In Summer 2020, Concordia took a courageous and creative approach to the price of tuition. Tuition was lowered by more than 35% to clarify the direct cost of attendance and, more importantly, showcase the great value of a Concordia education. 

Most importantly, this change provides a sharp focus on the primary factor students and families are seeking in their college experience — and that is finding the greatest value for their college investment.

A Concordia College education is rooted in the deep commitment the college has for providing a transformational experience to every one of our students through learning, working, and leadership.

That is the VALUE of a Concordia College education.

Three Schools, One College

Offutt School of Business

“I always wanted my own small business, and the pandemic presented an opportunity to reach people in my community and beyond. I was able to discuss my WORK in my business classes and get support from my professors and classmates.”

— Brenna Mjoness ’22

School of Arts and Sciences

“As the first Muslim Interfaith Scholar, I was able to LEAD conversations to bridge differences and create environments that foster shared understanding for our students and our community.”

— Avyan Mejdeen ’22

Students Who Learn, Work, Lead

Teaching the Next Generation

Determined to spark change in Indigenous communities through teaching, Morgan LaRocque ’24 recounts her internship experience with the local Indian Education Program.

Rewarding Research

Continuing his passion for research, senior Zach Strickland spent his summer in Sioux Falls, S.D., working to better understand a rare neurodegenerative disease.

Becoming Responsibly Engaged in our Nation’s Capital

After an internship in the Lutheran College Washington Semester program, Dreyton Rud ’22 was offered a full-time position on Capitol Hill following graduation.