Discover a distinctly Christian community equipping you to live by faith.

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We strive to create a learning community that sees each student as a unique child of God, full of potential, and that invites people to approach their lives, learning and work with conviction, character, courage and compassion.

Dr. Bernard Bull, President

Why Concordia?

At Concordia University, Nebraska, you’ll be surrounded by peers, professors and a distinctive community of believers that will not only help you discover what you’re meant to do, but also the joy of being part of something bigger than yourself. By intentionally combining our Christian, Lutheran faith, rigorous academics and practical, real-life experiences, Concordia will help you fulfill a higher purpose in your vocations and your life.

Our Promises of a Lutheran Education

Concordia promises to always deliver a Lutheran, Christian higher education that will equip you not only with a set of skills and a degree, but also a sense of Christian vocation and purpose for the future, emphasizing the Christ-centered message of the Gospel in the higher education it delivers to its students.  


Guidance from faith-filled mentors

Grace freely given and received


Varied perspectives of the world, its inhabitants and cultures

Biblical perspectives to bring meaning and understanding

Community, Inquiry, Purpose and Wisdom inside a cross shaped like two overlapping infinity symbols


Gratefully utilize talents in service to others

Fully develop God-given gifts and talents


Apply skills & knowledge in harmony with character and faith

Navigate the intersection of faith and culture

Learn More About Our Promises

Concordia in Context

$29,000 Average amount of financial aid provided to each undergraduate student

100% Of full-time undergraduate students receive financial aid

98% Recent graduates attended graduate school or were employed within six months of graduation

14:1 Student to faculty ratio

15 LCMS-affiliated churches within 20 miles of campus

1,500 Weekly chapel attendees