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  • 5 things new students need to know about Fall Welcome Weekend 2020

    At the beginning of each academic year Concordia University Ann Arbor hosts a weekend-long event for new incoming students.

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  • Tips from CUAA students: What to bring for your room

    We're getting ready for the 2020-21 academic year, and more than likely, you are, too!

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  • Living Grace booklet emulates actual luncheon

    A Living Grace Virtual Luncheon booklet brought the look and feel of the actual summertime event to nearly 350 ladies when it arrived in their homes earlier this month in the mail.

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  • July 10, 2020
    Featured, News, Spotlight, Summer

    Zimmerman Library: 10 ebooks for summer reading

    CUAA's Zimmerman Library put together resources for summer reading including books on sports, travel and the outdoors, and classic novels.

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  • June 11, 2020
    Featured, News, Spotlight, Summer

    Zimmerman Library: 10 ebooks on the topic of racial justice

    Concordia University Ann Arbor's Zimmerman Library offers free resources for students, faculty, and staff seeking ways to listen, learn, and grow in knowledge on the topic of racial justice.

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  • Physician Assistant program hosts information session for prospective students, June 17

    Are you interested in a rewarding career in medicine? Consider CUAA's Physician Assistant Studies program!

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  • Campus Ministry leads weekly prayer gathering for faculty, staff, and students

    Concordia University Ann Arbor faculty, staff, and students are invited to join one another weekly for a virtual Summer Prayer Gathering.

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  • Return to campus plan announced to CUAA students

    Editor's note: The COVID-19 Student Return-to-Campus Plan was distributed via Concordia University email on June 5, 2020. Below includes the details communicated from the Office of University President Rev. Patrick T. Ferry, PhD.

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  • Concordia nursing goes above and beyond to administer virtual education

    Nurses have not stopped, and they will not stop. The admirable characteristics of integrity, compassion, service, and excellence have been exemplified by nursing professionals across the discipline and throughout the world since COVID-19 began wreaking havoc.  

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  • May 18, 2020
    School of Education, Summer

    Teacher Appreciation: 6 Nos and Knows for Thanking Your Teacher

    The school year is winding down, and there are a lot of mixed emotions surrounding the close to the academic year.

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