Are you a high school student or know a high school student currently considering where to go to college? Join Concordia and participate in the virtual NAVIGATE 2020 Conference and College Fair (for free!), May 4-6.
It’s likely that COVID-19 getting in the way of your college planning process, but higher education institutions—like Concordia University Ann Arbor—are pivoting and ever-evolving to come up with new approaches to sharing information with prospective students.
Join us this week (May 4-6) for the NAVIGATE 2020 Conference and College Fair, including interactive college booths, the opportunity to live-chat with admissions reps, observe presentations on financial aid and admissions, and more.
May 4—6, 2020
12 p.m.—8 p.m. EST
Click the ‘Students & Families Register Here’ in the top right corner to participate in NAVIGATE 2020 for free, and be sure to stop by CUAA’s virtual booth!
“Right now we are all experiencing uncertain times, but they are also times of uncommon opportunity and uncommon growth,” said CUAA’s Director of Enrollment Jesús Hernández. “Concordia University is doing its best to adjust, respond and move forward in faith.”
In addition to the NAVIGATE 2020 virtual college fair (with the hope to participate in more online admissions events moving forward), Concordia’s admissions team continues to conduct individual virtual visits on a daily basis. Prospective students can speak one-on-one with an admissions representatives, faculty members, and athletic coaches as well as go on a virtual tour of campus.
“The admissions counselors, faculty, staff and students are all still very eager to give you, our prospective future Cardinal, as close to a taste of Concordia as possible. Join us for this uncommon experience as we walk by faith together,” said Hernández.
— Rachel (Ferry) Thoms is manager of campus communications for Concordia University Ann Arbor. She may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 734-995-7403.
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