Meet Our Students
There’s no such thing as a typical Concordia student. In fact, we think each of our students is extraordinary. They arrive at Concordia College with a unique set of hopes, dreams, viewpoints, and life experiences.
Then something amazing happens. Bonds are made between students and faculty who form mentoring relationships, minds are opened, friendships grow that are life-lasting—and a true community in every sense of the word emerges.
College is the once-in-a-lifetime experience where you have the opportunity to share a community with people from around the country and the world. As a result, you’ll be immersed in a true melting pot of culture, thought, and experience. This is the kind of community that will enrich and empower your academic and life experience. And, Concordia is the kind of college where relationships happen easily, where everybody fits in, and where you can become part of something much larger than yourself.
Concordia Student Statistics:
Total Enrollment: Approximately 950 students
From the U.S.: 25 states
From Abroad: 34 countries
Student Finances: More than 90% receive financial aid
Students-on-Campus: Approximately 60% of Concordia students live on campus
Student/Faculty Ratio: 13:1, average class size of 17 students
Days a Week Students Dine with Faculty: 7
Student Athletes: 30%
Average Time Spent Studying: 20 hours a week
Pounds of Chicken Cutlets Served in The Commons: 9,360 per year
Ounces of Soda Consumed in The Commons: 2,267,200 a year.
Where Upper-Level Students Live: Historic residences in our neighborhood
Student Hot Spots: Your best friend’s residence hall room, that big black leather chair in the library, the Brickyard, Schoenfeld game room and lounge, Chapel, and The Commons
Favorite Events: Ongoing Homeless Runs; Band Bash; Midnight Pancake Stress Break; the Talent Show; Campus Coffee House & Open Mic Night, Monte Carlo Night, Homecoming Parade
Typical Involvement: Residence Assistant; soprano in Cantate Choir; lead role in a Concordia Players’ production; fullback for soccer; yearbook photographer; blood drive coordinator; intramural dodgeball champ