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Financial Aid

Concordia University Online believes that the talents, hopes, and ambitions of our students are among the most valuable resources our church and nation possess. With this in mind, Concordia continues to promote scholarship, loan, and employment opportunities for its qualified, deserving students who must find funds to attend college. Learn More

Scholarships

We’re excited to offer four new scholarships exclusively for adult and post-traditional learners. Ranging from $150-$500 per three-credit course, these scholarships can be applied to a variety of programs and are available to employees of our corporate and academic partners, Concordia alumni, and employees of qualifying Christian schools and churches.

To see if you qualify for these scholarships, connect with an admission counselor today.

Tuition

Tuition costs can be found on their respective program pages.

Questions?

Whether you have questions about an online degree program, or if you are looking for some more information to determine if Concordia University Online is the right fit for you, our admissions team is able to answer all of your questions. It’s that easy. Concordia University makes every effort to assist a student through his or her years of college.

Guidelines

Please review these Financial Aid guidelines:

  • The financial aid application must be filed with the Office of Financial Aid by March 30. Late applications will be accepted and funded according to the availability of Concordia funds.
  • Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) are encouraged to be filed between January 1 and April 1 in order to assure a timely application.
  • Renewal of scholarships, grants, campus employment, and loans depends upon Financial Aid, and the availability of funds and renewal criterion, including FAFSA results.
  • Any award or any portion thereof may be either declined by a student or revoked by Concordia if such assistance is not to the advantage of the student or the University.
  • As funds available must be divided among all deserving students, grants, scholarships, employment, or loans may not always be renewed in their original amounts.
  • You must be making satisfactory academic progress as defined below and maintain at least a 2.00 grade point average.
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