Concordia University-Chicago Top Questions

What's unique about your campus?


The best thing about my school is the events. Every single week at Concordia, there is always something going on campus, such as dances, ultimate frisbee, concerts, movie nights, etc.


I love that Concordia has a close-knit atmosphere. I do not feel like a number there, but rather that I have an identity and people respect me for the opinions I have. I feel like I am not going to get lost in a sea of people. I am my own person at Concordia.


The best thing about Concordia is the size. It is great having smaller classes so everyone gets to interact during discussions. Also, if a student does not know everyone most often they at least recognize them; it makes it easier to make connections, rather than just talking to someone once or twice it is more likely that a student will actually get to know the people around them and possibly get a head start on networking. It also makes it easier to make appointments with academic advisors. Also it is easy to get to anywhere on campus in five minutes.


The best thing about Concordia University is that it is located in close proximity to the attractions of downtown Chicago. Through this school, I may find an internship at places like the Field Museum, the Shedd Aquarium, the Chicago Botanic Garden, etc.


The best thing is consider about the school is the people that attend the school. There are so many types of peole that attend here and since the campus is so small we all know each other and he all or mostly all hang out during school and the support of one another is closely high. If you need a study partner, help with work, misc. things or just anything in general, there is always some one around to hlep you out with anything.


What I consider the best thing about my school is the fact that the school is both quiet, yet eventful, which allows for productive study time as well as a good time.


I really like it


You get to know everyone, and the teachers have more time for individuals.


I love being surrounded by people who encourage me to grow spiritually as well as support my decision to be involved in community service activities. My school also gave me that chance to study abroad through AIFS in South Africa, which was an experience of a life time.