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Concordia Nebraska can provide you with the excellent, rigorous academic foundation you need to be successful no matter where your interest lies. With more than 100 undergraduate, graduate and professional academic programs to choose from, you’ll have the opportunity to study at the highest level, discover your passions and apply your knowledge in ways that will change the world.
Concordia University, Nebraska is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, a regional accreditation agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.
Students who graduate from Concordia University, Nebraska have a distinct advantage when pursuing their career choices. By grounding our curriculum in the Lutheran tradition, Concordia can offer you an education grounded in rigorous academic excellence, but also rich in faith and life experiences, making our graduates uniquely suited to pursue a higher purpose in all their vocations in life, including their career.
Concordia's Career Services Office is your first stop for all things career-related. Here, you can find career counseling and career exploration using quality assessment tools and resources to help you discover and live out your vocations.
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Concordia University, in accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, does not discriminate in the recruitment, admission, or treatment of students. Students with documented disabilities are legally entitled to request modifications, accommodations, or auxiliary aids that will enable them to participate in and benefit from all postsecondary programs and activities.
The health center is dedicated to providing basic, high quality, holistic health care that is easily accessible and responsive to your health needs. At the health center, we are here to help you recover from illness, but we also want to go beyond that by helping students learn how to prevent health-related problems and to achieve optimal wellness.
After your scholarships, grants and other forms of aid are factored in, you may find that you need to borrow money from a lender to make up the rest of the cost of your college tuition. Federal student loans and carefully considered private loans are both great options to cover the investment in your future.
With our Net Price Calculator, you can calculate your estimated costs to attend Concordia and see for yourself how a private, Christ-centered education can be within reach.
Federal regulations require each educational institution of higher learning to have a written policy for the refund and repayment of aid received by students who withdraw from all classes during a term for which aid has been received. These policies are effective only if the student completely terminates enrollment (for example, the student voluntarily withdraws from all courses or is dismissed from all classes).
Private loans are credit-based loans from private lenders available to assist families with educational expenses. Interest rates, fees, and loan terms will vary depending on the lender chosen and private loans will most likely be more expensive than federal loans. Consider private loans, after all other federal and institutional aid opportunities are exhausted.
With the majority of Concordia's students living on campus, there is always something going on both during the week and on the weekends. Many of our students come from out of state, meaning they stick around during the weekends. The Student Activities Council regularly schedules fun activities and events like concerts, comedic performances, dances and much more.
If you’ve taken classes at another college or university and want to transfer those credits to Concordia University, Nebraska, you’re in good company. In just the last five years, we've transferred nearly 30,000 credits from more than 150 colleges and universities. We'll help you find the plan that helps you pursue your passions while making the most of the credits you’ve already earned.
Each and every one of our full-time undergraduate students receives financial aid. The cost to attend Concordia is similar to what you would pay at a large public university in the Midwest.