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A message from Rev. Dr. Ryan Peterson, Vice President of Administration

"We’ve been praying for you. We’ve been preparing for you. And we’ll see you on campus face to face. It will be a great moment."

Pastor Ryan


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Vaccine and mask policy


COVID-19 vaccinations are still the safest and most effective way to prevent serious illness or death related to the virus and any variants. While Concordia is not mandating vaccinations, we highly encourage them. Please consider getting your vaccination.


Due to the rise of COVID-19 cases in our county and throughout the nation, and following current CDC guidelines, all employees, students, and guests, regardless of vaccination status, are required to wear masks or face coverings in indoor settings beginning Monday, August 16.

The requirement will be reevaluated every week through the fall semester.

These guidelines are in place to care for one another and protect the health of our students and employees. By requiring everyone to wear masks, regardless of vaccination status, we give our community more time to be fully vaccinated as we come together from all over the nation and internationally. Criteria for amending the masking guidelines include local transmission rates, local and state guidelines, rates of infection on campus, and vaccination rates of students and employees on campus.

Resident students will not be required to wear a mask within the student’s residence hall room. Presently, there are no plans for restrictions on the size of activities or group gatherings, including no physical distancing.

3 John 13-14: I had much to write to you, but I would rather not write with pen and ink. I hope to see you soon, and we will talk face to face.