MOORHEAD — International students make up a small but crucial part of Concordia’s undergraduate population. Over the last two years, the percentage of international first year students in the fall cohort has dropped from an all time high of 9% in 2021 down to only 3% this year.   International students areContinue Reading

Imagine being all curled up in a cozy blanket, fuzzy socks and a soft sweater. Spring showers have begun and May flowers will be soon on their way. It is still cold outside but the sun shining through the windows creates a feeling of peace and comfort. The only thingContinue Reading

Not too far away from Concordia College, Moorhead natives Linka Wintersteen and Annika Pratt have always dreamt about studying abroad. This love for studying away was first sparked when Wintersteen attended the Concordia Language Villages for 11 years and when Pratt took a Spanish class in Concordia’s campus during herContinue Reading

This fall, Concordia welcomed 597 new Cobbers, which is the largest freshman class since 2013. Concordia’s reputation for having prestigious academic programs, rich history, a strong sense of community and a beautiful campus are only a few of the reasons why nearly 600 freshmen hailing from far and wide decidedContinue Reading

As part of Concordia’s latest step toward sustainability, offices across campus are going green. The Green Office Program was implemented this fall under the guidance of Sustainability Coordinator Samantha Westrate. Funds for the program come from a private grant recently received by the college, part of which called for aContinue Reading