For 137 years, Concordia has educated students for lives of Christian leadership and service, uniquely developing people to step out into the world ready to make an uncommon impact. While our mission has expanded over the years, our commitment to this core purpose remains.
Concordia University is dedicated to providing our students with experiences they can carry with them long after they graduate. Our renowned Research Program promotes student learning and faculty mentorship by providing the resources and support needed to engage you in meaningful undergraduate research work.
At Concordia, we believe that you have been called “to share your gifts and talents in the service of others, to make an uncommon impact in a common world.” For those of us who work in the Center for Academic Advising & Career Engagement (CAACE), we get to help you take that from an abstract statement and mold it into tangible works; what we call ‘vocation.’ Whether you are a student who has always known “what you want to do when you grow up” or have long been undecided about your academic and career plans, we want to accompany you on this vocational journey.
The administrative offices at Concordia University Wisconsin (CUW) work tirelessly behind the scenes to keep things here running seamlessly. From our Alumni Association to our Registrar, they’re a valuable resource for addressing your specific needs.
As a campus resident you'll find:
The Rincker Memorial Library at Concordia University Wisconsin prides itself in providing our students, faculty, and staff the scholastic print, electronic, and audio/visual resources they need. Here you’ll find research information perfect for freshmen year assignments and doctoral works alike.
The Information Technology Office is responsible for telephone, data network, central computing, and instructional technology support.
The central computing services include:
Your health and well-being is of utmost importance to us – as a student, yes, but first and foremost as a child of God. It’s good to know you have access to our on-campus Health and Counseling centers for any health needs you may have as a student at CUW.
Our main campus is located on 200 acres of beautiful Lake Michigan shoreline at 12800 N. Lake Shore Drive, Mequon.
This “faith muscle” is one we encourage all of our students—including our student-athletes—to stretch often during their time at Concordia. With about a third of our undergraduate population committed to one of the university’s 30 NCAA DIII teams, Concordia has put in place several opportunities for athletes to grow in mind, body, and spirit.
Concordia University Wisconsin is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.