Thinking about becoming a nurse, athletic trainer, exercise scientist, physician assistant, occupational therapist, or physical therapist? CUAA’s Health Professions Visit Day on Tuesday, November 9 is for YOU!
Health Professions Visit Day at Concordia University Ann Arbor
The office of admissions invites high school students or current college students considering transferring to CUAA to a health professions focused Visit Day experience on Tuesday, November 9 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
(Psst… it only takes 2 minutes to register!)
Here’s what you can expect at Concordia’s Health Professions Visit Day:
- A day-in-the-life experience of what it’s like to be a Concordia Cardinal
- A tour of our state-of-the-art North Building, where CUAA’s health professions programs are housed
- Details about Concordia’s many health professions program options, including information on clinicals and coursework
- A tour of CUAA’s central campus along the riverfront (3 miles south of the North Building), complete with a stop in the residence halls
- A timeline of Concordia’s admissions process (we’re with you every step of the way!)
More about health-focused programs at CUAA
Ronald and Marvel Jones School of Nursing
The Ronald and Marvel Jones School of Nursing launched its first cohort in fall 2016 and has since graduated a class of compassionate caretakers every semester since fall 2018. The state-of-the-art Center for Simulation and Innovation within the nursing wing includes five hospital rooms, eight clinic rooms, a 10-bed skills lab that acts as an emergency department, a three-room
apartment, and a courtroom. The rooms are used daily as the setting for a variety of inpatient and outpatient simulations.
- Nursing students take on clinicals in ‘the last frontier’
- How to prepare for nursing school
- How nursing students using the sim lab at CUAA?
- Meet four Concordians promoting health among Detroit mothers and babies
- Concordia’s latest manikin showcases the handiwork of an Oscar-winning lifecaster
School of Arts and Sciences
Graduates of Concordia University Ann Arbor’s master’s in athletic training are taking the field as professionals for the first time, some scoring roles with Division 1 athletic programs right out of graduation. As a relatively new program at CUAA, two cohorts of graduates have completed the five-year program. The first group of students in May 2020 and again in May 2021. Many students considering pursuing careers in the medical field might opt to study exercise science, pharmaceutical science, biomedical sciences, or biology.
School of Arts and Sciences Headlines
- Norman Cyr (’17): Hardest worker in the room
- Concordia health professionals lead U of M athletic medicine in simulated emergency training
- Get to know one of our uncommon Concordians on campus, athletic training major Julia Palushaj (’20)
- CUAA athletic training alumni serve on Division 1 sidelines
School of Health Professions
CUAA school of health professions (SHP) recently celebrated the launch of its physician assistant program, welcoming the first class of students in January 2021 and a second class of PA students beginning in January 2022. Also included in CUAA’s SHP are current undergraduate offerings in social work, diagnostic medical sonography, radiologic technology, and rehabilitation sciences.
CUAA continues its positive momentum and development toward an exciting future in preparing the next generation of health care professionals with an Occupational Therapy Doctorate (OTD) program beginning in 2022 and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) program beginning in 2023, pending successful candidacy status with the respective accreditation bodies.
School of Health professions headlines
- CUAA’s entry-level OTD is now accepting applications
- Class is in session for Concordia’s first-ever Physician Assistant students
- Social Work students, families and friends raise funds for hunger
- The uncommon social worker bringing people together
- The uncommon radiologic technologist who embraces CUAA’s tight-knit community
- Social work receives $2.2 million HRSA grant
Architectural rendering demonstrates a new OT and PT skills lab being constructed in CUAA’s North Building.
Can’t make it Tuesday, November 9? Join us on a day that works for you!
Learn more about all of Concordia’s visit experience options at cuaa.edu/visit. We’re excited to meet you!
Questions about visiting Concordia University Ann Arbor?
Give us a call at (734) 995-7505 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
— Rachel Thoms served on Concordia University's Strategic Communications team from 2015-2022. Any inquiries about this story can be sent to email@example.com.
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