Approximately 1220 students attend Concordia.
Bronxville is located 32 kilometers (25 minutes) from New York City and 315 kilometers (3 hours, 15 minutes) from Boston, Massachusetts. Bronxville is a 25 minute train ride from Grand Central Station in Manhattan and is a short drive from LaGuardia Airport and John F. Kennedy Airport–two of the major hubs of transportation for the East Coast
Yes. Concordia College is located in a very wealthy and safe neighborhood. The College campus has around-the-clock security. You will learn more about campus security during the International Student Orientation.
Approximately 14% of the student body is comprised of students from overseas. An example of the campus diversity is evidenced in the fact that our students are from 31 different countries and 30 different states.
If your application arrives in the Office of Admission complete with all supporting documents, a decision will be made within two weeks. Delays only happen if documents are incomplete and/or missing.
12:1, average class size of 18 students
Concordia College offers more than 30 clubs and organizations, fraternities and sororities, as well as social, religious, cultural, and athletic organizations. Student organizations and administrative programs offer a wide variety of entertainment, including movies, concerts, comedians, dramatic performances, parties, dances, and lectures. There are many athletic opportunities as well, from NCAA Division II intercollegiate competition to intramurals.
The Concordia College India Office located in Chennai will help in compiling all the documents required for the visa application. They will prepare the students with mock visa interview questions. Till date we have had 100% visa approval
The Registrar Office along with the help of our coordinator will do course mapping prior to your arrival. They will ensure that all your credits are effectively transferred and the courses you will be taking while in Concordia will be communicated to you well before your arrival.
You can opt for Optional Practical Training (OPT) Curriculum Practical Training (CPT) or apply for Post-Graduation program. Please visit the USICS website for more details on OPT and CPT (https://www.uscis.gov/)
Yes, you can travel to India when the college is not in session. Every student will have to get his/her I-20 signed by a Designated School Official (DSO) on campus which will be asked in the port of entry on their return.
Yes, all of our international students are exposed to various OPT and Internship opportunities. Our Career Development Center will have a person equipped with resources to particularly help with International Students
According to the F-1 visa regulations, a student can work up to 20 hours on campus during the school session, and 40 hours when the school is not in session (Summer Break).
Yes, most of our international students have worked in the library, business office and other areas in the past. We suggest having your resume ready before your arrival so it is convenient to apply when there is an opening.
You can contact our India Office with any questions you may have. You can also contact Chethana Moova (Email – Chethana.firstname.lastname@example.org) our India Office Coordinator who can help you with anything before and after your arrival.