Earn college credits while in high school 

    Michigan residents should use the Concordia Ann Arbor Precollege webpage.

Honors-level high school students can enroll in 1 or 2 college courses each term in on-campus or online formats:  

  • On-campus course at CUW: Students who can commute to campus can choose from a variety of 100 or 200 level courses. On-campus courses usually require a textbook purchase.
    List of on-campus courses
  • Online course: Students can choose from 15 semester-long online courses. With flexible online classes, students can complete coursework during the school day or at home. Online courses are not self-paced.  Courses have weekly assignment deadlines. There is no additional cost for textbooks for online classes. 
    List of online courses  View the "What to Expect" pdfs for course previews.

Academic Terms and Deadlines

  • Currently accepting applications for Spring term 2020 (Jan 27 - May 17, 2020).
  • Apply by December 1. 

Tuition Rates for Precollege

  • Christian High School and Homeschool Students qualify for the reduced Concordia Promise tuition rate of $50 per credit. That's only $150 for a typical 3-credit class. The Promise rate can be used for a maximum of 36 credits.
  • State of WI Funding - ECCP (WI public high schools) Courses are $150 per credit. Students may have a portion of their tuition paid by their school district based on if the course is taken for high school and college credit or only college credit.  
    An ECCP Request Form (or the school district's form) must be submitted to the local school district for funding approval.  Deadlines are typically March 1 for fall courses and Oct 1 for spring courses. In addition to the ECCP Request Form, students should also complete a Concordia application using the apply link below.  

Apply 

Returning students

   Complete the simplified application including the course(s) requested. No transcript is required.

Returning Student - Apply Online

New students 

  • Choose the NON-DEGREE and DUAL CREDIT/ECCP options using the Apply Online button.
  • Be prepared to enter a student email, social security number, and the course(s) requested. 
  • A high school transcript and high school approval are required to finalize the application.  Students can upload a transcript or Concordia will request a transcript from the high school.
    Transcripts can be emailed to precollege@cuw.edu 

  New Student - Apply Online

Admission requirements

  • Students are typically juniors and seniors but accelerated freshmen and sophomores may apply.  A placement exam may be required for grade 9 students.
  • Minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA in academic high school classes.
  • ACT or SAT test scores may be submitted but are not required.

Precollege contact information

  • For admissions and on-campus courses: Sarah Kitterman 262-243-4542
  • For online courses, billing, or program questions: Tim Gieschen 262-243-2077

Non credit Precollege Programs at Concordia

  1. STEAM camp : Week-long summer program for grades 3-8.   Classes offered at CUW and at sites around the midwest.     
  2. African American Male Initiative:  Summer 3-day program for grades 9-12. Sponsored by the Closing the Achievement Gap Consortium.     
  3. African American Female Initiative: Summer 3-day program for grades 9-12. Sponsored by the Closing the Achievement Gap Consortium. 
  4. Concordia Soccer Academy:  U-10, U-11, U-12, U-13, U-14. Summer and winter indoor tournaments.
  5. Concordia Basketball Camps:  
  6. Servants of Christ Conference  Summer 2-day program for grades 9-12.

 Downloads

Online courses available

Through flexible online classes, you can complete coursework during the school day or at home. Semester courses are not self-paced but follow a schedule with weekly assignment deadlines.

Arts and Sciences

Business

Pharmacy

Education

On-campus courses

This is a partial list of courses available to precollege students.  Other 100 or 200 level courses may be available.  For course descriptions and details, view the Undergraduate Catalog

Approval: Enrollment requires department approval and availability of seats.  Applied Music courses do not qualify for Concordia Promise funding.

Contact johanna.anderson@cuw.edu to audition for music ensembles

Contact sarah.kitterman@cuw.edu to enroll in an on-campus course.
 
Textbooks: The online bookstore may have textbook information for on-campus classes.  

Spring 2020 Class times and dates

Please submit the 5-digit CRN number for the section you are requesting.

