|Female only: 52 beds||Lowest: $2,810.00||Highest: $3,750.00
|Male only: 54 beds||Lowest: $2,810.00||Highest: $3,750.00
Applicants can apply for double- or single-occupancy rooms. Residences operate from September to April.
For rooms only, students can expect to pay $350.00 to $500.00 per month. For room and board, $450.00 to $650.00 per month. Apartments tend to cost at least $525.00 per month. Accommodation is generally available that allows for a 5-15 minute walk to the university. Access to regular public transportation is also within a 5 minute walking distance.
Orientation days in September and January feature presentations, campus tours, and special interest sessions.
To help student identify their career goals and the educational and employment resources available to them, Concordia's Career Services practitioner provides personal advising, presents various workshops related to career and job search issues, and arranges opportunities for volunteer service.
Alpine Skiing (F/M), Freestyle Skiing (F/M)
Badminton (F/M), Basketball (F/M), Cross Country Running (F/M), Curling (F/M), Golf (F/M), Ice Hockey (M), Soccer (F/M), Swimming (F/M)
Concordia continues to build strong athletic programs in men's and women's badminton, basketball, cross country running, curling, golf, soccer, swimming, and in men's hockey. Our athletes compete with teams from universities and colleges in the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC). Winners from the ACAC then compete at the national championships of the Canadian Colleges Athletic Association (CCAA). In 2005-2006, Concordia athletes and coaches took four Gold Medals, four Silver Medals, and two Bronze Medals at the ACAC level and won four Silver Medals at the CCAA level. Our Ralph King Athletic Centre, built in 1997, is home to our basketball and badminton teams, and has a fitness facility that's open to all Concordia students.
The Concordia Students' Association Council organizes a variety of activities including Cultural Week, Christian Life Week, cabarets, dances, banquets, lectures, and political forums.
All students belong to the Concordia Students' Association (CSA) and elect students to lead the association. Student groups supported by the CSA include the Aboriginal Students’ Association, Education Students' Association, Psychology Students' Association, Science Students' Association, United Nations Club, The Blue and White (student newspaper), Green Thespians Collective (drama), and LAMBS (Living a Mission Beyond Service).
Students have access to computer labs and an on-campus wireless network for word processing, course related software, e-mail, and the Internet. Concordia’s library is a member the NEOS library consortium, providing students and faculty with online access to catalogues and borrowing privileges at 19 academic, health, and government libraries. The library’s innovative website also provides local and remote access to a variety of online research databases.
Concordia is renowned for its music programs, which feature the Concordia Concert Choir, Concordia Symphony Orchestra, Concordia Ringers, and the Concordia Community Chorus. Through the drama program and the Green Thespians Collective, Concordia students may experience all aspects of dramatic production in at least two major dramatic productions a year: in chancel drama and in improvisational groups.
Concordia has a strong network of people in Student Services who provide academic, career, financial, personal, and spiritual counselling services to students. Through the Student Affairs Office, Concordia also provides resources and support for Aboriginal, mature, and physically or learning disabled students.
Exchange programs: Member of Institute for Holy Land Studies, Jerusalem and member of the Lutheran Educational Conference of North America, a consortium of over forty church-related colleges and universities. Student exchange agreements with the Universität Hamburg (Germany), Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg (Germany), Jerusalem University College (Israel), and the École Centrale d’Électronique (France).
The Student for a Day program is an excellent opportunity to "experience" Concordia, allowing you to attend class with a current student, take a tour of our campus, meet with an Admissions Advisor, and enjoy a complimentary lunch in our cafeteria. A basic campus tour is also available upon request.