by Thomas Saylor
This university history illustrates 25 years of Concordia University, Saint Paul from 1993 to 2018. Historian Thomas Saylor uses interviews with faculty, staff, students, and administration to provide rich insights into CSP's innovation in higher education through academics, athletics, and urban location. The book is bursting with images and is a vibrant narrative of the institution's legacy.
by Kenneth P. Kaden
This book was written for the 100th anniversary celebration of Concordia University, Saint Paul in 1993. It is the third comprehensive history of the school that has been written, preceded by Oswald Overn's A History of Concordia College in 1968 and Fred Wahlers A Short History of Concordia College in 1953. The book is organized into seven chapters. Chapter one is a summary history of Concordia's first century. Chapter two is a summary of student life through the century. Chapters three through six give a more in-depth chronological development of Concordia as an academic community. Chapter seven provides a summary of changes and developments during the century.
by Oswald B. Overn
This book was written for the 75th anniversary celebration of Concordia University, Saint Paul (then Concordia College) in 1968. While it may not be the first history written about the institution, as it was preceded by Fred Wahlers A Short History of Concordia College in 1953, it is certainly the first lengthy history of the school. After an introduction summarizing the beginnings of the school, the book is divided into subject areas based largely on departments, the content of which is organized chronologically.