Concordia increases tuition costs, offers new financial aid opportunities

Concordia increases tuition costs, offers new financial aid opportunities

Concordia’s sticker price tuition will see another increase for the 2017-2018 calendar year. Costs will go from $36,650 to $38,150 this year. “A lot of research went into where we’re […]

 

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