When you register for courses and you run into a closed class, you are able to add your name to a waitlist for that class up to the Friday before the term begins. If space becomes available, you, the student, will be notified via your CTX email account and you will have up to forty-eight hours to register for the waitlisted course.
A waitlist status does NOT mean that you are registered for the course. You will not be billed for a waitlisted course and may remove yourself from the waitlist at any time by changing your course status from ‘Waitlist’ to
‘Drop’ online in MyInfo. For more information on the process click here.
Math courses are offered on a rotating schedule. Math course rotation schedule (PDF)
We publish this list of courses that will be offered in the Fall 2014 term so you can better plan your schedules.
January 6 - Spring Term Begins (Classes for ADP and graduate students begin at various times. Check with your college/department/Center for class dates.)
January 13 - First day of traditional 16-week classes
January 17 - Last day to add a course and last day to register for Spring graduation
January 20 - Martin Luther Kind Day observance - no classes
January 24 - Last day to drop a course with it appearing on your transcript
March 10-14 - Spring Break
March 25 - Summer and Fall early registration opens
March 28 - Last Day to Withdraw from a course or the University with a "W" on transcript
April 1-14 - CAAP Exam
April 17 - Maundy Thursday: no evening classes held
April 18-21 - Easter Break (evening classes resume 4/21)
April 28-May 1 - Final Exams
May 3 - Spring Commencement
Students may register for Summer and Fall 2014 as indicated below.
March 25, 2014 beginning at midnight) – Seniors (those students who have earned 90+ hours)
March 26, 2014 (beginning at midnight) – Seniors and Juniors(those students who have earned 60+ hours)
March 27, 2014 (beginning at midnight) - Seniors, Juniors, and Sophmores (those students who have earned 30+ hours)
March 28, 2014 (beginning at midnight) – Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores, Freshmen, and incoming new students
The majority of the courses concentrate on special education since most differentiated instruction focuses on students who have been diagnosed with learning issues and qualify for modifications. The practices learned as part of this program can also apply to students who are unmotivated due to other issues, such as their home environment or socio-economic concerns.
Click the above link for a listing of Spring 2014 OCICU (online) course offerings.
Completed course grades are posted on MyInfo at the end of every month for those courses that are complete and for which the professor has entered grades. Grades posted at the end of every month are visible in MyInfo by selecting the Student Transcripts option. Calculation of term and cumulative grade point averages and academic standing are completed at the end of the term when all grades are submitted. End-of-term grades are visible by selecting the Final Grades option in MyInfo.
Step 1: Determine which courses on your transcript are required in your major
Step 2: On your transcript, you will find your grade for each course converted into points. This number is to the immediate right of your grade. Add the total number of points for all of the courses required in your major.
Step 3: Add up the total number of credits for the courses required in your major. You will find this number to the immediate left of your grade.
Step 4: Divide.
ACCT 311 3.00 B 9.00
ACCT 321 3.00 C 6.00
BIOL 102 4.00 A 16.00
Total Points/Total Credits = MGPA
31.00/10.00 = 3.10
Your major GPA is 3.10
Candidates for a Concordia University Texas degree or the Lutheran Teacher's Diploma register for the appropriate Graduation course (GRAD UG - Undergraduate and GRAD GR - Graduate) during early online registration for the term during which the student completes all degree requirements. Students must have completed or be registered in all degree-required coursework during the term in which they intend to graduate and prior to being allowed to participate in commencement.
A student who intends to complete all degree requirements during the spring term registers for the graduation course during the spring early online registration period held during the preceding fall term. The same is true for graduation during the summer; the student registers during the summer early online registration period held during the spring term. Fall graduation is slightly different in that the student registers either during the early fall online registration period held in the spring (if course work is to be completed during the fall and summer classes are not being taken) or during the early fall online registration period held during the summer.
Registering for the graduation course charges the corresponding fee to the student’s account (see the Academic Catalog, Tuition and Fees section for information on fees) and initiates a comprehensive degree audit. When the graduation audit is completed, notification of the outcome of this audit is sent to the student’s ctx.edu email account.
The name placed on the diploma is the one found in the university data system. Students will find the exact spelling of their name in the official email that they receive showing their graduation audit results. It is the student’s responsibility to verify that their name is correct. The only name change permitted on the diploma are those made to the student’s official records. A change of this type is done by filling out a Name Change Request Form (PDF)and submitting it along with appropriate documentation to the Registrar’s Office no later than four (4) weeks prior to the graduation date for that term.
If a diploma must be reprinted and resent because the student did not verify the spelling and format of their name, the student will be charged the replacement fee for a new diploma.
Concordia provides a service that allows you to order transcripts 24 hours-a-day, seven days-a-week, using a product called Transcripts on Demand. No need to wait for Student Central to open or for normal business hours. Orders and payments are processed electronically. Official transcripts can be sent electronically to participating institutions - no more waiting for regular mail delivery. With this service, you get a confirmation email indicating that your order has been received. You also get an email letting you know your transcript has been received by the requested institution and the name of the individual who opened it. Anyone who attended Concordia may utilize this wonderful service. Contact Ms. Colleen Rinaldi at email@example.com if you have additional questions.
For information on the computer competency exam, visit the Computer Competency Exam page on the College of Science website.
For juniors and seniors, the CAAP exam will be offered at each Center and on the Main Campus during the following time period. Check MyInfo for registration opportunities.
Spring 2014 Exam: April 1 - April 14
Registration: January 21, 8:00 a.m. - March 7, 5:00 p.m.
The Office of the Registrar is located in Building C.
Fall and Spring term office hours:
Monday - Friday
8a - 5p
Summer Office Hours
Monday - Thursday
7:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Student Central (traditional): firstname.lastname@example.org
Main Campus Center (ADP/MED): email@example.com
DFW Center (ADP/MED): firstname.lastname@example.org
Houston Center (ADP/MED): email@example.com
North Lamar University Center (ADP): firstname.lastname@example.org
North Lamar University Center (MED): email@example.com
San Antonio Center (ADP/MED): firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Central: 512.313.1700
Main Campus Center: 512.313.2702
DFW Center: 817.810.0227
Houston Center: 281.484.5846
N. Lamar Univ. Center: 512. 313.5698
San Antonio Center: 210.737.8758