COVID-19 Response: The University is currently limiting face-to-face on-campus events due to an increase of cases on-campus and in the region. VIEW THE COVID-19 WEBSITE FOR COMPLETE DETAILS.
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5 LCMS church professional undergraduate programs
90% students employed/enrolled in graduate programs within six months of graduation
20 minutes on the “L” to downtown Chicago
Optimize your experience and prepare for a meaningful career with over 170 undergraduate and graduate degree programs.
Expect individual care and attention as you build the foundation for your career and grow into the person God calls you to be.
Integrate faith, values, academic excellence and professional experiences as you advance your education and your career through our Master's and Doctoral programs.
The financial aid I received made it possible for me to transfer here. After graduation, I want to be a teacher and a mentor for young first-generation students.
Francisco Peralta, BS ’19, Secondary Education-English
I get inspired by helping people unlock their potential. My professors have empowered me to live my dream. I want to show my gratitude by enabling others to live their dreams as well.
Ahmed Montasser, DBA ’20 (anticipated), Strategic Leadership specialization
The courses were flexible, the professors helped us improve and we were allowed to integrate our ideas into classroom work. All of that gave me guidance to pursue the career I wanted.
Maci Killman, BS and BA ’19, Journalism and Marketing, News Desk Assignment Editor, KOKH FOX 25 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
I learned so much from the coursework and was able to apply it to a new career path, where I am making a difference at a nonprofit that trains veterans to become software developers.
Alicia Boddy, MA ’17, Grant Writing, Management and Evaluation
The environment of homeschoolers is very similar to college. You have to study on your own and take initiative. Having professors who believe in you makes a world of difference.
Benjamin Simmons, BA ’23 (anticipated) Director of Christian Education
I passed my National Counselor Exam on the first try and landed a job immediately after graduation. This program prepares professional counselors to be catalysts for change.
Mike Gleason, MA ’17, Clinical Mental Health Counseling
One of the defining characteristics of a Concordia-Chicago education is learning from and interacting with a highly-qualified, dedicated and caring faculty and staff. In the wake of COVID-19, CUC worked diligently to continue offering the same individualized attention in a virtual environment and our students noticed.
Faculty and staff were recently surprised by an unexpected, heart-felt thank you video initiated and produced by our students themselves. We’re proud to offer an experience that inspires our students to continue growing and learning as they come to fulfill their vocations.
But don’t take our word for it, see for yourself…
University operations have been modified in response to COVID-19. The campus is closed to the public, but the University remains fully operational. All courses have transitioned to an e-learning environment through the Summer 2020 term.
The CUC campus is rich with opportunities for you to get involved with student organizations, athletic teams, service leadership and more
As a Christian university rooted in the Lutheran tradition, CUC cultivates within each of its students the ideals of a Christian life. Within that framework, students seek greater meaning in their spiritual and work lives, discovering ways to serve the greater good and mature in their faith.
At CUC, you’ll become part of a close-knit community where you’ll be inspired, challenged and appreciated for your contributions.
The Ferguson Art Gallery at Concordia University Chicago presents “Water, Water Everywhere,” a solo show with recent paintings and drawings by artist Laura M. Coyle. The virtual exhibit will be featured through Dec. 13 on the Ferguson Gallery’s website.
Concordia University Chicago announced a special delivery of 250 face masks to Holy Family School, a University partner through Chicagoland Lutheran Educational Foundation (CLEF) in Chicago's North Lawndale neighborhood.
CUC has announced the introduction of hyflex classes during the spring 2021 semester, which will provide students with courses that combine remote and face-to-face learning opportunities. The academic calendar will not change, ensuring spring and Easter breaks as scheduled. Spring commencement will once again be offered in a virtual format.