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Concordia is an excellent choice to further your education and offers a unique educational experience among Christian liberal arts universities. Regardless of who you are or where you're from, Concordia is a place for you to discover and grow. The classes you take will impact your future career. The activities you engage in will develop your leadership abilities. The friends you make will offer lifelong relationships. Your college experience as a whole will help shape the person you become, your values and ethics, and how you make decisions. 

At CTX, we encourage you to ask: Who am I?  Where am I headed?  What am I called to be?

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What is Concordia?
  • Founded in 1926
  • Private 4-year university
  • Affiliated with the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod
  • 389-acre main campus in northwest Austin
  • 4 other university centers in San Antonio, Houston, Fort Worth and central Austin off North Lamar
  • Accredited by the Southern Association of College and Schools Commission on Colleges.
  • 21 traditional undergraduate majors in 4 colleges: Business, Education, Liberal Arts, Science
  • Home to approximately 1,200 traditional undergraduates
  • 18:1 student to faculty ratio
  • Where 80% of students receive at least one form of financial aid
  • NCAA Division III Intercollegiate Athletics in baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, volleyball and track and field
Why should I consider Concordia?

Besides our statistical qualities, Concordia’s values encourage the success of each student here. We value learning; we value faith; we value discussion and the power of asking questions. That’s why we view education as a journey of discovering who you are and what you’re called to do, and then of getting equipped with the right knowledge and skills to be of influence no matter where you are.

So, consider the support and the care that Concordia offers to you and your education. Also consider your goals and needs to ensure you choose the college that is right for you. Making an informed college decision is important. Why? Where you go and what you do there will shape the rest of your life.


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