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  • Registration for Concordia summer camps now open

    As the summer approaches, the Concordia University Ann Arbor is preparing for summer camps and retreats geared for youth and teens.

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  • Concordia to offer STEAM sessions for middle and high school students, July 20-24

    Designed specifically for middle and high school students, Visual Ventures includes sessions on digital arts, social media, and gaming. Register to reserve your spot!

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  • Concordia nursing students travel to Romania, Kenya, and Belize

    Concordia University Ann Arbor school of nursing’s summer clinical offerings aren’t your typical learning experience—they’re immersive, life-changing, and global.

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  • 6 Concordia students who spent their summers as camp counselors

    I got to look campers in the eyes and say, “Jesus loves you and He died for you.” Best job ever, in my opinion. —Mandi Ressler ('19)

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  • 10 things new students need to know about Fall Welcome Weekend

    At the beginning of every year Concordia University Ann Arbor hosts a weekend event for new incoming students to get acquainted with the university, prepare for the fall semester, and meet new people within the Concordia community.

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  • July 2, 2019
    Spotlight, Students, Summer

    A college student perspective of the LWML 38th biennial convention

    On June 20-23, approximately 3,000 women and men gathered in Mobile, Alabama for the Lutheran Women's Missionary League 38th Biennial National Convention, "In Praise to the LORD!" My name is Alex Elliott ('23), and I had the honor of attending and representing Concordia University Ann Arbor and the Michigan District as a Young Woman Representative (YWR).

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  • June 27, 2019
    Achievements, Athletics, News, Summer

    2019 Hall of Fame inductees honored at athletics gala

    On Saturday, June 1, Concordia University Ann Arbor welcomed the newest inductees to the athletics hall of fame at the third annual Hall of Fame Gala.

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  • 9 reasons why students should study abroad

    My name is Allie Milot ('21), and I am here to tell you why every student should travel out of the country to study abroad at least once in their college career.

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  • 5th annual Summer Institute Workshops features series on trauma and resilience, July 29—Aug. 8

    For the fifth consecutive summer, Concordia University Ann Arbor’s School of Education will host the Summer Institute Workshops, a two-week professional development institute for teachers.

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  • June 10, 2019
    Fine Arts, Kreft Arts, Music, News, Summer

    Outdoor symphony performance brings 1,200 people to Concordia

    On Saturday, June 8, Concordia University Ann Arbor welcomed 1,200 people from the Ann Arbor community for a free, outdoor performance by the Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra.

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