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Academic Advising provides helpful resources

1/21/2022 - 1 minute read

The Academic Advising department has many resources available to new students throughout the semester. The academic advisors are there to support students all semester long, allowing students to stay on-track to graduate and grow towards their future vocations.

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Student presents her showcase work to professors and experts in the field.

President’s Academic Showcase- Sign-ups end today!

1/21/2022 - 1 minute read

Students! Are you ready for an academic research competition that includes cash prizes, course credit and one-on-one time with a staff mentor? Today, Jan. 21, is the last day to sign up for this competition; Concordia’s annual President’s Academic Showcase of Undergraduate Research. 

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Marty the Eagle promotes the CUI homecoming sports games

CUI Homecoming goes hybrid

1/21/2022 - 1 minute read

Homecoming will look a little differently with activities held both online and in-person on the weekend of January 28. The LEAD team, Athletics, and Alumni team coordinated for a weekend of festivities.

The Alumni Homecoming events have been moved to a virtual setting. The weekend consists of Friday and Saturday online events, including Virtual Bingo and an awards ceremony. CUI will also honor the 2022 Alumni of the Year.

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President Dr. Michael Thomas

A holiday message from President Thomas

12/10/2021 - 1 minute read

Dear Students,

The fall semester is quickly coming to a close, as you are all too aware. There are many terrific, celebratory events towards the end of the semester. After such a long semester, you kind of just want to hang out with your friends until you leave for home.  

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Ka Pu’uhonua club volunteering in the Heritage Garden

Ka Pu’uhonua: “A place of peace, safety and sanctuary”

12/10/2021 - 2 minute read

Ka Pu’uhonua is a club at Concordia that seeks to provide a community for Pacific Islander students and more by holding events that share different aspects of Hawaiian culture.

Ka Pu’uhonua means “a place of peace, safety and sanctuary” and their mission statement is E Ulu A Paʻa which means “to grow, to flourish and to thrive." Club Vice President and junior, Sheri Tegan said the goal for the club “is to educate about Hawaiian culture and create a safe, inclusive space for students and faculty, including, but not limited to, people from Hawaiʻi and/or people of Hawaiian and Polynesian descent.” 

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Students enjoy food and company while discussing philosophy at Taco Talks

Taco Talkin’ Tuesdays

12/10/2021 - 1 minute read

Taco Talks, sponsored by Bella Amore, a Living Learning Community in Upper Quads, are conversations that both faculty and students alike have together about contemporary topics that affect both the students and institutions. The talks occur four times per semester on Tuesdays, and everyone is welcome to join in on conversation and dining – and tacos are provided!

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Jazlyn Ortuño- Nunez, Student Success Coordinator

CUI Hispanic Leadership Advisory Council has openings for students

12/10/2021 - 1 minute read

CUI’s Hispanic Leadership Advisory Council (HLAC) currently has two open seats available to Concordia students. Since 2017, HLAC has dedicated themselves to making CUI a thriving Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI). 

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Champions FC crowned as soccer intramural champions

Intramural champions have been crowned

11/19/2021 - 2 minute read

After eight weeks of competition, the fall season of intramurals came to a close after an exciting championship week leaving four teams as victors. Championship week began Mon., Nov. 8 with volleyball finals and ended Sun., Nov. 14 with the flag football championship. 

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CUI students excited and ready for give back day

CUI Give Back recap

11/19/2021 - 0 minute read

This year marked CUI’s sixth annual CUI Give Back Day. This annual event occurs each November and is a way for the school to raise money and to essentially “give back.” This year was the most successful CU Give Back event to date. 

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Faith McKinney, right, seated next to Professor Kit Nagel in a photo from 2018 before the previous Around-The-World-Semester ®

Concordia study abroad director loves her job to the Moon and back

11/19/2021 - 1 minute read

Imagine enhancing your on campus Concordia education with a semester in England, a fulfilling mission trip, or even an Around-the-World Semester.® The Courier sat down with Faith McKinney, Senior Director, Moon International Center to learn more about future study abroad opportunities as well as how McKinney mixes her love of travel with her passion for working with students.

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