In light of the government's directives, we have suspended campus tours and in person appointments for now. But, we'd love to chat with you! To book a time to Skype or FaceTime with a recruiter, or to speak on the phone: Book an appointment.
Our admissions staff are processing official documents received by mail. Review your options depending on where you last studied.
We also accept official transcripts officially via Parchment or National Student Clearinghouse. Please note that you and your school need to be signed up with these service providers to make use of this option for submitting transcripts.
If your offer contains a condition related to an exam and the exam has been cancelled, it will not impact your offer. For example, if you are an IB student or were due to complete GCE exams, we are aware that these exams have been cancelled. As long as you are earning your diploma and your final and subject specific grades meet the programs academic requirement, your offer is still valid. Your admissions officer will review your final results and contact you if they require additional information.
There is no rush to make the request. We will start to process deferrals in early December. You have until January 19, 2021 to make your decision and email your admissions officer. Include your ID number and make sure you indicate you want to defer to September 2021. Deferral requests will be processed starting December 1.
You do not need to pay the $100 confirmation deposit to be deferred. If you have already paid the confirmation deposit, you will not need to pay it again if you defer.
PLEASE NOTE: If you plan on deferring your Offer of Admission from Concordia, this does not mean you have permission to study at another institution. If you plan on studying at another institution or if you accept an offer from another university, you are technically declining Concordia's offer. You will need to re-apply for admission and be re-assessed if you desire to come to Concordia in the future.