By The Numbers
*For full-time, traditional undergraduate students
|1:1||Students to laptops on campus*|
|82%||Tenure track faculty with terminal degrees|
|46.2%||Students graduating with honors in May 2010|
|49||Liberal arts majors offered|
|$25,548||Average financial aid awarded to CSP students in 2009-10|
|$9.9||Million Scholarships and grants awarded to CSP students in 2006-07|
|1||Sculpture titled "Crowned Column" by renowned sculptor Paul Granlund|
|8,232||Hours given by students last year to service-learning and volunteering|
|654||Students participating in service-learning projects last year|
|15||NCAA Division II sports for men & women|
|27||NSIC conference regular season and tournament championships|
|4||NCAA Division II National Championships|
|5||mins Maximum time required to get to class from any parking space on campus|
|500||Free printouts/copies students get each semester|
|11:00am||Time of day Chapel is offered for students, faculty and staff every weekday|
|118||Years Concordia has been operated under the auspices of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod|
|002347||Concordia's FAFSA code (ACT code: 2106; SAT code: 6114)|
|18||Fortune 500 companies headquartered in the Twin Cities|
*For full-time, traditional undergraduate students
- More than 135,000 items are available to students in the Concordia library, including 72,870 book titles,and 3,065 curriculum titles.
- More than 7,800 titles in library's children's literature and curriculum collection.
- Access to more than 2 million items through the collections of member college libraries in the Twin Cities. Concordia is a member of CLICnet (Cooperating Libraries in Consortium).
- Laptop computers for all full-time, traditional undergraduate students with 24/7 access to vast web resources.
- More than 1,200 laptop computers in use on campus during the academic year.
- Student laptop software is upgraded each year;hardware is replaced on a two-year cycle.
- The current student laptop image includes the Microsoft Office suite: Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher,Outlook email, Explorer for Internet access.
- Founded in 1893
- Operated under the auspices of The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod
- One of 10 institutions throughout the United States that comprise the Concordia University System
- As of Fall 2009
- 1,171 Traditional Undergraduate
- For Traditional Undergraduates
- Students come to Concordia from 42 different states and 3 foreign countries
- 86% from the State of Minnesota
- 659 Women, 512 Men
- 619 Accelerated Degree and Continuing Studies
- 1,026 Graduate
- 2,816 Total enrollment
- One of the best values in private colleges in Minnesota
- 100 percent of the freshmen who applied for financial aid received assistance in some form for fall semester 2009
- Average award for fall 2009 freshmen was $24,500 ($15,400 in scholarships and grants)
- Over 40% graduated with honors in May 2009:
- 14% Summa Cum Laude (3.90-4.00 GPA and at least 64 credits earned at CSP)
- 12% Magna Cum Laude (3.75-3.89 GPA and at least 64 credits earned at CSP)
- 9% Cum Laude (3.60-3.74 GPA and at least 64 credits earned at CSP)
- 6% High Distinction (3.90-4.00 GPA and fewer than 64 credits earned at CSP)
- 3% Distinction (3.75-3.89 GPA and fewer than 64 credits earned at CSP)
- 38.9% Lutheran
- 22.1% Other Protestant faiths
- 11.9% Roman Catholic
- 8.6% Other faith traditions
- 14.1% Faith not disclosed
- 4.4% No religious affiliation
- 62.8% Caucasian
- 11.4% African-American
- 11.4% Asian/Pacific Islander
- 4.2% Multiracial
- .4% American Indian
- 1.5% Hispanic
- 8.4% Ethnicity undisclosed
- Concordia's emphasis on service-learning makes specific volunteer projects part of the class requirement.
- 581 students participated in service-learning projects.
- 333 students participated in volunteer service unrelated to coursework.
- Students committed 9,000 hours to service-learning and volunteering in the local community in 2008-09 year.
- International study or internship experiences are an important enrichment to the learning experience.
- Approximately 75 students embarked on national and international study trips and internships including to Thailand, England, Mexico and Israel
- A Concordia-issued photo identification card gives you access to many on campus services:
- Access to residence hall
- Check out library books
- Access to fitness center
- Food service at Dining Hall
- Debit card function gives you access to your student account for use at student union, bookstore or campus laundry facilities.
- Four on-campus residence halls: Luther and Wollaeger are traditional-style halls, Hyatt Village is suite-style and the Residence Life Center is apartment style.
- All residence hall rooms have wireless internet, local telephone and cable television service.
- Approximatly 500 students can live in the residence halls
- 85% of first-year students live on-campus
- Wireless access to the web is available in residence hall lounges and rooms.
- Off-campus apartment housing available for married students and students with families.
- Five different meal plan options are available for residence hall students in 2008-09; commuter meal plan also available.