Grants at Concordia
Institutional, federal and state need-based grants are available to all incoming students based on demonstrated financial need and vary in amount. In order to be eligible for need-based aid, you must show demonstrated financial need by filing FAFSA annually. Awarded federal, state and institutional aid are taken into consideration when determining need-based grant levels.
TEACH Grant Program
The Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grant Program provides grants up to $4,000 per year to students who agree to serve as full-time teachers in a high-need field for four years in a public or private elementary school, secondary school or educational service agency that serves students from low-income families.TEACH Grant Program
Federal grants are available to all incoming students based on demonstrated financial need and vary in amount. In order to be eligible for need-based aid, you must show demonstrated financial need by filing your FAFSA annually.
Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)
This is another federal award based on financial need and students are required to complete an FAFSA to determine eligibility. Students must qualify for a Federal Pell Grant in order to be eligible. Concordia will award to students according to their financial need. Once you complete a FAFSA, there are no other application you need to complete.
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.
Concordia provides excellent academics in a Christ-centered community for an affordable price. It’s a model that puts students first, and organizations across the United States are taking notice. We're honored to receive national recognition for our commitment to students.