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It’s KFUO’s Concordia On-Air College Fair week! This entire week we’ll be talking to folks from each of our Concordias about what makes their school unique and why students should consider attending their Concordia. Stay tuned this week for exciting updates from each school! Find all of the interviews on the On-Air College Fair page.
Concordia University Ann Arbor
Jon Bahr, Director of Enrollment for Concordia University Ann Arbor, talks about the wonderful people and incredible campus in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Because CUAA is a small university in a Big 10 college town, students can not only participate in an abundance of college life but also have a close-knit community of Christians on campus. Family Life Ministry is a unique program for CUAA, and business and health care are very popular areas of study. Alpha and Omega House Parties, hosted by CUAA Campus Ministry, allow students in each dorm of 48 students to host a weekly event to talk about what God has done in their lives, play some games, and connect with the other students on campus. As a NAIA Division II school, student-athletes can play a variety of sports, including football, soccer, and newly-formed lacrosse. Students have many opportunities for service learning, and professors continually encourage students to serve in the community. Listen to the interview to learn even more about CUAA!
Find more information about Concordia University Ann Arbor at cuaa.edu.
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Concordia University Irvine
Emily Beckman, Sr. Associate Director of Undergraduate Admissions for Concordia University Irvine, speaks about the unique opportunities for students at CUI. With a campus just outside Los Angeles, California, CUI offers a beautiful campus community as well as opportunities in the city. Exercise Science, psychology, business, biology, and communication are the popular majors, and CUI also offers church work programs such as pre-seminary, pre-deaconess, and DCE. A very unique opportunity for students is Enduring Questions and Ideas, a program incorporated into classes to encourage students to think critically. As a NCAA Division II school, student-athletes have many opportunities to excel. Students involved in arts and music can earn scholarships even if they are not art or music majors, which encourages participation in the arts. Numerous off-campus activities help students build their own community and enhance their college experience. Listen to the interview to learn even more about CUI!
Find more information about Concordia University Irvine at cui.edu.
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