Concordia at a Glance
Founded in 1881, Concordia College is a four-year, coeducational institution offering a Christ-centered, value-oriented, liberal arts education for lives of service to church and community. Part of the Concordia University System, Concordia is affiliated with The Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod.
Programs of Study
The Concordia Experience engages students in a comprehensive, interdisciplinary curriculum combined with real-world experiential learning opportunities, encompassing dynamic programs— Biology, Business, Education, English, Health Studies, Liberal Studies, Nursing, Social Sciences, and Social Work. The Concordia Experience leads to countless career paths—to real living, not just making a living.
Students and Faculty
Our students come from 25 states and more than 34 countries worldwide. A dedicated and talented faculty--more than 75% of whom hold the highest degrees in their respective field of study--comprise a student-to-professor ratio of 13 to 1.
Awards, merit scholarships, Lutheran grants and scholarships, need-based financial aid, and more make Concordia a valuable and affordable investment. Over 90% of our students receive some form of financial aid.
Approximately 60% of our students live on campus, forming an active, closely-knit community involved in all aspects of college life—student organizations, athletics, community outreach, and performance ensembles. From daily chapel to servant events, spiritual life activities invite students to put faith into practice.
The Concordia Clippers are members of NCAA Division II and compete in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference in men’s baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, and tennis; women’s basketball, cross country, soccer, softball, tennis, and volleyball.
A smart, fun, and safe place to attend college, our campus is set in the quaint, affluent village of Bronxville, New York, a little less than 30 minutes from New York City.
Concordia College is accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. Click here for more on accreditation.