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  1. Student in Library at Concordia College, Moorhead

    Concordia College

    Moorhead, Minnesota

    2,700 total enrollment

    13:1 student-faculty ratio

    Located in the college-friendly area of Fargo-Moorhead, Concordia offers an extensive global education program, providing perspective and experience to create well-rounded, globally sensitive and highly competent graduates who are ready to lead and serve anywhere.

  2. Students from Concordia University Texas

    Concordia University

    Austin, Texas

    2,500 total enrollment

    18:1 student-faculty ratio

    Founded in 1926, Concordia University Texas is an award-winning institution of higher education, offering undergraduate, graduate and Accelerated Degree programs. The main campus is located in northwest Austin on 389 acres with four university centers in central Austin, Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio.

  3. Students in Bleachers at Augsburg College Waving Flag

    Augsburg College

    Minneapolis, Minnesota

    3,900 total enrollment

    13:1 student-faculty ratio

    A competitive, four-year private college founded in 1869. An Augsburg education focuses on experiences in the classroom, in the city and abroad. Auggies become informed citizens, thoughtful stewards, responsible leaders and critical thinkers.

  4. Campus at Muhlenberg College

    Muhlenberg College

    Allentown, Pennsylvania

    2,225 total enrollment

    12:1 student-faculty ratio

    Muhlenberg is a competitive liberal arts college that takes its name from Henry Melchior Muhlenberg, a patriarch of the Lutheran church in the American colonies. Muhlenberg has established the Institute for Jewish-Christian Understanding as an expression of its commitment to interfaith relations.

  5. Choir Singing at Luther College

    Luther College

    Decorah, Iowa

    2,500 total enrollment

    12:1 student-faculty ratio

    This competitive Midwestern liberal arts college of Norwegian heritage was founded in 1861. Set in quiet Decorah with the upper Iowa River running along the edge of campus and surrounded by beautiful prairies, there is both peace and adventure to be found at Luther.

  6. Campus at Concordia University, St. Paul

    Concordia University

    Saint Paul, Minnesota

    2,800 total enrollment

    16:1 student-faculty ratio

    Right in Minnesota’s capitol city of St. Paul, Concordia University is just 10 minutes from both downtown St. Paul and Minneapolis. The university, founded in 1893, fosters a caring, supportive and energetic environment that prepares students for successful careers and meaningful lives.

  7. Campus Building at Concordia University Chicago

    Concordia University

    Chicago, Illinois

    5,134 total enrollment

    17:1 student-faculty ratio

    Concordia University Chicago is a private, liberal arts university comprised of the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Business, the College of Education and the College of Graduate and Innovative Programs. The university is located 10 miles west of downtown Chicago.

  8. Carthage College Sign in Winter

    Carthage College

    Kenosha, Wisconsin

    3,400 total enrollment

    14:1 student-faculty ratio

    This four-year, private college of the arts and sciences located near Lake Michigan is within an hour’s drive of both Chicago and Milwaukee, and provides access to internships, career opportunities, and some of the world’s finest museums, art galleries and theaters.

  9. Students Walking Across Campus at Concordia New York

    Concordia College

    Bronxville, New York

    792 total enrollment

    13:1 student-faculty ratio

    Founded in 1881, Concordia College is a small, vibrantly diverse, liberal arts college located in suburban New York. This supportive community is situated within a short distance of the abundant opportunities of the big city and provides a world of possibilities.

  10. Students Walking on Campus at California Lutheran University

    California Lutheran University

    Thousand Oaks, California

    4,103 total enrollment

    11:1 student-faculty ratio

    With a diverse community in the town of Thousand Oaks, CLU is dedicated to excellence in the liberal arts, and seeks to build strong global leaders rooted in faith and reason.

  11. Winter at Luther College, University of Regina

    Luther College

    Regina, Saskatchewan

    600 total enrollment

    Luther College is based on Martin Luther's principles for quality Christian education. Luther students enjoy the small community of an independent federated college while reaping the academic and social benefits of being integrated into the greater University of Regina.

