Undergraduate Cost and Financial Aid
Yes, we’re a private university. However, through scholarships and other financial aid, our students pay close to, or in some cases, less than students at larger public universities. Each of our full-time undergraduate students receives financial aid, which isn’t typical at public institutions.
At Concordia, you’ll get a private education at a similar cost to larger public universities. Not to mention perks like free parking (and plenty of parking spots) as well as free admission to athletic events.
|2023-24 Concordia Nebraska Costs|
|Student Services Fee||$700|
|Total Tuition and Room & Board||$49,550|
|Scholarships and Grants |
Amounts of academic, performance and/or need-based scholarships and grants vary for each student.
|Federal Direct Loan||($5,500)|
|Average Total Cost||$17,050|
*Average financial aid provided in 2020-21. Average total cost includes the Federal Direct Loan.
Your Private Education with Value(s)
Making Every Dollar Count
At Concordia, your investment goes directly to your academic experience, instead of housing and fees. You'll learn from professors, not assistants, who are experts in their fields and will equip you with the skills and knowledge you'll need to be successful in your vocation.
Here, you'll have countless opportunities to make an impact on campus and in the community. You'll have experiences outside of the classroom that can be hard to find at larger institutions.
Here, your professors are your biggest fans, cheering you on both inside and outside of the classroom. They know you as a person, not a student ID number, leading to meaningful relationships during your time on campus and beyond.
The value of a private education at Concordia comes at a similar cost when compared to large public universities in the Midwest*.
*Data compiled from the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System for 2021-22. These figures account for average financial aid provided to first-year students and are based on a student taking 18 credit hours. Exact amount of scholarships vary for each student.
U.S. & WORLD REPORT 2021-22
U.S. News & World Report 2021-22
Tuition & Indirect Costs
The cost of attendance reflects the amount of money a typical student is projected to need for school-related expenses during the academic year based on where they live and degree program.
Making College Affordable
The best way to make sure your college experience is as affordable as possible is to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Not only will a completed FAFSA streamline the college financial aid process and earn you federal aid in the form of grants and loans, it also helps Concordia figure out how much you can earn in financial aid and scholarships from us.
Student Success Is Our Priority
Your success at Concordia is not just defined by your GPA, but how you’re equipped to make an impact in your career and throughout your life. We’re committed to providing you the academic and spiritual tools you’ll need to be successful in all facets of your life.
A Private Education With Value(s)
You’ll find a more meaningful college experience at Concordia, where you’ll be part of a supportive campus community as you study your passions and prepare to make a positive impact in the world. Through generous scholarships and financial aid packages, your tuition at Concordia will be similar to what you will find at a large public university.
Expand Your Mind
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.