Oregon - United States
Concordia is a private, Christian, liberal arts university open to students of any faith. Nestled in the Pacific Northwest, Concordia University is committed to the dual purpose of preparing students for life and for a living.
Concordia provides a challenging, yet supportive learning environment where spirited intellectual inquiry strengthens our commitment to justice, compassion and moral integrity. We respect diversity, and integrate faith into every aspect of learning, service and life.
Concordia University Facts:
Concordia is a Christian University preparing leaders for the transformation of society.
Concordia is one of 10 universities founded by the Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod, and the only LCMS university in Oregon. We’ve been an integral part of the Pacific Northwest since 1905. Concordia is a Christian university that welcomes students from all faiths.
Concordia is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.
Concordia offers 25 undergraduate majors with concentrations in more than 20 fields. The College of Education, the College of Theology, Arts, & Sciences, and School of Management also offer post-graduate degrees.
Approximately 5,000 students; 60% female and 40% male.
17 to 1. The average class size is 20 students.
Six modern residence halls house approximately 500 students.
Construction was completed on both the George R. White Library & Learning Center and Concordia Place Apartments in 2009. The new athletic complex, Hilken Community Stadium, opened in 2012. Campus expansion plans include a residence hall and student center.
97% of students receive financial aid. The average freshman award is $10,000.
NAIA Intercollegiate Athletics
Women's basketball, cross country, softball, golf, soccer, track and field and volleyball.
Men's baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, and track and field.
Clubs and Organizations
Associated Students of Concordia University (ASCU), Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Hawai'i Club, Intramural Sports, Christian Life Ministries, Multicultural Club, Nursing Club, The Promethean (literary arts journal), Sigma Tau Delta (English honors society), Chi Beta Chi (business club), Student Service Corps, and many others.
Exercise and Sports
Business Administration (MBA)
Teaching English as a Second Language (TESOL)
For information please contact University.