Concordia University of Edmonton, previously Concordia University College of Alberta, is an independent publicly funded university in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Accredited under the Alberta Post-secondary Learning Act, Concordia is primarily funded by the Government of Alberta, tuition, and private donations. The university offers 45 majors and minors in the fields of Arts, Science and Management; 2 after-degree programs, 3 master's degrees, and several graduate certificates and diplomas. Through a faculty and course-sharing partnership, the University of Lethbridge maintains a small extension campus at the university. The Concordia Lutheran Seminary also shares the university grounds. Campus life features a community orchestra, a touring choir, and regular drama productions. There is a dormitory for women (Eberhardt Hall), one for higher-year women (Wangerin House), and a men's dormitory (Founders Hall). The university has a gymnasium and a large athletic field on campus. In the past the field was sometimes used for spring practice by the Edmonton Eskimos football team.