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AAC&U report favors liberal arts graduates.
Report concludes that employers "overwhelmingly" endorse broad learning as the best preparation for long-term career success.Report Summary
A Concordia education is about so much more than the diploma that comes at the end. It's about becoming a globally engaged, responsible person. It's about being challenged and growing as an individual. It's about making a difference in the world, and meeting some of your best friends along the way.
And we want to do everything we can to make your dream of becoming a Cobber a reality.
We teach the whole student. With the way our world and economy is right now, graduates need to be prepared for any number of outcomes and any number of opportunities.
Grant Systems Coordinator, Saint Paul Public Schools Foundation
Sociology and Political Science Major
For me, being a sociology major gave me opportunities that I never thought I would have as an undergraduate student. I went with faculty to Scotland to learn how to write an ethnography on a subculture, and I presented research on sustainability in higher education with faculty at the Social Science History Association Conference in Vancouver, Canada.
Director of Worship, Arts and Service at Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd in Olympia, Wash.
Psychology Major; Neuroscience and Chemistry Minors
My liberal arts education and experiences at Concordia prepared me to see life as something to be investigated and lived, rather than a series of checkpoints on a planned path.
Nursing and Religion Major
I’ve been able to do everything I’ve wanted to do at Concordia. Because of my experiences, I know that I will be able to serve others by combining my passions for healing and interfaith issues.
Kindergarten Teacher at Hennepin Elementary School
Elementary Education Major
I visited Concordia and absolutely fell in love with its close community feeling, its mission of BREW (Becoming Responsibly Engaged in the World), the abundance of academic and extracurricular opportunities, and the support system that immediately made me feel at home.
Communication and Political Science Major
A liberal arts education is really valuable – you don't just go to school to get a job. There is much more to education than that. It empowers you to think.
Students who show academic achievements and a strong potential for success at Concordia College are automatically granted renewable scholarships ranging from $11,000 to $17,000 per year.Learn More
Based on your high school GPA and standardized test scores, Concordia automatic and competitive academic scholarships that cover all or part of Concordia tuition.Learn More
If you excel in a performing art, you could audition for one of our performing arts scholarships. Each scholarship has slightly different criteria, so be sure to read the requirements thoroughly.Learn More