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2020-2021 Academic Calendar

Fall 2020
Aug. 24 Classes begin
Dec. 11 Exams end

Winterim 2020
Jan. 4 Winterim begins
Jan. 22 Winterim exams

Spring 2021
Jan. 25 Classes begin
May 14 Exams end
May 16 Commencement

Summer 2021
(3-week courses):
May 17 - June 4
June 7 - June 25
(6-week courses):
May 17 - June 25
June 14 - July 23

University operator (734) 995-7300
Admissions (734) 995-7505
Address 4090 Geddes, 48105

A private liberal arts university affiliated with the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, Concordia offers associate and bachelor's degrees in the liberal arts, business, nursing, education, social and family life sciences, and professional church ministries. Accelerated adult degree programs in business administration and criminal justice, and master's programs in organizational leadership administration, business administration, and educational leadership, curriculum and instruction, student personnel and administration in higher education, and computer science. For a complete list of programs visit

Applications accepted at any time. Undergraduate tuition starts at $29,180; graduate tuition is $596-$719/credit hour. Nondegree students may register through the registrar's office, (734) 995-7413.

For employment information go to and click on "Employment Opportunities."

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