CRN     COURSE        TITLE               DAYS    TIME
30283 ACCT 203 Financial Accounting MWF 1310-1400 
30284 ACCT 203 Financial Accounting MWF 1410-1500 
30123 ART 110 Design Fundamentals Tue 1600-1830 (Art fee required)
30124 ART 110 Design Fundamentals Mon 1600-1830  (Art fee required)
30126 ART 130 Digital Photography I M, W 1510-1625 (Art fee required)
30954 ART 130 Digital Photography I M, W 1310-1425 (Art fee required)
30128 ART 141 Drawing Fundamentals M, W 1310-1425 (Art fee required)
30129 ART 141 Drawing Fundamentals T/Th 1310-1425 (Art fee required)
30130 ART 141 Drawing Fundamentals Wed 1600-1830 (Art fee required)
30293 BCOM 247 Business Writing T/Th 1135-1250 
31067 BIO 191 Human Anat & Phys I Lecture T/Th 0800-0915 (also need Lab)
31068 BIO 191 Human Anat & Phys I Lecture T/Th 1005-1120 (also need Lab)
31069 BIO 191 Human Anat & Phys I LAB  Wed 0730-0920 
31070 BIO 191 Human Anat & Phys I LAB Wed 1005-1155 
31071 BIO 191 Human Anat & Phys I LAB Wed 1310-1500 
30298 BUS 161 Business Essentials MWF 1205-1255 
30299 BUS 161 Business Essentials MWF 1410-1500    
32082 CCE 120 Western Thought & Worldview T/Th 1435-1550 
32083 CCE 120 Western Thought & Worldview T/Th 0805-0920 
31171 CCE 130 Christian Citizen MWF 1410-1500 
32070 CCE 140 Science & Humanity MWF 0830-0920 
32071 CCE 140 Science & Humanity MWF 1410-1500 
32075 CCE 140 Science & Humanity Mon 1830-2115 
30455 CHEM 100 Introductory Chemistry MWF 1005-1055 
30456 CHEM 105 Elem of Gen & Biolog Chem MWF 1005-1055 
30457 CHEM 105 Elem of Gen & Biolog Chem Mon 1310-1500 
30458 CHEM 105 Elem of Gen & Biolog Chem Mon 1510-1700 
30032 COMM 105 Public Speaking MWF 1005-1055 
30033 COMM 105 Public Speaking MWF 1105-1155 
30034 COMM 105 Public Speaking T/Th 1005-1120 
30035 COMM 105 Public Speaking T/Th 1310-1425 
30038 COMM 201 Inter Communica MWF 1105-1155 
30039 COMM 201 Inter Communica T/Th 1435-1550 
30042 COMM 201 Inter Communica MWF 1410-1500 
30423 CSC 150 Found Comp Science MWF 1005-1055 
30424 CSC 150 Found Comp Science MWF 1310-1400 
31206 CSD 100 Intro to Comm Sci & Disorders MWF 1005-1055 
30317 ECON 200 Principles of Economics T/Th 1005-1120 
30319 ECON 222 Macroeconomics T/Th 0805-0920 
30321 ECON 231 Microeconomics MWF 1310-1400 
30500 ED 102 Foundations of Education MWF 1005-1055 
30438 ENG 103 Civ & Worldviews: Lit T/Th 1005-1120 
30439 ENG 103 Civ & Worldviews: Lit T/Th 1135-1250 
30440 ENG 103 Civ & Worldviews: Lit MWF 1105-1155 
31346 ENG 104 Intro to Writing MWF 0830-0920 
31349 ENG 104 Intro to Writing MWF 1205-1255 
31350 ENG 104 Intro to Writing MWF 1310-1400 
31351 ENG 104 Intro to Writing MWF 1410-1500 
31352 ENG 104 Intro to Writing T/Th 0805-0920 
31353 ENG 104 Intro to Writing T/Th 1135-1250 
31354 ENG 104 Intro to Writing T/Th 1310-1425 
31355 ENG 104 Intro to Writing T/Th 1435-1550 
31356 ENG 104 Intro to Writing T/Th 1605-1720 
31357 ENG 104 Intro to Writing T/Th 1135-1250 
30151 GD 100 Digital Design Fundamentals M, W 0805-0920 
30063 GEOG 220 Cultural Geography MWF 1310-1400 
