fully take advantage of all that CTX has to offer, there are several steps every admitted student needs to take. Remember, if you have questions about any of the following, contact your Admissions Counselor.
Make it official! Now that you have been admitted, it’s time to make your non-refundable $275 enrollment deposit. Filling out the deposit form also serves as your housing application. If you are commuter (non-resident) your non-refundable deposit is $150.
Financial Aid Application
All students should file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA is the best way to see how much it will cost to attend CTX. Concordia’s FAFSA Code is 003557. While waiting for your official financial aid offer, use our Net Price Calculator or contact your Admissions Counselor (internal link) for a Financial Aid Estimate.
Visit our beautiful campus to see what life is really like as a CTX Tornado. Schedule an individual tour, register for a preview day, or stay overnight with us at our annual Tornado Road Trip.
A ctx.edu email will be created for students within two weeks of admittance. To access your account, please use the following information:
Password: A temporary password will be emailed to your personal email address on file with Admissions.
Whether you decide to live on or off campus, we want to ensure you’re involved in CTX campus life.
All first-year freshmen are required to live on campus. Living on campus is a great way to meet new friends, participate in campus activities, develop new interests, and learn to live in a community rich in diversity.
Staying connected as an off-campus student has never been easier. Explore nearby apartment complexes (PDF link), find a roommate (facebook link), and get involved in student activities.
Concordia University Texas offers several meal plan options for students living on and off campus.
College is not just about what happens in the classroom. Getting involved in student life provides opportunities to learn and grow in an environment that empowers personal, academic, spiritual and community development. And it’s fun!