- Concordia College (Alabama)
Concordia College, Selma Established 1922 Type Private, HBCU Religious affiliation Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod President Rev. Dr. Tilahun M. Mendedo Students 719 Location Selma, Alabama, United States Colors Green and Yellow Nickname Hornets Website www.concordiaselma.edu
Concordia College, Selma is a college of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod's Concordia University System, located in Selma, Alabama, in the United States. It is the only historically black college in the Concordia System.
Presidents of Concordia College:
Rev. Robert O. L. Lynn 1922-1932
Rev. Edward A. Westcott, Sr. 1934-1945
Rev. Dr. Walter Ellwanger 1945-1963
Prof. Varnes J. Stringer 1964-1966 (Acting President)
Rev. Dr. Paul Elbrecht 1966-1970
Rev. Dr. Peter R. Hunt 1970-1971 (Acting President)
Dr. Willis L. Wright 1971-1980
Rev. Dr. Julius Jenkins 1980-2007
Rev. Dr. McNair Ramsey 2007-2010 (Interim President)
Rev. Dr. Tilahun M. Mendedo 2010-present
The Concordia University System
Concordia College is one of ten colleges and universities of the Concordia University System of the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod. The colleges and universities of the Concordia University System are dedicated to the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to preparing students for lives of meaning and service. They provide a Christ-centered environment for students to develop in value-based communities of learning.
Concordia University, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Concordia University, Austin, Texas
Concordia College, Bronxville, New York
Concordia University, Chicago, Illinois
Concordia University, Irvine, California
Concordia University, Mequon, Wisconsin
Concordia University, Portland, Oregon
Concordia University, Saint Paul, Minnesota
Concordia College, Selma, Alabama
Concordia University, Seward, Nebraska
The Mission of Concordia College
To prepare students through Christ-centered education for lives of responsible service to the church, community, and the world.
The Concordia College sports teams, collectively known as the Hornets, compete in men's intercollegiate basketball, soccer, football, and baseball along with women's intercollegiate softball, track, soccer, golf, volleyball.
- www.concordiaselma.edu -- Official web site
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