30217 GER 102 Beginning German II MWF 1255-1405 
30229 GER 202 Intermed German II MWF 1105-1155 
30109 HIST 103 World Views:History Tue 1730-2020 
31104 HIST 103 World Views:History Mon 1730-2020 
30117 HIST 163 Non-Western World:A History MWF 1005-1055 
30100 JPP 104 Intro to Courts T/Th 1005-1120 
30101 JPP 110 Juvenile Justice Theory MWF 1005-1055 
30447 LAT 106 Latin II:Basic Grammar & Vocab T/Th 1310-1425 
30452 LAT 205 Intermediate Latin I MWF 1005-1055 
30004 MATH 125 Contemporary Math T/Th 1310-1425 
30005 MATH 125 Contemporary Math MWF 1310-1400 
30006 MATH 128 College Algebra MWF 1410-1500 
30007 MATH 201 Calculus I MTWRF 1105-1155 
30008 MATH 202 Calculus II MTWRF 1105-1155 
30009 MATH 205 Statistics I T/Th 1310-1425 
30010 MATH 205 Statistics I MWF 1410-1500 
30013 MATH 205 Statistics I T/Th 1005-1125 
30018 MATH 325 Lin Algebra & Diff Equat MWF 0800-0915 
30334 MGMT 130 Principles of Management MWF 1205-1255 
30342 MKTG 131 Principles of Marketing T/Th 0805-0920 
30175 MUS 180 Chapel Ringers T/Th 1210-1250 
30176 MUS 181 The Symphonic Wind Ensemble T/Th 1610-1755 
30177 MUS 182 Chapel Choir MWF 1205-1240 
30178 MUS 184 Kammerchor M, W 1610-1750 
30179 MUS 185 Alleluia Ringers M, W 1510-1620 
30180 MUS 187 Pep Band Thur 1700-1800 
30181 MUS 188 Jazz Ensemble T/Th 1410-1530 
30182 MUS 190 String Ens./Chamber Orch. M, W 1500-1630 
30183 MUS 191 Selah T/Th 1435-1550 
30184 MUS 192 University Band M, W 1645-1745 
30185 MUS 197 Concordia Civic Chorale Mon 1900-2130 
30021 PHIL 201 Central Texts of Philosophy T/Th 1310-1425 
30022 PHIL 211 Elementary Logic MWF 1410-1500 
30065 POLS 101 Intro-Political Science MWF 1005-1055 
30066 POLS 201 American Government MWF 1105-1155 
30072 PSY 101 General Psychology T/Th 1310-1425 
30074 PSY 101 General Psychology MWF 1310-1400 
30075 PSY 101 General Psychology MWF 1410-1500 
30237 REL 100 The Bible MWF 0730-0820 
30238 REL 100 The Bible T/Th 1310-1425 
30239 REL 100 The Bible MWF 1005-1055 
30241 REL 100 The Bible Mon 1830-2115 
30242 REL 100 The Bible MWF 1410-1500 
30243 REL 100 The Bible T/Th 1435-1550 
30244 REL 100 The Bible MWF 1310-1400 
30245 REL 100 The Bible MWF 0830-0920 
30246 REL 110 Christian Faith MWF 1410-1500 
30247 REL 110 Christian Faith MWF 0730-0820 
30251 REL 110 Christian Faith Mon 1830-2115 
30253 REL 110 Christian Faith T/Th 0805-0920 
30255 REL 110 Christian Faith T/Th 1435-1550 
31475 REL 110 Christian Faith MWF 0830-0920 
30256 REL 201 Old Testament MWF 0830-0920 
30257 REL 201 Old Testament MWF 1005-1055 
30997 RSC 106 Medical Terminology Tue 1200-1255 
30482 SCI 110 Intro Life & Phys Sci MWF 0830-0920 
30483 SCI 110 Intro Life & Phys Sci Tue 1310-1500 
30484 SCI 110 Intro Life & Phys Sci Tue 1510-1700 
30098 SOC 101 Intro to Sociology MWF 1310-1400 
30221 SPAN 101 Begin Spanish I MWF 1005-1115 
30222 SPAN 101 Begin Spanish I MWF 1255-1405 
30223 SPAN 102 Begin Spanish II MWF 1105-1215 
30224 SPAN 102 Begin Spanish II MWF 0810-0920 
30225 SPAN 202 Interm Spanish II T/Th 1135-1250 
30053 THTR 101 Theatre Practicum - - - - - - -