1) Submit an Application

Apply for admission to CUAA, at no cost: Apply

2) Using Benefits

First Time Use: If you plan to use your educational benefits for the first time and have not received a Certificate of Eligibility (COE), you will need to apply for your benefits online and begin an application on the Veterans Online Application (VONAPP) system as a new user and complete VA Form 22-1990. Make sure you have your DD214 and banking information ready as you will be asked for it in the application.

Previous Use: If you have used your benefits before, please submit a copy of your Certificate of Eligibility (COE) to Erica Whitesell CUAA VA Certifying Official.

3) Requesting Official Transcripts

Request that official academic transcripts from each institution attended, including DSST&CLEP tests, be sent directly from the previous institution to Concordia University. Transcripts issued to the student are not official and cannot be used to evaluate official transfer of credit.

4) Military Transcripts

The Joint Services Transcript (JST) has replaced the following:

  • Coast Guard Institute Transcript (CGI)
  • Army/American Council on Education Registry Transcript System (AARTS)
  • Sailor/Marine American Council on Education Registry Transcript (SMART)

To order your official transcript from JST, set up an account here. Print out an unofficial copy for your admissions counselor and order an official copy to be sent to the Mequon Campus (it will be received by the VA Certifying Official office within 48 hours).

Air Force personnel should contact the Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) to receive transcripts.

5) Admission Package Completion

Once you’ve completed your steps, we’ll review your application, evaluate your unofficial credits completed, and send you a decision letter. If you meet or exceed our entrance requirements you’ll receive a comprehensive acceptance packet outlining many of your next steps. Upon admission to CUAA, your counselor will send your transcripts to the Registrar’s office for an official Transfer Evaluation, detailing the specific program requirements you’ll need to complete before graduation. Students who’ve been admitted and have completed their FAFSA will then receive a financial aid package.