Concordia University Ann Arbor, founded in 1963, is a Lutheran, liberal arts university located on the banks of the Huron River, three miles from the city center of Ann Arbor, Michigan - a bustling and well-educated college town.
The sprawling, 187-acre central campus (with an additional 10-acres at the North Building, just north of central campus) is home to 1,200 undergraduate and graduate students as one of the fastest-growing private universities in the Midwest.
Students can choose from 40 undergraduate majors and 28 masters degrees within five academic schools: Arts and sciences, business, education, health professions, and nursing. Over 99% of all full-time undergraduate students receive some sort of financial aid. Twenty-five NAIA intercollegiate sports are offered; esports and men's and women's ice hockey are the newest programs.
Transformation of the riverside campus continues as the university has completed construction on Cardinal Stadium (2015), an 84,500-square foot North Building acquisition (2015), a complete Kreft Center for the Arts renovation (2015), and the completion of the Thunder Sports Complex (2019) with additional updates throughout the campus.
Learn more about Concordia University Ann Arbor's commitment to developing students for mind, body, and spirit for service to Christ in the Church and the world at www.cuaa.edu.
Concordia University’s Core Values and Mission Statement express the university’s enduring purpose and identity; its very reason for existence as a place of Lutheran higher education. A shared fidelity to this central purpose guides Concordia’s academic schools, programs, and initiatives.
Concordia University Ann Arbor is a Lutheran higher education community committed to helping students develop in mind, body, and spirit for service to Christ in the Church and the world.