Lutheran Educational Conference of North America

The Lutheran Educational Conference of North America (LECNA) is a consortium of Lutheran liberal arts colleges and universities. Formed in 1910, it is the oldest existing inter-Lutheran organization in the United States and Canada. LECNA's purpose is to encourage, assist, and promote cooperation among Lutheran colleges and universities in the United States and Canada.

Member Institutions

The conference (or consortium) includes 42 member institutions:
* Augsburg College
* Augustana College (Illinois)
* Augustana College (South Dakota)
* Bethany College (Kansas)
* Capital University
* Carthage College
* California Lutheran University
* Concordia University College of Alberta
* Concordia University Texas
* Concordia College (Minnesota)
* Concordia College, Bronxville
* Concordia College, Selma
* Concordia University, Saint Paul
* Concordia University, Ann Arbor, Michigan
* Concordia University Chicago
* Concordia University (California)
* Concordia University, Nebraska
* Concordia University (Portland, Oregon)
* Concordia University Wisconsin
* Dana College
* Finlandia University
* Gettysburg College
* Gustavus Adolphus College
* Grand View College
* Lenoir-Rhyne College
* Luther College (Iowa)
* Luther College (Saskatchewan)
* Midland Lutheran College
* Muhlenberg College
* Newberry College
* Pacific Lutheran University
* Roanoke College
* St. Olaf College
* Susquehanna University
* Thiel College
* Trinity Lutheran College (Washington)
* Texas Lutheran University
* Valparaiso University
* Wagner College
* Waldorf College
* Wartburg College
* Wittenberg University

External links

* [ Official LECNA web site]
* [ Lutheran Education Organizations]
* [ Consortium of Liberal Arts Colleges web site]

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