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  • Making lives uncommon, one student at a time

    Join us for the tipoff of March MATCHness!

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  • Concordia Vespers returns to ‘full strength’ for spring 2022

    Please join us in the Chapel of the Holy Trinity as the CUAA music department presents Concordia Vespers on Sunday, March 6, at 5:00 p.m.

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  • Local congregation cares for Concordia nursing students in an intentional way

    Members of St. Luke Lutheran Church in Ann Arbor made a special effort to support CUAA's nursing students during finals week.

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  • Your gift to Concordia blesses our students

    Your generous support helps our students cover some of the costs of their education so that they can focus on becoming prepared to serve Christ in the Church and the world.

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  • November 9, 2021
    Advancement, Alumni, Impact of Giving, News

    28-year-old alumnus Tyler Sigmon (’19) establishes endowment

    It's not every day you see an alum establishing an endowment to their alma mater before they even turn 30 years old.

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  • School of nursing’s namesake honored with recognition ceremony

    Earlier this year, Concordia announced the naming of the Ronald and Marvel Jones School of Nursing in tribute to university donors, Ronald and Marvel Jones.

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  • Concordia receives massive art paper donation from local shop owner

    Susan Pickering Rothamel is in the process of retiring and closing up her store, USArtQuest, which is possibly the largest independently owned art paper distribution, wholesale, and retail store in the U.S. Concordia was one of three universities to be gifted a significant portion of her inventory.

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  • New Heckert endowment supports pre-sem students at CUAA

    A new scholarship endowment formed in honor of beloved Concordia professor, Rev. Dr. Jakob Heckert, support pre-seminary students looking to study at CUAA and grow their "giving, pastoral heart."

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  • March 30, 2021
    Impact of Giving

    Zane Simon, Class of 2021

    Zane Simon is pursuing a major in Family Life Education with a minor in Youth Ministry and is on track to graduate in December 2021. Through his service and the support of the Concordia community, life is put into perspective.

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  • March 30, 2021
    Impact of Giving

    Payton Lovins, Class of 2022

    Payton Lovins is studying Elementary Special Education and graduating in the spring of 2022 and is a true Concordian in every sense of the word. In her own words, her mission is to “live like Jesus, wholeheartedly.”

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