Founded in faith. Priced within reason.
Concordia University, St. Paul is proud to announce a $10,000 tuition decrease for traditional undergraduate students for the 2013-14 academic year, bringing our tuition from $29,700 to $19,700. Nothing will be eliminated from the educational experience in or outside the classroom to accommodate this tuition reset.
We feel called to bring transparency to the marketplace by stating a tuition price that more closely reflects our traditional undergraduate students’ real cost prior to the awarding of need-based aid. We remain committed to LCMS congregation members by offering a $1,000 Lutheran Heritage Scholarship for traditional undergraduates.
We anticipate that the tuition decrease will make Concordia a more attractive option for prospective traditional undergraduate students and families during their college search process. We hope you will share our pride in adopting one of the lowest tuition prices for traditional undergraduates among the Concordia University System and Minnesota private colleges while retaining the high-quality education students have experienced for nearly 120 years.
We are thankful to the Lord for placing us in a position of strength to serve our students and their families with this affordability initiative. Please pray for us as we continue to provide students an education founded in faith and priced within reason. In addition to prayers, you can encourage your congregation members and others to consider an education from Concordia University, St. Paul, which is now an even better value investment. You can also refer a student
via our website.
Learn more about our initiative at www.csp.edu/value
or in the fall 2012 issue of the “Concordia St. Paul”
Lutheran Heritage Scholarship for LCMS Members
A scholarship at Concordia University, St. Paul is available for students who belong to a LCMS (Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod) congregation who are interested in our undergraduate, adult undergraduate and graduate programs!
$1000 per year for traditional undergraduate students
$2000 for undergraduate accelerated and graduate students - evenly dispersed over the length of program
Students must be accepted and have financial aid forms completed. When applying, they must indicate which LCMS congregation they belong to.
For more information, please contact Kristin Vogel - email@example.com
in undergraduate admission or Kim Craig - firstname.lastname@example.org
in adult undergraduate/graduate admission.
Administrative Assistant Position Opening in Department of Theology
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Visit Concordia at National LCMS Events
LCMS National Youth Gathering
San Antonio, TX
July 1-5, 2013
LCMS National Convention
St. Louis, MO
July 20-25, 2013
Department of Theology and Ministry Adds Pastor Adam Clark
Concordia University, St. Paul's Department of Theology and Ministry announced that Pastor Adam Clark has accepted a call to serve as professor of Theology and Ethics.
Pr. Clark has served as assistant pastor at St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Mishawaka, Ind., since 2008. He is currently a doctoral candidate at the University of Notre Dame and plans to defend his dissertation in July 2013.
"Pr. Clark significantly broadens the theological expertise of the Department of Theology and Ministry," said Dr. Mark Schuler, chairperson of Concordia's Department of Theology and Ministry. "He gives us a more powerful voice at the intersection of Christianity and the contemporary cultures of America and the Twin Cities."
A member of the Society of Christian Ethics, American Academy of Religion, and International Bonhoeffer Society, Pr. Clark earned a Master of Divinity degree from Concordia Seminary (St. Louis) in 2007 and earned a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of North Carolina in 2003.
CSP Advancement Office Offers Charitable Giving Seminars
Planned giving is a meaningful way for congregation members to further
the Lord’s work after they have been called to their heavenly home. The
office of university advancement for Concordia University, St. Paul is
offering information to educate members about the many planned giving
options available. For more details and assistance contact the planned
giving staff of Concordia University, St. Paul at 651-641-8758 or email@example.com.
Please insert into bulletin or newsletter:
A bequest through your will or trust can provide for future ministry.
Bequests can provide for a portion of our accumulated monetary and
material blessings for the Lord’s work through allocating a specific
dollar amount, a percentage of our estate, or an equal share to family
heirs. You can leave bequests unrestricted or you can specify how you
would like it used or leave it to an existing endowment fund. For more
information contact the gift planning staff of Concordia University, St.
Paul at 651-641-8256 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Concordia University Food Shelf serves income-eligible students and
community members by allowing individuals to select a bag or two of
non-perishable food and household supplies. For more information to get
supplies or make a food or monetary donations, please click here for more information.
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