The goal of Concordia College’s Institutional Repository for Undergraduate Research is to gather, disseminate, and preserve examples of exemplary research of Concordia College students. In so doing, the repository accomplishes three important objectives: (1) provides an elite outlet for students to strive for academic excellence and publication; (2) serves as a historical snapshot of student academic life and output; and (3) demonstrates the quality of Concordia academics thereby serving as a recruitment tool for student, faculty, and staff prospects. Learn more about the collection guidelines.
Because Concordia College’s institutional repository is in its initial stages, contributions from students will be the only content actively solicited. All content must be academic papers that have been vetted by faculty either in a departmental program or through participation in a campus-wide scholarship activity (such as Centennial Scholars, Student Lecture Series, Departmental honors papers). If you have completed a paper as part of the project indicated above, we hope that you will consider submitting it to Concordia College's Institutional Repository for Undergraduate Research.