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.

  • CUAA celebrates graduates’ calls, academic awards

    CUAA celebrates graduates’ calls, academic awards

    Tuesday, May. 17

    With commencement under their belts, more than 140 individuals will soon begin their service to Christ as CUAA graduates.

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  • Commencement 2022: Announcing CUAA’s candidates for graduation

    Commencement 2022: Announcing CUAA’s candidates for graduation

    Sunday, May. 15

    Congratulations to all the amazing scholars—undergrads and graduate students—who will soon be celebrating their graduation from Concordia University Ann Arbor!

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  • CUAA School of Nursing: Spring 2022 Senior Award Recipients

    CUAA School of Nursing: Spring 2022 Senior Award Recipients

    Saturday, May. 14

    On Saturday, May 14, Concordia University Ann Arbor Ronald and Marvel Jones School of Nursing celebrated the Pinning Ceremony for the Eta Class, the eighth cohort to graduate from CUAA's bachelor of science in nursing program.

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  • The uncommon couple prepares for marriage and ministry

    The uncommon couple prepares for marriage and ministry

    Thursday, May. 12

    Logan Davis ('22) and Abby Haggard ('22) are preparing for graduation, a wedding, a move across the country and a new adventure in St. Louis, MO.

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  • The uncommon PhD candidate who started small in order to think big

    The uncommon PhD candidate who started small in order to think big

    Thursday, May. 12

    Meet Madalyn Fields (’22), a biomedical sciences major who found CUAA's small class sizes and personal relationships with professors to be the best pre-cursor to big-time graduate-level opportunities.

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  • The uncommon nurse pursues equality in patient care

    The uncommon nurse pursues equality in patient care

    Tuesday, May. 10

    First-generation college graduate and nurse, Maria Esquivel ('22) plans to use her training and experience from Concordia University to help close the language gap in her community.

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  • The uncommon Concordian whose accounting career is off to a fast start

    The uncommon Concordian whose accounting career is off to a fast start

    Tuesday, May. 10

    Meet Kayla Dybas, an accounting major/business communication minor who landed her dream job right out of the gate.

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  • The uncommon leader finds a passion for teaching

    The uncommon leader finds a passion for teaching

    Monday, May. 9

    As Colton Ritsema ('22) recounts his time at Concordia, he reflects on the combination of faith, academics, sports, and growth that made for a life-changing college experience.

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  • Commencement Weekend: Everything you need to know

    Commencement Weekend: Everything you need to know

    Tuesday, May. 3

    Concordia University Ann Arbor is celebrating 140 students as they graduate on May 14-15. Here is what you need to know about the weekend festivities.

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  • Introducing CUAA’s December 2021 graduates!

    Introducing CUAA’s December 2021 graduates!

    Saturday, Dec. 18

    Congratulations to our Class of 2021 December graduates!

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