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Concordia College - Moorhead

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Tips mention: Interview (0), ACT/SAT (2), Grades (3), Sports/Extracurriculars (2), College Essay (2)
Get a scholarship if you're coming hereOct 04 2014Psychology
Get a scholarship if you're coming here. It's expensive and honestly not work the asking price. Concordia's good about giving out pretty good scholarships, though.
ACT: 28 Female
Concordia accepts almost everyoneJan 01 2014Art & Design Department
Concordia accepts almost everyone....we have a 90%+ acceptance rate. Some real dimwits who's parents pay for their school attend Concordia. What really matters is how much financial aid they give you. Make sure your GPA and ACT/SAT match their scholarships and listen to all deadlines and scholarship events. They are very concrete and transparent on their website. Talk to as many admissions officers/professors you can and suck as much money as possible out of them. Smile pretty and display your achievements and drive at the competitions. Also, APPEAL all fafsa aid through the aid office. If you still don't have most of you education paid for...look at a cheaper state school. You'll be rolling in spare cash to travel, invest, etc.
ACT: 31 Female
Be a mediocre student and you'll be accepted justFeb 19 2013Music - Composition/Theory
Be a mediocre student and you'll be accepted just fine. If you don't want to sign away your life's salary, though, you better work hard in high school.
ACT: 31 Female
If you want to go into Nursing, be sureOct 07 2012Nursing
If you want to go into Nursing, be sure to declare it as a major from the beginning, otherwise you have to apply to get into the program later.
ACT: 23 Male
If, for some reason, after visiting the place, readingJun 20 2012Other
If, for some reason, after visiting the place, reading the reviews, and interacting with the people there, you still want to go, you are probably good. They are not selective, though they seem to pretend to be.
ACT: 21 SAT: 2100 Male
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