Located at the gateway to the College District of St. Paul, Concordia University is a comprehensive Christian liberal arts university where Christ is honored and all are welcome.
Concordia delivers an educational experience that is responsive to the needs of our students, relevant to the demands of the job market, and provides real preparation for thoughtful living and dedicated service, so that our students can achieve personal and career success. Backgrounds, cultural heritage and ages of students may vary widely, yet all have found a welcoming, accepting place to grow academically, spiritually and interpersonally.
At Concordia University, you are part of a close-knit, caring community that encourages you to explore your interests and abilities and to achieve your goals. Our students learn together in a supportive and collaborative setting. Students learn to care about one another and often form friendships that last a lifetime.
Concordia University at a Glance
- Undergraduate: 1,752
- Graduate: 1,230
- Student/faculty ratio: 15:1
- Average class size: 15
- Number undergraduate majors: 48
- 78% White, 10% Black, 3% Hispanic, 6% Asian, 3% Multiracial, <1% American Indian/Alaskan Native, <1% Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
First-Year Student Profile
- Average ACT score: The middle 50% of enrolled students had ACT composite scores between 19 and 24. 93% of students presented the ACT as part of their applications.
- Average SAT score: Middle 50% ranges for SAT Math: 440-500, SAT Reading: 410-520, SAT Writing: 430-460. 4% of students submitted the SAT as part of their applications.
- High school GPA: 3.19
- Percentage from Minnesota: 77%
- Percentage who live on campus: 77%
- 2013-14 undergraduate tuition and fees: $19,700
- Room and board: $7,750
- Percentage first-time undergraduates receiving financial-aid: 99%
Adult Undergraduate tuition and fees: Varies by program; ranges from $385-$410 per credit
Graduate tuition and fees: Varies by program; ranges from $358-575 per credit
- Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod