Concordia University - Nebraska Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (3)
Work hard but don't take it too seriously. Learn as much as you can outside of the required classes and use your time wisely. Learn to say "NO" to other plans when you have work to do. Be prepared for a large amount of debt.
I thought that the college had its pros and cons. I liked the fact that it had degree programs that were available at night. I didn't like that they didn't always seem prepared. They often hired at the last minute which meant the teacher seemed unprepared. There were a lot of adjunct instructors. The campus is beautiful. The people are friendly.
It is a very good school for education degrees. It is fairly expense, and is hard to pay off with a teaching salary. It has a small college atmosphere which I personally did not like, but others seemed to enjoy. The LTD program can help place you in a job, which is nice. Make sure you consider all your options, because Concordia is significantly more expense than a state university, and does not offer the diversity.