The following scholarships are available to students from select congregations and are also available to students enrolling in one of Concordia’s church work programs including Director of Christian Education, Director of Parish Music, Lutheran Teacher Diploma, Pre-Deaconess and Pre-Seminary.
Receive at least $25,000 through the Lutheran Guarantee
We’re committed to ensuring our fellow brothers and sisters in Christ have the opportunity to receive a Lutheran, Christ-centered education. Through our Lutheran Guarantee, you can receive at least $25,000 per year in institutional aid.See if you qualify
Congregations for Concordia University, Nebraska Scholarship - $1,100/yr
Awarded by the Congregations for Concordia University, Nebraska.
Student must be a member of a CCUNE congregation. Automatically awarded upon church membership confirmation and renewable for three consecutive years.
Lutheran Heritage Award - $2,500/yr
Any student belonging to a Lutheran denomination is eligible for this award.
Brommer Art Scholarship Award
The winner of the Brommer Art Scholarship Award shall demonstrate a strong witness of Christian faith, great work as a student and strong representation in the annual student art exhibition. Available for current art majors.
Church Work Scholarships
At Concordia Nebraska, we’re dedicated to equipping church workers who will serve The Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod (LCMS) and other Christian denominations through five ordained and commissioned ministries. We seek to prepare you with the knowledge and skills you’ll need to pursue your vocation and lead in God’s church.Explore church work scholarships
LCMS Congregational Aid - Various Amounts
Awarded by congregations to assist LCMS students with educational expenses.
We encourage you to inquire about the availability of this aid, especially if you will be pursuing a professional church work program at Concordia.
LCMS District Aid - Various Amounts
Awarded by the districts of the LCMS.
Student must be a member of an LCMS congregation and enrolled in a professional church work program at Concordia. The FAFSA is required to be filed to determine need. All districts have deadlines and funds are limited. Download and submit the District Financial Aid application to Concordia's Financial Aid Office before your district's deadline. To view deadlines and information specific to your district, go to the District Financial Aid web page.
Awarded by the Gil and Blondie Vogt Scholarship Fund
Students must be a Nebraska resident, a member of the LCMS, enrolled in a professional church work program at Concordia and be able to demonstrate substantial financial need. If interested in applying for the scholarship, please send a letter expressing your interest and qualifications to:
King of Kings Lutheran Church
ATTN: Vogt Scholarship Committee Chair, 11615 I St.
Omaha, NE 68137
A Distinctive Lutheran Education
At Concordia, we promise to equip you with a higher education that intersects learning opportunities, individual development and faith in Christ, in order to bring depth and meaning to your college experience. Our Promises of a Lutheran Education ensure that you will graduate not only with a set of skills and a degree, but also a sense of Christian vocation and purpose for the future.
Centrally Located in America’s Heartland
Our hometown is Seward, a friendly community of 7,200 people that’s surrounded by beautiful scenery, farmland and wide-open spaces in southeast Nebraska. If you’re looking for a close-knit, small town atmosphere, you’ll feel right at home in Seward.
A Private Education With Value(s)
You’ll find a more meaningful college experience at Concordia, where you’ll be part of a supportive campus community as you study your passions and prepare to make a positive impact in the world. Through generous scholarships and financial aid packages, your tuition at Concordia will be similar to what you will find at a large public university.