Established in 1891, Concordia College was founded by a small group Norwegian-American Lutherans. From its start in a second hand building with three professors and twelve students Concordia has grown into a highly regarded liberal arts college.
Our academics are designed to develop your critical and creative thinking skills while giving you a broad perspective on the world and its people. Earn your degree at a place that will give you the tools to get real-life experiences and prepare for life after graduation.
Choose from 50+ majors and 12 pre-professional programs. If you're not sure which academic path is right for you, no worries. We'll help you explore.
At Concordia, students conduct high-level research in everything from neutron detection and space science to art and religion – gaining cutting-edge knowledge and the high-level analytical skills required for success in graduate school and the workplace.
Concordia faculty members are nationally known experts who regularly involve students in research and scholarship activities often reserved for graduate students at large universities – developing research ideas, planning and carrying out projects, and serving as co-authors of scholarly works.
Concordia College relies on the committed service of 169 full-time faculty, 50 part-time faculty and more than 400 staff to fulfill its mission to "influence the affairs of the world by sending into society thoughtful and informed men and women dedicated to the Christian life."
The Global Student Satisfaction Awards empower students across the globe to determine the best universities of 2021. Universities with a score above 4.0 (out of 5) in any of the 8 award categories, receive Badges of Excellence. Congratulations!
The Office of Student Support promotes the success and well-being of students through direct student assistance, referral coordination, case management, consultation and intervention. Feel free to contact Lois Cogdill, dean of students, if you have concerns about your son or daughter and would like assistance. These concerns might relate to any number of areas such as health, academics, finances, mental health and/or personal issues.
We are about more than dorms and dining facilities. We're your home for the next four years. Whether you are living in a residence hall or townhouse, or close by in an off-campus apartment, we help you stay connected to the Concordia community.
Our mission is to provide a safe living environment that promotes personal growth, fosters student learning, and encourages community involvement.
The Carl B. Ylvisaker Library supports the mission of the college by providing quality information resources and advancing their effective use.
The ITS Solution Center assists students, faculty and staff with all basic personal computer issues free of charge. The ITS Help Staff is able to help students with connection issues, virus infections and other general computing questions on their personal computing devices.
The Health Services Office, located in Old Main 107, promotes the health and well-being of students by assisting them in becoming proactive caretakers of their own holistic health and supporting them in decision-making that enhances their physical and mental well-being.
The Concordia Campus boasts a multipurpose sports and fitness complex, swimming pool, ball fields, stadium and auditorium.
Student life at Concordia is more than just classwork. With more than 100 student clubs, 19 major music ensembles, champion athletic teams and more, your college experience is as unique as you.
Concordia College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
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