CUAA recently announced its new Frankenmuth Center, 516 Main Street - Suite B, in downtown Frankenmuth. On Mon., Feb. 11 a ‘Get Started Night’ will take place from 5 to 8 p.m. for prospective students. Refreshments will be served and admission counselors will be on site to answer questions about the programs and help begin the enrollment process.

The Center will deliver affordable, accelerated undergraduate programs in business, hospitality management, management of criminal justice, and RN to BSN completion, as well as a master of science in organizational leadership and administration. These programs are ideal for working adults looking to advance in their career or get their degree. The flexibility also allows for students to balance their busy work and family schedules. Classes will take place at the Frakenmuth School District.

“Frankenmuth is an outstanding fit for CUAA, a Christian institution of higher education,” said Rochelle Regenauer, executive director of Center and Accelerated Programs for the University. “It aligns with our mission, our vision, and our academic programs, creating synergy and opportunity,” Regenauer added.

Lynn Zuelling is the Center Director and Student Manager for the Frankenmuth Center. She retired from her position of 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.

“Our goal is to have the first students enrolled in classes that will begin very soon,” said Zuelling. “It’s been quite amazing and humbling to see out how God’s plan for CUAA’s Frankenmuth Center is being revealed,” Zuelling added.

For additional information on the ‘Get Started Night’ or the new Frankenmuth Center, contact Lynn Zuelling at or 989-280-1030.