The Concordia Annual Fund allows the college to meet emerging needs, explore new opportunities and respond to unexpected challenges. The gift you give today supports the work of the college immediately, funding the areas below in need of the most support.
Hometown: Fargo, ND
Biology, Chemistry and Psychology
"I am deeply grateful for your generosity in donating this money to students. You are allowing another young soul to experience the life of a Cobber and someday I hope to give back to Concordia just as you do. No thanks in the world could describe how incredibly thankful I am for the gift you have given me. It's people like you that motivate me and remind me that I have been given a blessing. I will strive to be everything I possibly can and to follow my goals, work hard, and never give up. "
Hometown: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
"I am very thankful for the great God who opened door for me to come to the U.S from a third world country and receive a quality education. Following that, I am deeply thankful for your generosity that is allowing me to experience all these. Its through such supports that I am becoming even more inspired to influence the affairs of world."
Hometown: Champlin, MN
Elementary Education, Special Education
"With this scholarship, you have helped with my financial burden. I am able to pursue my dream of becoming an elementary education teacher to help other students reach their potential to pursue their dreams, as well as have the opportunity to travel to Australia. You have inspired me to help other students achieve their goals by giving back to Concordia when I graduate. Thank you for all your support."
Hometown: Moorhead, MN
Communication Studies, Multimedia Journalism
"Your generous donation allows me to receive a high-quality education at Concordia College, as well as meet extraordinary people and become involved with Concordia's Office of Admissions, Academic Enhancement and Writing Center, student blog, and choir program. I am deeply grateful for the many opportunities I have had so far in my time at Concordia, as well as those which I have yet to experience. None of these would be possible without donors like you."