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Concordia University Ann Arbor’s Music Faculty Recital will be held Monday, February 19th.
Concordia students spend a week of winter break to aid in Houston’s long road to recovery after the catastrophic flooding of Hurricane Harvey in August 2017.
Honor Band Days Showcase Talents
7th Annual CIT Set January 26-27
On Dec. 12, CUAA’s softball team added its 32nd member, 13-year-old Carly Fraser, to the official team roster.
As the fall 2017 semester winds down, the university’s news team took a moment to round up the seven most-read stories of the past year.
Musical Theatre Day Scheduled January 27
Seed money and business support were awarded to the top three Concordia student ideas
A4 news producer Meredith Bruckner previewed Concordia’s inaugural A Manor Christmas event.
The professional MBA (pMBA) to begin first classes in 2018.
Future English educators attend the 2017 National Council of Teachers of English in St. Louis, Missouri.
Dr. William Cario will serve as the newly created Provost and Chief Academic Officer, and three Vice Provosts will serve under him.
Concordia’s football team secures their spot in the 2017 NAIA Football Championship Series First Round for the first time ever.
MLive reporter Martin Slagter attended Concordia’s 10th annual Veterans Day program to cover the university’s keynote speaker.
Cantus Returns to CUAA for “Discovery of Sight”
40th Annual Boar’s Head Festival set December 1-3
A decade since its beginning, CUAA looks forward to honoring Veterans with the annual celebration on Friday, November 10.
Decorated Manor will Anchor Concordia University’s Christmas Celebration
MLive reporter Martin Slagter reports on Concordia’s record enrollment for 2017.
Wind and String Ensembles to Present Reformation Concert at Washtenaw Community College
Historic Luther books and exhibits featured October 24-December 3.
October 31 concert to feature special Reformation Hymns
On the heels of last year’s all-time high enrollment, Concordia has set a new total enrollment record for 2017.
ClickOnDetroit reporter Shawn Ley stops by campus during Concordia’s filming of support video for Faith Lutheran Las Vegas students and staff.
Concordia’s director of Student Success and Retention, Earl Schumake, III places a priority on offering solid support for struggling students.
Interprofessional education simulation merges nursing and business disciplines.
A summer spent in 1967 Detroit shapes an alumna’s faith and future vocations.
CUAA's newest athletic programs will play first games in 2018.
See what a night in the life of a CUAA student is like.
Class of 2013 graduate Jill Topham was the featured alumnus in the fall 2017 issue of the Arbor Light.
CUAA now offers a bachelor's degree in social work.
Former family life professor, Karna Doyle, left a lasting impact.
Martin Luther’s legendary response to life’s big questions
A campus pastor’s contribution to a spirited student life.
In its inaugural year, A Manor Christmas aims to bring Christmas merriment to Ann Arbor’s historic Earhart Manor on CUAA’s campus.
Preview Concert on Sunday, October 1st at 4pm
Anne of Green Gables will kick off the 2017-2018 drama season at Concordia University Ann Arbor, with four performances scheduled October 12-15.
CUAA student Blake Wright returned from an internship in Florida just before Hurricane Irma was scheduled to strike. Click on Detroit (Channel 4) met up with Wright at the airport as he reunited with his fiancé.
CUAA senior Blake Wright, who is on internship in Florida, is among those who are leaving the state in advance of Hurricane Irma’s impending strike.
Poetry editor to lecture at CUAA October 5
Sean Dobbins to headline free concert at Earhart Manor September 22
The 2017-18 academic year holds first classes on Monday, August 28, 2017.
Modernist Painter Exhibit to Open Kreft Gallery Fall Series
MLive was one of multiple news sources that reported on Concordia’s efforts to ease the transition for students of Marygrove after the liberal arts school announced Aug. 9 that it would drop its undergraduate programs at the end of the fall 2017 semester.
A recent news report revealed that Concordia students on average took on less debt than 27 other colleges and universities in Michigan in 2016.
