Design Your Future Admissions

In order to be considered for admissions to Concordia University Wisconsin’s Design Your Future program, you must complete the following items:

  • Complete the online application, make sure to select "Design Your Future" as the type of student you are enrolling as.
  • High School attendance record.
  • Official secondary transcript (6 or more semesters). A final high school transcript is to be submitted after graduation.
  • Official transcript from each college attended (as it applies)
  • Official report of ACT scores from American College Testing Program.
  • Three letters of recommendation (a witness to your academic ability; not a relative)
  • Schedule a meeting with the Admissions Counselor
  • A completed FAFSA ( - School Code: 003842 
  • If accepted, a non-refundable $200 tuition deposit (Check or money order only)

You will need a minimum ACT score of 15 and a high school grade point average (GPA) of 2.50. Included with the GPA, you should have taken in high school: 3 units of English, 2 units of Mathematics, 2 units of Science, and 2 units of Social Studies.

The submission of these items does not guarantee your acceptance as it only starts the reviewing process. You will be notifed of acceptance once the entire process is complete. If accepted, you will not be considered into the program until the $100  tuition deposit is paid.

Send Information

Please send your information to the location that you applied to.

Milwaukee Midtown Center

4151 N 56th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53216

Miller Park Way Center

1670 Miller Park Way
Milwaukee, WI 53214

Financial Aid

Concordia University offers Federal Title IV funding for federal grants and the federal subsidized and unsubsidized loan programs. Students may also possibly qualify for the Wisconsin Tuition Grant and other Concordia grant programs. Therefore, in order to determine eligibility, students and/or parents must complete the Free Application For Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each academic year.

Please visit our financial aid website for more assistance with this topic.