  12. Studying Youth at Gettysburg College

    Gettysburg College

    Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

    2,600 total enrollment

    10:1 student-faculty ratio

    In this world-famous town, Gettysburg College has upheld a rigorous commitment to the liberal arts. The college’s Center for Career Development helps students prepare for leadership through experiential learning opportunities, co-curriculars, service and off-campus studies.

  13. Chapel at Wittenberg University

    Wittenberg University

    Springfield, Ohio

    2,000 total enrollment

    12:1 student-faculty ratio

    A selective, liberal arts college in the heart of southwest Ohio, Wittenberg enjoys a national reputation for excellent academic standards and is widely known for its friendly and welcoming atmosphere and its beautiful campus.

  14. Students Walking in the Rain at Grand View University

    Grand View University

    Des Moines, Iowa

    2,300 total enrollment

    14:1 student-faculty ratio

    Grand View offers a high quality education to a diverse student body in a career-oriented, liberal arts–grounded curriculum. Grand View University has two campus locations in greater Des Moines, a metropolitan area of more than half a million people. 

  15. Students Discussing a Book at Concordia University Irvine

    Concordia University

    Irvine, California

    3,362 total enrollment

    17:1 student-faculty ratio

    At Concordia University in beautiful southern California, students engage in the Core Curriculum, a program that pairs disparate courses: biology with theology, mathematics with philosophy, and history with literature in order to make meaningful connections across academic disciplines.

  16. Campus in Springtime at Wartburg College

    Wartburg College

    Waverly, Iowa

    1,805 total enrollment

    12:1 student-faculty ratio

    Wartburg College is named after Wartburg Castle in Eisenach, Germany, where Martin Luther spent 10 months in hiding while under a papal ban. Wartburg offers more than 50 academic majors and preprofessional and certificate programs and a wide array of co-curricular activities.

  17. Athletic Center at Dusk at St. Olaf College

    St. Olaf College

    Northfield, Minnesota

    3,179 total enrollment

    12:1 student-faculty ratio

    Widely known for its world-class programs in mathematics, music and the sciences, St. Olaf is also recognized for its commitment to environmental sustainability and its great number of study-abroad opportunities.

  18. Students by the Beach from Trinity Lutheran College

    Trinity Lutheran College

    Everett, Washington

    175 total enrollment

    7:1 student-faculty ratio

    Trinity is a private, four-year liberal arts college located just north of beautiful Seattle in a small, waterfont city of 100,000 people. Eighty percent of TLC alumni hold leadership roles in their spiritual communities.

  19. Students at Concordia Alberta

    Concordia University

    Alberta, Canada

    1,698 total enrollment

    14:1 student-faculty ratio

    Founded in 1921, Concordia University, College of Alberta offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs as well as church work, diploma and certificate programs. Concordia is an intimate university community within the busy urban center of Edmonton, Alberta's capital. 

  20. Hillside in Fall showing Augustana Campus

    Augustana College

    Rock Island, Illinois

    2,500 total enrollment

    11:1 student-faculty ratio

    Founded by Swedish settlers in 1860, this selective, four-year private college is located near the Mississippi River and ranks sixth among all colleges and universities for total number of Academic All-Americans.

  21. Gate at Capital University

    Capital University

    Columbus, Ohio

    3,550 total enrollment

    11:1 student-faculty ratio

    A private, four-year institution and the oldest university in central Ohio. Each year Capital organizes Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Learning, a day of workshops and special events aimed at promoting diversity and lifelong learning.

  22. Students Outdoors at Lenoir-Rhyne University

    Lenoir-Rhyne University

    Hickory, North Carolina

    1,850 total enrollment

    12:1 student-faculty ratio

    Located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Lenior-Rhyne is perfect for nature-lovers. Students enjoy a challenging education, a commitment to spirituality and opportunities for biking, hiking, sailing and kayaking.

