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Standardized tests might feel like just a mind-numbing activity that robs you of half a Saturday. But the ACT and SAT are important tools to help colleges assess your academic abilities.
Chris Cartwright ’19 dedicated his summer to helping the community with Churches United for the Homeless.
College can feel daunting in all aspects and comes with a surplus of questions like: Where do I start? How do I apply or write essays? How will I pay for it?
Learn why Concordia students are taking the It's On Us pledge.
Concordia sent forth 437 new alumni with bachelor’s degrees and 15 with master’s degrees during commencement 2019.
Dr. Leila Zakhirova dicussing political science with her students outside of the classroom
Students in education courses use iPads in class
First-year students work in a garden for a Hands for Change service project
The research opportunities are endless – what are you waiting for?
President of Heartland Trust Co. Brian Halverson '06 in a business meeting
All four choirs and the orchestra making music in the annual Concordia Christmas Concert
Neuroscience major Sara Whiteman '18 in the Integrated Science Center
Piano recital dedicated to Ruth Thorsrud in Christiansen Recital Hall