Student Resources

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.
    • Master’s of Applied Exercise Science Students – Your ebook option can be found here. 
  4. Print or download Quick Guide to start managing your term throughout the next 8 weeks!
  5. Watch New Student Orientation

Additional Resources

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:

Applied Science & Performance Institute:

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

Brookbush Institute:

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:

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.

National Academy of Sports Medicine:

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

National Strength and Conditioning Association:

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.