About Concordia University Texas

Founded in 1926 as a four-year high school for young men entering ministry under the auspices of The Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod, Concordia University Texas has grown to become a private, nonprofit higher learning institution based in the northwest region of Austin, Texas.

Concordia University Texas is a member of the highly respected Concordia University System, which enrolls more than 36,000 students nationwide. Ours is a Christ-centered campus comprising four colleges, 24 undergraduate programs, and a wide variety of master’s degree programs.

As a regionally-accredited, private institution, we employ top-notch faculty and offer diverse undergraduate and graduate programs that allow students to pursue their dream jobs with confidence.

At CTX, we empower our graduates to find meaningful work that fuels their passion. Our purpose at CTX is to cultivate goodness, truth, and beauty. To this end, we employ the core values of Christ-centered, caring for people, vocation, lifelong learning, courage, and trust.

Nearing its second century of operation, Concordia University Texas is committed to becoming the premier university where the adventure of faith, learning and life-changing experiences leads to meaningful work.

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When you choose to pursue a nursing degree through our accredited nursing school, you can expect a Christ-centered education that reflects our core values. Our mission is to develop your ability to serve as a Christian leader in professional nursing practice.

If you would like to know more about the benefits of a nursing degree from Concordia University Texas, contact our admissions staff today. Once you reach out to us, we’ll connect you with a dedicated admissions counselor who will answer any questions you have and guide you through application, admission, and enrollment.

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