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Concordia College is a Top-20 School Where Worlds Meet

Concordia College New York has been named a top-20 Best North Regional Liberal Arts College in the 2018 U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges Rankings. The College was also named a top-10 Best Value School.

In addition, Concordia was regionally ranked 3rd in Ethnic and Economic Diversity, and 2nd in percentage of International Students.

Concordia College’s steady climb in U.S. News’ highly respected rankings is affirmation of the school’s ongoing and comprehensive commitment to excellence, and dedication to making that excellence financially accessible to all. The rankings also highlight key components of Concordia’s identity: a markedly diverse student body and a truly global outlook.

An ever-expanding array of undergraduate majors, graduate studies, internships, continuing education and online programs are thoughtfully conceived to prepare students from this small school to make a big impact on their world. Concordia is a place where students learn how to think: connecting education and vocation in the Lutheran intellectual tradition.

Preparing students for a global future is natural in a school that embraces ethnic and religious diversity — where students from across America and over 30 countries learn to appreciate their differences and similarities in a nurturing, faith-based, student-centered environment.

“We are very proud of our top 20 spot in the U.S. News Best College Rankings,” said President John Nunes. “Here at Concordia you’ll find a home where your calling meets a career goal, where your intellectual curiosity meets encouraging professors, where your worldview meets challenges that refine your perspective, where your identity meets a welcoming community, and where your soul will arise to go deep.”

Concordia College New York encourages prospective students to learn more at The College’s 12 athletic teams compete in the NCAA Division II.

To schedule a personal visit and campus tour, please call (800) 937-2655.

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