  23. Students Studying on the Lawn at Susquehanna University

    Susquehanna University

    Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania

    2,300 total enrollment

    13:1 student-faculty ratio

    A selective liberal arts college near the Poconos and within easy driving distance of New York City, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, D.C. Founded in 1858, the college campus features Georgian architecture.

  24. Campus Building at Valparaiso University

    Valparaiso University

    Valparaiso, Indiana

    4,000 total enrollment

    14:1 student-faculty ratio

    An international, interconnected community, Valparaiso University offers more than 70 programs in five colleges. The university’s location, just one hour southeast of Chicago and fifteen minutes south of the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, offers a wealth of exciting and educational experiences.

  25. Campus Grounds at Finlandia University

    Finlandia University

    Hancock, Michigan

    540 total enrollment

    12:1 student-faculty ratio

    Finlandia, founded in 1896, is the only private college in Michigan's beautiful Upper Peninsula. With a strong Lutheran heritage, the university takes pride in being the only institution of higher learning in North America founded by Finns.

  26. Students Cheering at Augustana College

    Augustana College

    Sioux Falls, South Dakota

    1,870 total enrollment

    12:1 student-faculty ratio

    Founded in 1860, Augustana holds tightly to the concept of community and offers extensive internship, study-abroad and undergraduate research experiences as well as Civitas, the college’s Honors Program.

  27. Campus at Concordia University Wisconsin

    Concordia University

    Mequon, Wisconsin

    7,618 total enrollment

    14:1 student-faculty ratio

    13 students began their instruction in the basement of Trinity Lutheran Church in downtown Milwaukee in 1881. Now the university, its 13 Concordia Centers and classroom locations are home to undergraduate and graduate students from 46 states and 30 countries.

  28. Students Walking Across Campus at Texas Lutheran University

    Texas Lutheran University

    Seguin, Texas

    1,400 total enrollment

    14:1 student-faculty ratio

    At this four-year liberal arts college near San Antonio and Austin, students engage in educational experiences that include civic engagement, aesthetic expression and critical thinking.

  29. Cheerleaders from Concordia College in Selma

    Concordia College

    Selma, Alabama

    578 total enrollment

    Founded in 1922, Concordia College, Alabama is a private college providing a Christ-centered education for future leaders of the church, the community and the world. Concordia is the only Lutheran Historically Black College (HBCU) in the nation.

  30. Campus at Roanoke College

    Roanoke College

    Salem, Virginia

    2,100 total enrollment

    13:1 student-faculty ratio

    Roanoke College is an independent, four-year liberal arts college in Salem, Virginia. Classic in every sense, Roanoke equips students with the skills and tools they need by providing firsthand learning opportunities in conjunction with personal connections in a stunning campus setting.

  31. Campus in Winter at Concordia University, Nebraska

    Concordia University

    Seward, Nebraska

    2,196 total enrollment

    14:1 student-faculty ratio

    Concordia leads the nation in total, all-time NAIA scholar-athletes and for 2010-11, led the country in NAIA scholar teams. The college boasts close to 100 percent placement rates in mathematics, biology, physics, computer science and pre-seminary.

  32. Campus at Newberry College

    Newberry College

    Newberry, South Carolina

    1,155 total enrollment

    17:1 student-faculty ratio

    Founded in 1856 by the Lutheran church, Newberry College combines a strong liberal arts foundation with specialized degree programs to prepare graduates for professional and personal success.

  33. Students and Campus at Wisconsin Lutheran College

    Wisconsin Lutheran College

    Milwaukee, Wisconsin

    1,174 total enrollment

    12:1 student-faculty ratio

    Wisconsin Lutheran College is an independent, residential, Christian college in Milwaukee that prepares students for lives of Christian leadership, and is recognized for its academic excellence and superior student experience.

  34. Students Making a Snowman at Pacific Lutheran University

    Pacific Lutheran University

    Tacoma, Washington

    3,461 total enrollment

    15:1 student-faculty ratio

    PLU has set out three pathways to academic distinction: global education and service to the world; student-faculty research and creative projects; and helping students discern meaning and purpose in their lives.

