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Tuition and Aid



A quality college education adds great value to a person's life and career, but many people fear that a private college education is too expensive. Our goal is to make the cost of higher education manageable for students and families.  

At Concordia, you will find a caring and knowledgeable Financial Aid Office helping students from all backgrounds to help meet the cost of attendance and considers a variety of information before formulating a student's financial aid award. We also help students explore financial aid options, check the status of awards and other aid, resolve issues, and make payment arrangements.

Concordia Admission


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of our Students Receive Financial Aid

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For Full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate students 

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Scholarships & Financial Aid 101

Wondering what types of aid are available? Start here and view our scholarships and more.


Concordia participates in the Federal Direct Loan Program, administering both Direct Student Loans and Direct Graduate and Parent Loans (PLUS).  In order to receive Federal Direct Loans, students must complete the FAFSA.  

Work Study

On-campus job opportunities are available to students, with priority given to those who qualify for the Federal College Work Study Program.  This program provides funds for part-time employment to help students finance the cost of post-secondary education.

Students eligible for Federal Work Study may be employed by Concordia College, a federal, state, or local public agency, private nonprofit organization.

Contact Financial Aid to assist you with the application process.  Once your financial aid package is in place and you have qualified for work study, our Career Development Center will assist you in finding employment.  Employment for FWS is not guaranteed, however priority is given when possible to students who are FWS eligible.