Graduation is a special time of year at Concordia. It’s a time to reflect, to celebrate, and to look forward to all that the future holds. Our graduates will go on to serve Christ in the Church and World long after they have left campus, but wherever they go, they will always be part of the Concordia family.

Meet a handful of exceptional graduates, and read the inspiring stories that have led them to commencement.

  • Record highs in recent Student Satisfaction Survey results

    Record highs in recent Student Satisfaction Survey results

    Friday, Sep. 24

    Concordia University Ann Arbor’s most recent graduates grew in their faith, experienced personal care, and feel better prepared to serve and lead in the world as a result of their time at CUAA, the results of the university’s spring 2021 Graduation Survey show.

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  • Class of 2020 invited to celebrate in person at December Commencement

    Class of 2020 invited to celebrate in person at December Commencement

    Thursday, Aug. 12

    Concordia University Ann Arbor's office of academics is excited to extend an invitation to the Class of 2020 to participate in the upcoming, in-person December 2021 Commencement.

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  • A firm spiritual foundation as a key to good mental health

    A firm spiritual foundation as a key to good mental health

    Sunday, May. 23

    A graduating Cardinal shares her outlook on placing your Identity, Security, and Meaning in God’s hands alone.

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  • Three alumni receive special honors at spring commencement

    Three alumni receive special honors at spring commencement

    Tuesday, May. 18

    The annual awards of Christus Primus, Honorary Doctor of Letters, and Outstanding Alumni were presented at spring 2021 Concordia University Ann Arbor commencement exercises.

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  • Calls and placements for CUAA’s latest church work graduates

    Calls and placements for CUAA’s latest church work graduates

    Monday, May. 10

    "As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God's varied grace." —1 Peter 4:10

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  • CUAA seniors celebrate academic, department awards

    CUAA seniors celebrate academic, department awards

    Monday, May. 10

    Congratulations to this year's senior recipients! The end of the academic year means special awards and presentations for departments and academic schools.

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  • CUAA School of Nursing: Spring 2021 Senior Award Recipients

    CUAA School of Nursing: Spring 2021 Senior Award Recipients

    Saturday, May. 8

    On Saturday, May 8, Concordia University Ann Arbor Ronald and Marvel Jones School of Nursing celebrated the Pinning Ceremony for the Gamma Class, the sixth cohort to graduate from CUAA's bachelor of science in nursing program.

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  • The uncommon believer turning unknowns into opportunities

    The uncommon believer turning unknowns into opportunities

    Friday, May. 7

    Tris’styn Williams remembers when she got the phone call that her school—Marygrove College in Detroit, Michigan—would be closing its doors.

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  • The uncommon finance graduate taking it one day at a time

    The uncommon finance graduate taking it one day at a time

    Wednesday, May. 5

    The last time James Olson (’21) celebrated his graduation, his life had just dramatically been turned upside-down.

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  • Meet some of CUAA’s May 2021 graduates

    Meet some of CUAA’s May 2021 graduates

    Tuesday, May. 4

    Get to know some of Concordia University Ann Arbor's uncommon graduates to be celebrated at in-person commencement ceremonies on Sunday, May 9, 2021.

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