Since its beginning in 1881, Concordia University Wisconsin has prided itself on
“Excellence in Christian Education.”

Concordia University Wisconsin (CUW) has succeeded in becoming a progressive institution, while retaining the Lutheran, Christian tradition on which it was founded. Concordia is a four-year, co-educational, liberal arts college offering 61 undergraduate majors and over 20 graduate level programs. It’s the largest Lutheran University in the United States with over 7,400 undergraduate, traditional, and nontraditonal students attending 16 different locations. The university has many co-curricular programs including all major sports, drama, music, spiritual life, student government, intramurals, and social activities and has one of the largest field houses of any private college in Wisconsin with an indoor track and soccer surface.

The educational and athletic facilities available to Concordia soccer players are unparalleled in NCAA Division III soccer in the Central region of the United States. Over the past six years, Concordia has invested millions of dollars into renovations and upgrades that are so impressive that the St. Louis Rams professional football team used the CUW campus for its summer training camp. Located in Ozaukee County, Concordia is situated on the north shore of Lake Michigan. Cities of interest within a ten minute drive of Concordia are Cedarburg,which has a historic downtown area (Cedar Creek Settlement) filled with an array of specialty stores, art exhibits and museums, restaurants and inns; Grafton, with a thriving downtown area located on the Milwaukee River, and Mequon which boasts of majestic lake bluffs, stately homes, lush farmland and expansive open space.

Top left – Students from 45 different states and 34 different countries attend Concordia University while working towards one of the 70+ available undergraduate degrees. Top right – The city of Mequon has been consistently ranked amongst the safest cities in Wisconsin, and our campus safety officers aim to uphold the honor. Bottom right– The Concordia Center for Environmental Stewardship overlooks the Lake Michigan bluff and provides classrooms, laboratories, meeting spaces, and offices both for environment-focused academic programs and learning opportunities students. Bottom left – Coburg dorm is located along Lake Michigan and offers suite-style living.

Lake Michigan

Located in Ozaukee County, Concordia is situated on the north shore of Lake Michigan. Cities of interest within a ten minute drive of Concordia are Cedarburg, which has a historic downtown area (Cedar Creek Settlement) filled with an array of specialty stores, art exhibits and museums, restaurants and inns; Grafton, with a thriving downtown area located on the Milwaukee River, and Mequon which boasts of majestic lake bluffs, stately homes, lush farmland and expansive open space.

Milwaukee

A short fifteen minute drive from Concordia’s campus is the city of Milwaukee. With a population of over 500,000, Milwaukee is the largest city in Wisconsin and the 22nd-largest city in the nation. Milwaukee is a fun and exciting place to experience with music festivals throughout the summer, a vibrant downtown night life throughout the year, and professional sports teams to follow such as the Milwaukee Wave Indoor soccer team, the Milwaukee Bucks basketball team, and the Milwaukee Brewers baseball team. Other cities of interest, such as Madison and Chicago, are a ninety minute drive from the city of Mequon.

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