  35. Bethany Students Volunteering

    Bethany College

    Lindsborg, Kansas

    610 total enrollment

    11:1 student-faculty ratio

    Bethany College is a private, four-year college located in Lindsborg, Kansas, a small town with a big reputation for the arts and Swedish heritage. Bethany is a caring community in which students actively participate in their own education and the life of the college.

  36. Students in Stands at Sporting Event at Midland College

    Midland University

    Fremont, Nebraska

    900 total enrollment

    12:1 student-faculty ratio

    Given its name for its central location within the United States, Midland University was founded in 1883. Throughout its history, Midland University has embraced changes in everything from name to location to mascot but its steadfast commitment to its academics and its core values has remained unwavering.

  37. Sports Team Huddle at Concordia University, Portland

    Concordia University

    Portland, Oregon

    2,500 total enrollment

    17:1 student-faculty ratio

    Concordia is a private, liberal arts university nestled in the Pacific Northwest. Founded in 1905, Concordia University strives to integrate faith into every aspect of learning, service and life.

  38. Students Talking on Campus at Thiel College

    Thiel College

    Greenville, Pennsylvania

    1,109 total enrollment

    13:1 student-faculty ratio

    Founded in 1866 and chartered by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 1870, Thiel is known for its commitment to student success and development. Close to Pittsburg, Cleveland and Erie, students have access to the excitement of the city while experiencing the peaceful small-town culture of Greenville.

  39. Football Team at Gustavus Adolphus College

    Gustavus Adolphus College

    Saint Peter, Minnesota

    2,471 total enrollment

    11:1 student-faculty ratio

    This Midwest liberal arts college is rooted in faith, ethics, hard work and a belief in enhancing the greater good. Gustavus hosts the acclaimed Nobel Conference, highlighting cutting-edge scientific issues.

  40. Basketball Team at Concordia University, Ann Arbor

    Concordia University

    Ann Arbor, Michigan

    872 total enrollment

    Concordia University, located on the banks of the Huron River in Ann Arbor, Michigan, provides a beautiful and safe environment where students engage in a traditional liberal arts education.

  • Student in Library at Concordia College, Moorhead
  • Students from Concordia University Texas
  • Students in Bleachers at Augsburg College Waving Flag
  • Campus at Muhlenberg College
  • Choir Singing at Luther College
  • Campus at Concordia University, St. Paul
  • Campus Building at Concordia University Chicago
  • Carthage College Sign in Winter
  • Students Walking Across Campus at Concordia New York
  • Students Walking on Campus at California Lutheran University
  • Winter at Luther College, University of Regina
  • Studying Youth at Gettysburg College
  • Chapel at Wittenberg University
  • Students Walking in the Rain at Grand View University
  • Students Discussing a Book at Concordia University Irvine
  • Campus in Springtime at Wartburg College
  • Athletic Center at Dusk at St. Olaf College
  • Students by the Beach from Trinity Lutheran College
  • Students at Concordia Alberta
  • Hillside in Fall showing Augustana Campus
  • Gate at Capital University
  • Students Outdoors at Lenoir-Rhyne University
  • Students Studying on the Lawn at Susquehanna University
  • Campus Building at Valparaiso University
  • Campus Grounds at Finlandia University
  • Students Cheering at Augustana College
  • Campus at Concordia University Wisconsin
  • Students Walking Across Campus at Texas Lutheran University
  • Cheerleaders from Concordia College in Selma
  • Campus at Roanoke College
  • Campus in Winter at Concordia University, Nebraska
  • Campus at Newberry College
  • Students and Campus at Wisconsin Lutheran College
  • Students Making a Snowman at Pacific Lutheran University
  • Bethany Students Volunteering
  • Students in Stands at Sporting Event at Midland College
  • Sports Team Huddle at Concordia University, Portland
  • Students Talking on Campus at Thiel College
  • Football Team at Gustavus Adolphus College
  • Basketball Team at Concordia University, Ann Arbor

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