About Concordia College

About Concordia College

Founded in 1881, Concordia is a college Where Worlds Meet. On its historic Bronxville campus and at off-site instructional locations, Concordia College celebrates diversity: of background, interests and life paths. At Concordia, students from all over the world and across the rich map of human experience engage with an ethics-infused, career-focused curriculum on their way to impacting the future through lives of passion, purpose and service. Concordia offers a variety of undergraduate, graduate, accelerated and pathway programs, including the innovative two-year Impact U program for students with intellectual disabilities. Concordia’s nursing program is among the top five in New York State for first-time NCLEX pass rates. With selective honors admission, Concordia’s Fellows have opportunities for deeper study and expression, and scholarships up to full tuition. Over 93% of Concordia students receive financial aid, and about a third are first-generation college students. Concordia Clipper teams compete in twelve NCAA Division II sports. Concordia Conservatory is a preeminent center for music education in Westchester and Fairfield counties. The Hoch Chamber Series presents top artists from the worlds of Broadway, jazz, and classical music. The OSilas Gallery mounts three major art exhibitions each year. The Sluberski Film Series, Jacobson Lecture Series, Business Breakfast, Books & Coffee, Dialogues on the Quad and other events engage students and the community with intellectual and artistic experiences. In 2019, Concordia was named to Money Magazine’s Best Colleges for Your Money list. The 2020 US News Best Colleges rankings named Concordia a Top Performer on Social Mobility for its success in graduating economically disadvantaged students.