The staff in the Office of the Dean of Students is committed to helping students address their needs and concerns during their time at Concordia University Chicago. The staff assists students with questions regarding everything from Jump Start to medical insurance to learning assistance programs.
Location and Office Hours:
Krauss Hall, 2nd Floor
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday
Office of the Dean of Students
7400 Augusta Street
River Forest, IL 60305
The Office of Career Services serves Concordia University Chicago’s beginning their first year on campus. The Career Services staff is here to help you by translating your experiences at CUC into a career.
Student Health Services is dedicated to the good health of Concordia-Chicago Students. CUC is committed to making sure that students find quality health and wellness care. Concordia-Chicago attempts to limit the impact of injury or illness by the provision of services for early intervention.
The Academic Center for Excellence provides academic support through specialized programs and specific strategies to all Concordia-Chicago students.
The Office of Multicultural Student Engagement (OMSE) aims to promote an inclusive climate in alignment with the university’s core values by acting as an educational resource that prepares students to succeed in an increasingly diverse society.
The Office of International Student Advising is here to help all international students through their college career in the U.S. The office assists with individual immigration advising.
The Schmieding Counseling Center's services are available to the students, staff and faculty of Concordia University Chicago. All services are strictly confidential and free of charge.
For 150 years, Concordia University Chicago has provided professional workers for the schools, congregations and other agencies of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod.
Students concerns are important to Concordia University Chicago. If students encounter an issue at the University, their first step toward a resolution is to work directly with the faculty or staff member most directly related to that issue. The University recommends setting up an appointment with the individual to discuss the concerns. Many problems are easily solved this way.