Financial Services for Students
Our team of financial counselors are committed to helping you find ways of navigating your college financial needs.
1098-T Tax Form
The Form 1098-T is a statement that Concordia University is required to furnish to students. It provides the total dollar amount paid by the student for what is referred to as qualified tuition and related expenses or QTRE in a single tax (calendar) year.
CARES Act Funding
Through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act passed by Congress, Concordia will be receiving limited Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds (HEERF) to be distributed to any student who has been impacted financially with unforeseen expenses due to the transition of campus operations from face-to face learning to fully online learning.
Some courses have special fees to cover the costs of extra supplies and specific requirements.
Credit Card Policy
Concordia accepts credit cards as a payment option for your student bill.
Concordia is committed to ensuring your education is affordable. After scholarships, grants and loans, you may still have a remaining balance on your tuition, charges for books or fees. We want to make your process for paying these charges as convenient as possible.
Tuition & Indirect Costs
The cost of attendance reflects the amount of money a typical student is projected to need for school-related expenses during the academic year based on where they live and degree program.
Policy for the Return of Financial Aid Received Through Title IV Funds
Federal regulations require each educational institution of higher learning to have a written policy for the refund and repayment of aid received by students who withdraw from all classes during a term for which aid has been received. These policies are effective only if the student completely terminates enrollment (for example, the student voluntarily withdraws from all courses or is dismissed from all classes).