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  • Advancing the mission

    This letter, written by Senior Vice President of Advancement Rev. Dr. Roy Peterson, first appeared in the spring 2019 issue of the Arbor Light, the official magazine of Concordia University Ann Arbor.

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  • CUAA to raise funds for 100 (MORE) Bibles for Chapel of the Holy Trinity

    Check out this feel-good story and help us raise money for 100 (MORE) Bibles for our Chapel at Concordia University Ann Arbor!

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  • April 4, 2019
    Advancement, Alumni, Award, News

    Rev. David A. Davis (’79) receives the 2019 Outstanding Alumnus Award

    Rev. David A. Davis (’79), Senior Pastor at Saint Luke Lutheran Church in Haslett, Michigan and Vice President of the LCMS Michigan District is Concordia University Ann Arbor’s 2019 Outstanding Alumnus Award Recipient.

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  • Athletic department to celebrate 2019 Golf Classic and Hall of Fame Gala, May 31-June 1

    The Concordia University Ann Arbor athletic department is excited to host the 2019 Cardinal Golf Classic and Hall of Fame Gala, taking place Friday, May 31 and Saturday, June 1.

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  • January 26, 2019
    Advancement, Alumni, Impact of Giving, News

    Former players surprise CUAA’s first athletic director Dave Wenzel with scholarship endowment

    Pictured left to right: Jim Sorgatz, Doug Primeau, Dave Wenzel, Ken Haugk, Larry Manthei, and Harry Edenfield.

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  • The top CUAA headlines of 2018

    The year 2018 marked several new milestones for Concordia University Ann Arbor—from thrilling victories for Cardinal athletics to prestigious new recognitions for the university, and of course several new opportunities for students that show even greater promise to help all members grow in mind, body, and spirit for service to Christ in the Church and world.

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  • Curt Gielow retires from Concordia University

    After over 10 years of service to Concordia University, Curt Gielow, vice president of administration and campus executive of the Concordia University Ann Arbor campus, has announced his retirement. In his relatively brief time at Concordia, Gielow has left his mark as a key team member behind some of the university’s boldest moves, including: starting a new School of Pharmacy at Concordia University Wisconsin, acquiring the North Building at CUAA, starting a School of Nursing and a physician’s assistant program at CUAA, and, perhaps, largest of all, making the unprecedented integration of two different universities in two different states work.

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  • 10 ways you can give to Concordia (9 of them don’t cost a thing)

    If the past several years are any indicator, the spirit of giving will be out in full force today, on what has become known as Giving Tuesday.

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  • November 26, 2018
    Advancement, Alumni, Fine Arts, Kreft Arts, Music, News

    An insider’s guide to A Manor Christmas at Concordia University Ann Arbor

    A Manor Christmas returns to Concordia this week (November 30 - December 2)! The committee is working hard to get everything in order and ready for guests to enjoy the Christkindlemarkt, the greenhouse, and the beautifully decorated Earhart Manor on the campus of Concordia University Ann Arbor.

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  • Concordia presents the 41st annual Boar’s Head Festival

    Concordia University Ann Arbor is pleased to, once again, usher in the Christmas season with the annual Boar’s Head Festival with daily performances in the Chapel of the Holy Trinity from November 30 – December 2.

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