The University is pleased to announce its new accelerated learning center in downtown Frankenmuth. With administrative offices and classrooms located at 516 Main Street - Suite A, the Center will deliver accelerated undergraduate programs in business, hospitality management, management of criminal justice, and RN to BSN completion, as well as a master of science and in organizational leadership and administration with 11 concentrations.   

“This incredibly successful community is an outstanding fit for CUAA, a Christian institution of higher education,” said Rochelle Regenauer, executive director of Centers and Accelerated Programs for Concordia University Wisconsin. “It aligns with our mission, our vision, and our academic programs, creating synergies and opportunities,” Regenauer added.

Concordia University Ann Arbor and Concordia University Wisconsin are finalizing a merger, which should be completed in mid-2013, pending approval from the Higher Learning Commission. Ann Arbor’s accelerated learning centers will be pivotal to the University’s growth and success, according to Regenauer.

Lynn Zuellig has been hired as the Center Director and Student Manager for the Frankenmuth Center. She retired from her position as Chief Operating Officer of Lutheran Home Care in Frankenmuth, a place she had worked for 18 years. She also served on the Frankenmuth School Board for nearly 15 years as a secretary, Vice-President, and President at different times.

To celebrate the new Center, the University is hosting a Community Welcome and Outreach event on Thur., Jan. 10 from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Bavarian Inn Restaurant in Frankenmuth (713 S. Main Street). Prospective students, community leaders, and others are invited to attend and learn more about CUAA’s new Center.

For more information on the Frankenmuth Center or the upcoming Jan. 10 event, contact Rochelle Regenauer at or 262-243-243-4313.