Financial assistance

Federal Direct Stafford Student Loan Program - enables students to borrow federally insured loans through Concordia University.

Graduate Assistant - Periodically, positions are posted with the Graduate Office. This position allows a graduate student the opportunity to work for the University in a variety of areas for a stipend. Please contact the department for which you are interested in working to inquire of available Graduate Assistantships.

Veterans Educational Assistance - Concordia University is an approved educational institution at which students may receive veteran's benefits. Veterans should check with their local V.A. office for more information.
Employer Tuition Reimbursement - Concordia University works with employers to aid students with tuition reimbursement.

Application process

Students must complete the FAFSA. After the student enrolls for classes an award letter will be mailed to the student to accept or decline. Aid will disburse after the first week of classes or after the first assignment is submitted for online-learning students.

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Gainful Employment Act Disclosure

The United States Department of Education requires colleges and universities to disclose information about their Gainful Employment programs. Gainful Employment programs include any Title IV financial aid eligible certificate program that "prepares students for gainful employment in a recognized occupation." Below you will find information about Gainful Employment programs offered through Concordia University (OPEID: 003842).  Concordia’s gainful employment programs for the 2015-2016 academic year are below, and the college will continue to update this information as more Gainful Employment data become available.
Gainful Employment information for each program can be found below: