Because most of Concordia's students live on campus, a variety of events are going on at almost any given time. And many of our students come from out of state, which means they stay on campus during the weekends. Concordia's student activities council (SAC) regularly schedules fun activities and events such as concerts, comedians, dances, coffeehouses and much more. What has SAC cooked up now?
The admission office will host Summer Jump Start Visit Days on Monday, July 14, and Monday, July 21. These special visit days allow confirmed students a chance to take care of their finances and attend to other first-year issues before they arrive for Launch - Orientation Weekend.
We can hardly wait to see you again! Review the information provided to get ready for your return Concordia. Residence halls will be ready for the arrival of returning students beginning Sunday, Aug. 24.
New student orientation is scheduled for August 22-24, 2014. Launch Weekend is designed to help you to hit the ground running. You'll be able to get yourself settled, meet some amazing people and get valuable advice on the transition to college life at Concordia.
Each residence hall features in-room access to cable and the Internet, along with study spaces, laundry facilities and cozy lounges with big-screen televisions. In addition to these benefits, you’ll also have opportunities to participate in educational programs and fun group events with your floor mates.
Organizations are one way for students to get involved on campus. Many students join clubs that are related to their program of study, while others join help with projects on campus, or to work and serve with students beyond the classroom. From pre-professional to service-oriented groups, more than 25 different organizations offer an array of activities on and off campus.
Being on a residential campus, numerous opportunities are available for students to get to know other students on campus. What about fun away from campus? Check out what's available.
The Janzow Campus Center is the hub for much of student life at Concordia. A massive lounge on the first floor is a great place to meet a friend, read some mail or fire up your laptop and do a bit of Web surfing.
You’ll find a distinctive community of believers at Concordia University, Nebraska.
"There is an evidence of the spirit and a desire for growth in so many people here that wasn't at other campuses I visited. The atmosphere is very opportune for spiritual growth. Almost every night of the week, there is a devotional event for spiritual growth."
-- Molly Fischer, Lincoln, Neb.
Concordia's food service is operated by an international leader in dining services in the educational environment, Chartwells Dining.
Concordia’s intramural program provides participants — regardless of their degree of skill — opportunities for holistic growth through participation in a variety of sports and recreational activities. The intramural program also offers seasonal fitness classes including aerobics, water aerobics, and tae bo.
Concordia's beautiful new Walz Human Performance Complex has the latest equipment and space for you to stay fit.