The event is aimed at giving prospective students a chance to tour the Center and learn more about the educational opportunities available.
“At Concordia University, we understand the busy lives of adult learners,” said Admissions Counselor, Debbie Spann. “We offer an array of learning formats for working adults.”
The Midtown Center offers bachelor degree programs for working adults in Criminal Justice, Business Management, Health Care, and Human Resources Management. Also offered is the MBA program which can completed in a little as two years with the University’s accelerated format and the innovative Design Your Future Program for recent high school graduates looking to transition into a university setting.