Concordia University Chicago is committed to your success.  This page serves as a guide to assist students with questions about course templates, self-service registration, financial aid,  academic advising, and additional learning resources.

Congratulations, you’ve been accepted! Here are the next steps to guide you to successfully start your program:

  1. Complete FAFSA using our school code: 001666 (if using federal financial aid)
  2. Print or download Course Sequence and register for classes!
  3. Order your books.  For step-by-step instructions click here.
  4. Print or download Quick Guide to start managing your term throughout the next 8 weeks!
  5. Watch New Student Orientation


Concordia University-Chicago’s Applied Exercise Science program strives to provide students with a well-rounded education of kinesiology, human movement science, strength and conditioning and sports nutrition. These organizations provide incredible resources through videos, articles, workshops, and additional training.  These organizations include:

With backgrounds in clinical, academic and corporate settings the ASPI team provides cutting edge research and education with clinical, corporate and academic institutions.

The Brookbush Institute optimizes the delivery of human movement science education by integrating technology, student-centered learning, and evidence-based, practical education.

The International Society of Sports Nutrition is a non-profit academic society dedicated to promoting the science and application of evidence-based sports nutrition and supplementation.

The National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) offers a variety of industry certifications that may give a competitive edge as they pursue their careers.

The National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) is a nonprofit professional organization dedicated to advancing the strength and conditioning profession around the world  by supporting strength and conditioning professionals devoted to helping others discover and maximize their strengths.


Concordia-Chicago’s Online Student Reference Library gives online students access to library resources including books, dissertations, journal articles, and research appointments.

Purdue’s Online Writing Lab (OWL) helps students develop their writing skills, in addition to providing information and resources on proper citing for sources.

Concordia-Chicago’s scholarships page provides resources to find external scholarships available through religious, civic and corporate organizations.
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