About Concordia University, Nebraska

Concordia University, Nebraska, founded in 1894, is a fully accredited, coeducational university located in Seward, Nebraska. Concordia currently serves more than 2,300 students from across the United States and several foreign countries. Concordia University, Nebraska offers offer more than 50 undergraduate programs and 20 graduate programs taught by caring professors in an active, Christ-centered community.

Honor Society

English and communication honor societies induct members at Concordia

Concordia's chapters of Sigma Tau Delta and Pi Kappa Delta inducted new members this week. Sigma Tau Delta is a national honor society for students studying English. Pi Kappa Delta is a national honor society for students involved in communication classes and forensics.

about 7 hours ago
Drama or Musical Achievement

Music ensembles ring in Christmas season at Concordia

The Concordia Chamber Orchestra, jazz ensembles and handbell choirs showcase Concordia's musical talents during their December concerts.

about 8 hours ago
Drama or Musical Achievement

Concordia musical ensembles perform with high school honor musicians

High school students from across the country performed in an honor choir and honor band as part of Musical Arts Day, Friday, Nov. 7, on the Concordia University, Nebraska campus. The day culminated in an evening concert in the Physical Education Building with the University A Cappella Choir and U...

14 days ago
Drama or Musical Achievement

Concert Band and Brass Ensemble play variety of musical styles at Nov. 18 concert

The Concordia Concert Band and Concordia Brass Ensemble perform a joint concert at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 18, at St. John Lutheran Church in Seward, Nebraska.

17 days ago
Drama or Musical Achievement

Forensics performers from Concordia earn third, fifth in Kansas meet

Two members of Concordia University, Nebraska's forensics team earned high places at the Dragon/Loper Rodeo Swing meet in Hutchinson, Kansas, on Nov. 1. Emily Kollbaum and Melonie Kotschwar placed third in Duo, and Kollbaum placed fifth in Program of Oral Interpretation.

17 days ago