Concordia’s Christian perspective is woven into the student experience. The Concordia experience is provided in an environment -- from the faculty to the hallmates on your floor -- that richly supports the Christian growth of our students. It's who we are and who we have been since 1894.
Concordia provides a tight-knit community where it’s impossible to get lost in the crowd. With over half of students coming from outside Nebraska, there are always friends around and plenty to do, even on the weekends.
At Concordia, we spend time preparing a financial aid package for each individual student who applies. The best way to see exactly what aid you’ll receive (and determine how much it will cost to attend) is to start by completing the free application for admission here.
More than 99% of Concordia students receive some kind of financial aid. For fall 2013 freshman, our average financial aid offer not including loans was $15,253.
For the 2013-14 school year, Concordia’s base tuition and fees are $24,750. A dorm room and meals are $6,700 for a total cost of $31,450.
Our faculty have chosen to teach in a place where they can truly get to know their students by name and guide each one through the process of discovery and preparation for a career.
96% of Concordia graduates have gained employment within six months of graduation compared to a national average of 50%.
Concordia's placement rate was calculated from 2011 survey responders. The national rate was reported on on April 23, 2012 by Hope Yen of the Associated Press.
With more than 50 rigorous academic programs taught by highly-qualified professors—not teaching assistants or graduate students—our students receive an excellent education and the support to lead and serve even before they graduate.