As a homeschool student, you have taken an active & independent role in pursuing your educational goals. You’ll find that there are no extra admissions requirements for homeschool students at Concordia University Irvine. We welcome your experiences & perspective and would be glad to answer any of your questions about the application process.
Averages from the incoming class of 2016-2017
Note: Applications received after February 15 are reviewed on a rolling basis, and it is recommended that students apply well in advance. Once your application is complete, it usually takes two weeks to receive an admissions decision, depending upon the time of year.
I don’t have an official high school transcript. What should I do?
We have included a sample transcript for your parent, legal guardian, or administrator of your homeschool organization to create and sign, vouching for your units. Please have your transcript sent in a sealed envelope to:
Note: In the absence of a high school transcript, we will accept an official GED or the California Proficiency Exam, but this may limit scholarship opportunities without the presence of a GPA.
What does it mean for a transcript to be considered “official?”
The transcript should be sent in a sealed envelope with a signature from a parent, legal guardian, or homeschool director/administrator.
The transcript should be organized by grade level (9th-12th) and year.
Completed and in-progress courses should be accompanied by credits, units, or hours and include a letter grade or a numerical grade.
What does it mean for a transcript to be considered “final?”
To be considered a final transcript, please include a graduation date, (month/day/year) and a signature from a parent, legal guardian, or the director of your organization.
If I graduate from high school with a completed A.A. degree or over 30 units of college credit, am I still considered a freshman?
For admission, class standing (Freshman or Transfer) is determined by your high school graduation date. Please send any and all college transcripts along with your high school transcript for evaluation.
Do you accept CLEP credits?
Yes we do! Please see our summary of CLEP credit recommendations.
Please feel free to contact us with any additional questions.