Houston Center

Houston Center

Accelerate you educational dreams by attending classes at either of Houston's two teaching sites.  Attend class one night a week and complete 3-4 hours of college credit in just 4-6 weeks! One fee per class includes textbooks, small class sizes, and personalized attention from qualified instructors. See why our Accelerated Degree Program is just right for adults who work and want a college degree. Concordia University Texas is SACS accredited.


Address and Directions:

Houston Main Center
18220 Upper Bay Road
Houston, TX 77058

From I-45 South:
Take Exit 24 for Nasa 1 Bypass E - 3.1 miles Continue onto Nasa Pkwy E/Nasa Road 1 - 0.7 miles Turn right onto Upper Bay Road

From I-45 North:
Take Exit 25 for Nasa 1 - 0.6 miles - Turn right onto Pointe Center Dr - 0.3 miles Take the ramp onto Nasa 1 Bypass E - 2.4 miles Continue onto Nasa Pkwy E/Nasa Road 1 - 0.7 miles Turn right onto Upper Bay Road - Turn right at second stop sign into parking lot for Gloria Dei Lutheran Church Continue to Student Center at the back of the parking lot Our offices are the suite to the right of the Student Center lobby

Lutheran High North Teaching Site
1130 West 34th Street
Houston TX 77018

Lutheran South Academy Teaching Site
12555 Ryewater
Houston TX 77089


Office Hours:

Monday – Thursday:  8:00a - 5:00p
Friday:  8:00a - noon

Summer Office Hours:

Monday - Thursday: 8:00a - 6:00p

Friday: Closed


Schedule - Summer 2013

Houston Center Summer 2013 Schedule

Schedule - Spring 2013

Houston Center Spring 2013 Schedule (pdf)


Contact us today for more information:

Renae Lister
Dean, Houston Center

Leslie Hardeman
Admissions Counselor - Masters of Education

Dr. Gregory Jones
Houston Region Graduate Program Coordinator
Educational Administration Program Director
Assistant Professor of Education

Lynne Schultz
Student Support Coordinator

Christina Beall
Houston Center Coordinator


This page was last updated on Apr. 04, 2013.
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