Concordia’s North Building, a former law school located just under 3 miles north of the main campus, is fast becoming a state-of-the-art epicenter for CUAA’s blossoming health care offerings.

Editor’s note: A version of this story first appeared in the fall 2023 edition of Hearts Together. The official magazine of Concordia University Wisconsin and Ann Arbor publishes biannually.  

The university purchased the building in 2015 and launched CUAA’s first-ever undergraduate nursing degree programs the following year. Since that time, the building has undergone significant changes as renovations have continued in order to allow for expanded programming.

Here’s a glance at the North Building today:


square feet


degree programs housed within


Doctor of Physical Therapy cohort welcomed in August


number of CUAA students enrolled in North Building-based programs


classrooms, skills labs, and simulation rooms

Programs housed within the North Building

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), health care is expected to add 1.9 million jobs between 2018 and 2028—more than any other occupational grouping. Concordia’s North Building hosts six health care-related programs. Through these programs, learners can pursue degrees that would prepare them for seven out of the Top 10 careers in health care today.

Here are CUAA’s North Building programs:

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The best way to determine if a school is the right fit for you is to pay it a visit. Come see the North Building for yourself. Schedule a visit today.

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