For new and continuing college students, things are about to change with the financial aid process. The federal government has changed the time that the FASFA applications will be made available from January 1st to October 1st, meaning three extra months to complete the application. The main reason for theContinue Reading

Incoming freshman class sizes have been surprisingly unpredictable in recent years. This inconsistency has provoked curiosity around campus, with the concern being that low tuition numbers will have negative repercussions on the college as a whole. Over the last few years, class numbers have fluctuated significantly. Concordia’s class of 2015Continue Reading

Concordia students will see a tuition increase of almost $2,000 for the 2013-2014 academic year, prompting many to call attention to the cost of higher education in a post-recession world. Comprehensive fees for next year will be $39,974, an increase of $2,114 from the current year. Students are feeling theContinue Reading