On Tuesday, August 22, CUAA will hold a transfer workshop for Marygrove College students. The northwest Detroit liberal arts college announced it will drop undergraduate programs at the end of the fall semester.
Concordia earned a No. 1 spot on a recently released online study that ranked the top universities in the nation according to how visible the campus safety is.
CUAA announces Jennifer Fieten as the new child life coordinator within the popular family life program.
Preview Concert to Open 2017-2018 Music Department Series
Concordia welcomes the community to campus on Saturday, Sept. 16
Concordia University Ann Arbor unveils its 2016-17 annual university report.
CUAA completes tour in celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation
Professor of music brings fresh expertise to worship arts program
CUAA continues growth of its athletic department, now totaling 24 programs with the addition of men’s and women’s hockey launching in the 2018-19 academic year.
Concordia professor leads students on 15th annual study abroad trip to London.
CUAA announces its inaugural marching band, Cardinal Regiment.
Three CUAA students fulfill a degree requirement through a special University connection.
See a complete list of summer happenings on the campus of CUAA.
CUAA is teaming up with Give 365 to provide hands and hearts in service to the local Ann Arbor community.
Living Grace is a Christian growth and fellowship opportunity for women, taking place at CUAA on Tuesday, June 6.
CUAA’s Class of 2017 is prepared for service to Christ in the Church and the World.
Beth Bodiya will graduate with her master’s in Student Personnel Administration in Higher Education (SPAHE) and go on to work in Student Affairs at the University of Michigan. She’s part of the first cohort to graduate from the program.
Rachel (Koch) Gonzalez will begin an internship at Concordia Publishing House following graduation.
Five students from CUAA’s graduating class of 2017 will go on to pursue advanced biology degrees
Concordia’s School of Nursing reaches another benchmark in new program establishment
The president of the Minnesota South District will deliver the commencement address, Paul Angott will receive an Honorary Doctorate, Kay Haab will receive the Christus Primus Award, and Steven Meske will receive the Outstanding Alumnus Award during CUAA’s May 14 commencement ceremony.
Decades after the first Tool Time retreat, student leaders still step up for youth ministry.
CUAA raises up students, like Sidney Bosley, who are ready to make a difference on campus and in the world.
For Concordia’s newest head coach, Joshua Schumacher, faith and football go hand in hand.
President Ferry’s journals demonstrate his faith that God’s hand is at work in Concordia’s story.
With President Patrick T. Ferry approaching his two-decade milestone at the helm of Concordia University Wisconsin, Dr. Tamara Ferry, director of institutional research and president’s wife penned an opening address for the spring 2017 Arbor Light issue.
A look at the Maier legacy and its part in Concordia’s future.
A once-displaced student finds a home at Concordia.
Adjunct instructor Kristin Rathje chronicles the inaugural Winterim trip to Israel that CUAA and CUW students and faculty took
An anchor degree program equips students to strengthen families.
Concordia Ann Arbor alumna, Melisa Cameron, uses her God-given talents for a corporate career dedicated to the greater good.
Ensembles to join for “A Night of Singing” April 28 to raise funds for the music department.
Join us on Thursday, May 4 at 8 p.m.
On July 30-31, high school students interested in pastor, teacher, family life, or church music vocations are invited to Trinity Time held on CUAA’s campus.
Concordia’s Athletic Department to celebrate its Class of 2017 induction into the Hall of Fame with celebratory gala on Thursday evening, June 1.
Four Haab School of Business students will represent CUAA at #NSMC2017 on Friday, April 7 in St. Louis, MO.
Concordia University academic programs use simulation to prepare students in their future careers, acting out scenes that are completely interactive replications of the real world.
Concordia’s Athletic Department announces Sunday, April 30 as the date for the second annual CARDYS, a CUAA award show presented by the Student Athlete Leader Team.
Free Faculty House Concert Sunday, April 23rd
CUAA black box theatre stage will be the site of a revised version of this popular classic.
In honor of Aretha Franklin’s 75th birthday, Concordia students will perform four of her greatest hits and will be accompanied by her beloved piano, now owned by CUAA.
