It’s been another year of record enrollment here at Concordia University Ann Arbor. Here is a look at some of the reasons why: the most-read stories of 2023.
10. A CUAA athletic training student’s grand slam internship with the Detroit Tigers
CUAA athletic training student Nick Painter received the opportunity of a lifetime to intern with the Detroit Tigers this past summer.
9. 10 CUAA fun facts that you may not know
There’s always more to learn about Concordia University Ann Arbor! To keep you on your toes, here are just a few fun (and a bit random) facts about the campus we all know and love.
8. A father-son trumpeting team plays its way through the Southwest
This past January, Brian Pollatz (’87) and Bruce Pollatz (’23) played alongside the CUAA band during their 2023 winter tour through AZ, NV, and CA.
7. CUAA names its special commencement award honorees for 2023
Concordia University Ann Arbor is pleased to announce this year’s Christus Primus and Outstanding Alumnus commencement honorees: Stephen E. Parrish and Timothy J. Sheldon, respectively.
5. CUAA welcomes new faculty for the 2023-24 academic year
Meet the newcomers who are eager to make an impact at Concordia University Ann Arbor.
4. Conferred and called: CUAA’s latest church work graduates
On the heels of CUAA’s May 2023 commencement celebrations, Concordia celebrates its latest crop of graduates who will enter into called positions for the LCMS.
3. Introducing CUAA’s 2023-24 Resident Assistants!
Concordia University Ann Arbor’s 2023-24 Resident Assistants are ready to welcome new students to campus next week!
2. CUAA announces spring 2023 Scholastic Honors list
Concordia University Ann Arbor has released its spring 2023 Scholastic Honors List, and 267 students have made the cut.
1. CUAA celebrates its inaugural class of the Physician Assistant Program at induction ceremony
CUAA’s first PA cohort celebrated their completion of the program at their induction ceremony in the Chapel of the Holy Trinity on Saturday, May 13.
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