For Concordia Students

Lewis & Clark is committed to supporting Concordia University students who need to make a sudden change in plans in order to complete their undergraduate or graduate degree. 

Undergraduate Students

We want your transition to our College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) to be a smooth experience. You’ve experienced enough uncertainty, and we don’t want concerns about your financial aid to stand in your way.

For Concordia University undergraduate students intending to transfer this fall (2020), Lewis & Clark will provide you with financial support to make the out-of-pocket cost of attendance the same at L&C in 2020–21 as it has been for you to attend Concordia University in 2019–20. Some exceptions may apply. Please contact our financial aid office (503-768-7090) for details.

To start your transfer application and learn more about this offer, please contact our transfer counselor, Karin Dobbins Sherer at or 503-768-7054.

Graduate Students

The Graduate School of Education and Counseling is working with Concordia University to receive transfer applications for a variety of degree programs, including the MAT in Elementary and Secondary Education; MA in Student Affairs Administration; MEd in Educational Administration; MEd in Curriculum and Instruction; and the EdD in both Educational Leadership and Higher Education/Student Affairs.

The Graduate School will also accept transfer students in our endorsement programs (Reading Intervention; ESOL; and Special Education) and licensure programs (Principal License and Professional License).

We are prepared to waive limits on transfer credits on a case-by-case basis to meet the needs of individual students. To discuss your options, please contact our director of admissions, Becky Haas at or 503-768-6200.