Concordia University Ann Arbor’s choir will present its annual spring concert on Sunday, March 26 in the Chapel of the Holy Trinity.
Ben Freudenberg (Concordia Center for the Family) and Glenn Gritzon (Congregational Family Services) present discoveries from pilot research and elicit participation for next round of church worker family health.
Concordia’s Wind Ensemble will present its annual Spring Concert Thursday, March 9th
Concordia University Ann Arbor hires coordinator for new program, launching courses in Fall 2017.
The annual Kreft Juried Art Exhibition, will open to the public Tuesday, March 21, continuing through April 13.
The Fifth House Ensemble, a young, Chicago-based chamber orchestra, will collaborate with the Chicago bluegrass band, The Henhouse Prowlers, in a Friday, March 3 concert.
CUAA’s former associate head football coach, Chance Childers, is now director of enrollment.
Area education professionals are invited to apply to lead a workshop at CUAA’s third annual Summer Institute Workshops.
Jose Chafer Mompo to Perform free recital February 11.
Dr. Bruce Braun, Superintendent of Lutheran Schools for the Michigan District of the Lutheran Church Missouri-Synod, presents “Seven Keys to a Long Teaching Career."
The Super Bowl, Final Four, and NCAA World Series – CUAA SEB students have worked them all.
Learn more about our upcoming events!
The excitement, spirited games, and fellowship of the Concordia Invitational Tournament continues for its 66th year.
CUAA’s football program receives national recognition for the program’s emphasis on integrity, respect, responsibility, sportsmanship, and servant leadership.
Students from 2nd-8th grade are welcomed to an all-day camp at CUAA, combining basketball fundamentals and science experiments hosted by the CUAA Science and Athletic Departments.
A four-part, expert speaker series will be hosted by CUAA throughout the upcoming year in anticipation of the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation.
Concordia's favorite tradition and Christmas celebration takes place on December 2-4, 2016.
Head Football Coach Lonnie Pries will remain as CUAA’s Athletic Director, but is passing the reigns of the football program to Defensive Coordinator Joshua Schumacher.
CUAA Athletic Trainer, Dan Meier, teams up with Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation as he trains for an Ironman Triathlon.
CUAA’s enrollment is at an all-time high, having climbed more than 40 percent over the past three years.
A CUAA student, Collin Christensen, took his medical research to new heights when he had the opportunity in 2016 to present his research findings to 11,000 scientific researchers at the American Society of Microbiology Conference in Boston.
CUAA students plug into the multi-billion dollar sporting industry.
CUAA alumnus Dr. John Nunes, who recently took the helm at Concordia College, New York, traces who he is today to his Ann Arbor experience.
A CUAA alum becomes a School of Nursing faculty member.
A look at one congregation’s enduring support of a Concordia education.
For athletics pioneer and Hall-of-Famer Dave Wenzel, coaching was all about the people.
CUAA will host noted author and speaker Rev. Christopher Thoma later this month
Concordia University Ann Arbor’s Concordia Choir will be taking part in a spring Central Europe Performing Tour, and university alumni and friends are invited to attend.
Concordia University announced today the Luther Promise, an institutionally funded scholarship guarantee that provides qualified undergraduate students between $16,000-$20,000 annually.
CUAA Psychology and Art Departments present Faces of Depression
Concordia University Ann Arbor Theatre Presents "The Servant of Two Masters"
CUAA will dedicate a renovated and revamped North Building on Tuesday evening, September 20.
CUAA has announced Dr. Georgia Kreiger as the new Director of Academic Operations.
CUAA offers students stranded by the unexpected closure of ITT Technical Institute a pathway to degree completion.
The Concordia University Ann Arbor athletic department announces Kristin Abbott as the head coach of the Concordia Cardinals women’s soccer program.
Concordia University Ann Arbor students serving in South Africa
Summer at CUAA
High school students are invited to a two-day, one-night summer music camp hosted by the Kreft Arts Program at Concordia University Ann Arbor
Concordia University Ann Arbor has announced its student of the month for May.
