Covid 19

Our classes have moved online and our in-person gatherings are now limited. A virtual semester is upon us.

But social distancing doesn’t mean we have to go it alone. We just need to rethink the way we go about building community and sharing resources. Plug into Concordia University Ann Arbor resources and community opportunities from home!(Updated March 24, 2020)

Academic Resource Center

  • Academic Support Services remain available through Zoom, email, and/or other modalities. Click here to request an appointment through TutorTrac, or click here for more information. 
  • Click here for information on Accessibility Services and Test Proctoring.
  • Questions? Check the ARC website for updates or contact Tori Negash or Earl Schumake.

More helpful tips from the ARC:

Campus Ministry

Career Engagement and Industry Relations (CEIR)

Counseling and Mental Health Services (CAPS)

  • CAPS counselors are available in a telehealth format. For more information, contact Ali Ross.
  • Read these brief tips on how to manage stress and anxiety and to learn more about CAPS

Residence Life

Student Events

Technical Support (IT)

  • All IT Helpdesk staff are working at maximum capacity to support your remote work and the remote learning and teaching needs of students and faculty. For IT support, call IT Helpdesk (734-995-7424) or email the helpdesk (

Zimmerman Library

  • While the library is physically closed, there are many resources available to you online!
  • Primo will search all of our databases at once. Your login and password is the same as your portal login and password.
  • If you need help with research, check out the online research guides.
  • Here is a A-Z list of databases.
  • Questions? Need a book? Need help with research? Contact Liz Hartig.

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