Concordia University Wisconsin (CUW) fully subscribes to all Federal and State civil rights laws banning discrimination for private, church-affiliated institutions of higher education including gender discrimination and sexual harassment, which are prohibited by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended and Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972.
Concordia University Wisconsin wants to ensure that students and prospective students, employees and future employees, and the public in general have easy access to important information involving safety on the campus, financial aid, student records and other required information.
The Alcohol and Other Drugs Policy is intended to supplement and not limit the provisions of the University's Drug-Free Workplace policy applicable to certain University employees.
Detailed information regarding why and how we gather evidence of our student learning throughout the University as a whole as well as from our core curriculum, programs, and majors.
Detailed information about our Financial Aid policies
The IACUC is in place to insure that all animals used or produced for research, teaching, or exhibition by the Concordia community receive the highest standard of humane care.
Concordia University Wisconsin is committed to integrating institutional objectives in innovative ways to demonstrate excellence, access and impact in all of our online programs.
Federal regulations require the University to designate an employee or group of employees who shall be available to assist enrolled or prospective students in obtaining the information specified in 668.42, 668.43, 668.45, and 668.46.
The Institutional Review Board (IRB) reviews all research investigations, externally funded or not, conducted by its students, faculty, and staff involving human beings as research subjects.
The EPP (Educator Preparation Program) Report is produced annually by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) as a requirement within ACT 166.
It is the goal of Concordia University to not misrepresent itself to a student, prospective student, the family of an enrolled or prospective student, or the Department of Education. Misrepresentation, as defined by the Department of Education, is any false, erroneous, or misleading statement made to any of the parties mentioned above. This includes disseminating testimonials and endorsements given under duress.
Students and Parents (in the case of a Parent PLUS Loan) that accept a federal Title IV loan will have data from that loan sent to the National Student Loan Database System (NSLDS).
The Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod takes God's Word very seriously. While not Literalists or Fundamentalists, our church body holds to a close reading of the Bible. That shapes the way that the LCMS views many contemporary issues...
An institution that offers an educational program through distance education or correspondence courses, excluding internships and practicums, must make available to enrolled and prospective students the following disclosures.