A New Career
Sidney Bosley, has been elected to serve on the Association of Student-Athletes (ASA) for a second term throughout the 2016-2017 academic year.
When Andrew Gardner was a sophomore in high school, no one expected him to live through the next 48 hours.
The 22-year-old Concordia University Ann Arbor criminal justice major had an uphill route leading to the commencement stage
Concordia University Ann Arbor will honor graduates during its spring commencement and baccalaureate ceremonies on Sunday, May 15.
CUAA will host the annual Cardinal Golf Classic, benefitting student scholarships and providing funding for resources
CUAA celebrates Trevor Sutton's recently published book "Being Lutheran".
Concordia University Ann Arbor announced two recent hires who are among the first to join the School of Nursing faculty.
A team of CUAA students will have the chance to apply business and marketing lessons learned in the classroom through a unique real world educational competition.
Concordia Choir performed a music tour throughout the Midwest
This year, the University is taking that encouragement one step further by designating one week–-students’ spring break week–-as “Concordia University Week of Service”
CUAA has released the results of a survey administered to students in an effort to help University officials
CU is offering students an exclusive opportunity to tour the Holy Land and earn school credit next year.
CUAA’s student satisfaction is at an all-time historical high, ahead of the national average for private, four-year universities, according to Student Satisfaction Inventory
CUAA will host “A Dramatic Presentation of the Gospel of Mark” on Friday, April 8
CUAA’s Kreft Arts Program, in conjunction with the Department of English, is pleased to announce the eighth annual Conference on Spirituality and the Arts and Sciences taking place on Concordia’s campus Thursday, April 7.
Concordia University Recognizes Jeff Degraff at Inaugural Community Thought Leaders Series
38th Annual Boar’s Head Festival in CUAA
Concordia University (CUAA) announces the approval of its new School of Nursing by the Michigan State Board of Nursing.
CUAA announces the addition of men’s and women’s lacrosse programs beginning with the 2016-2017 academic year.
CUAA will host renowned theologian, author and Christian creation scholar, Rev. Dr. Charles Arand
CUAA’s Student Personnel Administration in Higher Education degree fulfills the regional need to prepare and equip leaders for careers in higher education
CUAA announces a new Master of Science in Computer Science (MSCS) program
CUAA will dedicate a renovated and revamped Kreft Center for the Arts on Friday evening, September 18.
Concordia University Ann Arbor is hosting the 3rd annual Creation Conference July 6th-8th 2015.
CUAA and the National Basketball Retired Players Association (NBRPA) just announced a new business partnership
The University is proud to announce that Dr. Daniel Sem will be the new Dean.
CUAA has recently announced plans for its new Athletic Training Program
The longest running basketball tournament in the country will take place at CUAA January 30-31.
Concordia University is pleased to announce it recently signed a corporate partnership agreement with the Detroit Police Officers Association (DPOA).
Women’s Volleyball Team Wins the NAIA Team Champions of Character National Award
Generations of Veterans Shared Their Stories on Campus Tuesday as Part of Veterans Days
CUAA is one of this year’s sponsors of Crain’s Detroit Business 40 Under 40.
University Approves Certified Management Course Becoming a Select Provider in Washtenaw County
The National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education recently recognized CUAA’s Early Childhood Education
Dr. K, passed away Thursday, July 17th.
The University will be displaying its school pride wherever they travel beginning this fall with a newly designed motor coach complete with CUAA’s logo and mascot, Corky the Cardinal.
Gretchen Jameson, the new Vice President of Strategy, Culture, and External Relations.
CUAA Earns Third Place in LCEF Student Marketing Competition
Dr. Thomas Cedel, will be this year’s spring commencement speaker.
CUW recently announced that the merger with CUAA is now complete.
CUAA Board of Regents Names Interim President
Improvements Underway on CUAA’s Campus
This Year Marks the 50th Academic Year of CUAA
Academic Alliance Between CUAA and CUW Expands as CUW’s Board of Regents Formalizes Deal