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Meeting this moment with uncommon resolve

Thank you for your commitment to doing what it takes to keep our campus safe. Your resilience and tenacity are truly inspiring. Nearing the mid-point of a remarkable semester, Concordia’s President, Rev. Patrick T. Ferry, PHD, announces three important decisions that are designed to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in our community.

"Students, I want you to know that I pray for you daily. And I am inspired by your commitment to doing what it takes to keep our campus safe."

President Ferry


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For Students

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For Faculty/Staff

The OSSA team

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For Our Neighbors

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Our values for an uncommon return to campus

  • Concordia values its studentsand employees first and foremost.There is much we do not know about COVID-19. Because of this, we need to be cautious, while remaining calm. Our calling is to support and sustain the people God has gifted us to work with and for. This is our top priority.
  • Concordia values its community.We appreciate those with whom we live and work. Therefore, we choose to take steps to limit the spread of COVID-19 as an expression of whole-community care.
  • Concordia values global citizenship and integrity.We interact with thousands of students, faculty, and staff. By extension, this means we also “interact” with tens of thousands in the surrounding communities. A public health crisis requires a public health response, and we elect to do our part.
  • Concordia values health and whole person wellness.Mitigation response reduces the number of active COVID-19 cases, which in turn gives doctors, hospitals, police, schools, and vaccine manufacturers time to prepare and respond, without becoming overwhelmed. We will continue to make choices and adopt practices that err on the side of life, health, and wellness: mind, body, and spirit.
Romans 12:10 - Be devoted to one another in love. Honor one another above yourselves.
Remember to clean your hands
Remember social distancing
Remember to do the online screening