901 8th Street South, Moorhead, Minnesota 56562
218-299-4100 | www.concordiacollege.edu
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Concordia College and Concordia Language Villages are recognized leaders in global education—K-16 and beyond. A recipient of the Sen. Paul Simon Award for Campus Internationalization (by NAFSA), the college typically ranks in the nation's top 10, among all baccalaureate institutions, for number of students studying abroad.
Concordia’s stellar academic reputation also includes program distinction in the sciences, especially premed and other health professions. Abundant opportunities for one-on-one lab and field research with faculty mentors contribute significantly to an 88 percent medical school acceptance rate for Concordia graduates.
The acceptance rate for law school is 93 percent and Concordia ranks in the top 15 percent nationally among bachelor’s colleges for the number of graduates going on to earn doctorates.
The new Concordia College School of Business is a four-year undergraduate program featuring a dynamic blend of liberal arts learning and globally immersive business education. Instruction and internships involving top business leaders in a variety of fields gives the program “real world” credibility.
Concordia’s world-class music program features 17 performance ensembles involving one-third of the student body. Concordia Christmas concerts are broadcast each year on radio and television stations across the country. Varsity athletic programs in 20 men’s and women’s sports have produced an NCAA Woman of the Year finalist and seven NCAA Postgraduate Scholars in the last five years.
Student engagement also includes participation in LeadNow™, a nationally recognized leadership development program. Concordia is also home to one of the largest collegiate Habitat for Humanity chapters in the country.
Emphasizing “hands-on” experience and ethical leadership shaped by rigorous examination of faith and values across the curriculum, Concordia prepares graduates dedicated to leading change for the world’s greater good.