Concordia College at Moorhead is a private and Christian liberal arts school that is associated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church. Undergraduate research opportunities are available and culminate with a presentation at the Celebration of Student Scholarship. Students can also audition for any of the 19 major music ensembles like The Concordia Choir, The Concordia Band and The Concordia Orchestra, even if they are not a music major. In fact, the music department has three times more non-majors than music majors. Additionally, Concordia students can apply for one of many music scholarships and receive up to $25,000 per year. Concordia accordingly exhibits an annual Christmas concert, which has been a tradition since 1927.
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Evangelical Lutheran Church
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Most of the teachers are very friendly, open-minded and supportive. It has a strong arts and communications department. It is in a small town and is great for people who want to feel at home.
Thain from Moorhead, MN
Great professors that are engaging and trying to make students look at world issues and engagement. The class sizes are very small on average and you can be a student with a name opposed to just a number compared to larger campuses. Overall, the campus is inviting and rigorous but its what you pay for.
Jesse from Moorhead, MN
The classes are small, which allows for closer interactions with the professors. It also allows you to get to know your classmates better. The close-knit community allows for a sense of home, togetherness and a better learning community.