Concord University was founded in 1872.
Concord University provides rigorous programs which prepare students to pursue various graduate study and career options and to assume leadership and professional roles in a multicultural society.
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Concord University has a rich tradition of research and scholarly inquiry. Students have the opportunity to engage in original research and collaborate with faculty members both in and outside of the classroom. Explore our web site for more information about Research at Concord including the Human Subjects Review Board, Undergraduate Research Day, Committee on Research and links to the McNair Scholars Program and Office of Sponsored Programs.
The Office of Student Affairs has the major responsibility for student life at Concord. Facilities, programs, and services within the Office are designed to extend and enhance the academic curriculum. Student Affairs works to facilitate the personal development of an increasingly diversified student body. The Office of Student Affairs encourages each student to become involved in the process of his or her own education, development, and personal growth.
Concord provides on-campus housing and meal plans.
The library is a partial depository for United States government documents; maintains a significant collection of West Virginia historical materials, preserves a Concord University archival collection, and is home to the Wells Goodykoontz Collection of autographed portraits and photographs of presidents and other well-known personalities.
The IT Help Desk is Concord University’s single point of contact for all technology related issues for students, faculty, and staff. If you encounter a problem with anything from accessing email to using Blackboard or Banner, the IT Help Desk is here to offer the technology support that you need.
Concord students may be able to receive free health care in some instances.
Concord University is a four-year public liberal arts university located in Athens, West Virginia, about an hour and a half from Charleston, West Virginia, and Roanoke, Virginia. Airports in both cities offer flights to and from many major U.S. cities.
Concord University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission