As the University continues to follow Illinois Phase 4 guidelines for COVID-19, all Spring 2021 Commencement exercises will be held virtually, streaming online May 7 and 8.
As part of its continued efforts to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, Concordia-Chicago is offering vaccine clinics on campus, which are open to all students, faculty and staff.
The English Department is pleased to announce the winners of the 10th annual Radke/Sorenson Prizes for Writing, two honors that recognize an outstanding poem and essay written by a junior or senior English major.
Concordia University Chicago undergraduate students participated in the Associated Colleges of the Chicago Area (ACCA) Student Symposium. The annual symposium provides a unique opportunity for students to showcase their research in the sciences, business, humanities and social sciences.
The Collective at Concordia University Chicago presents William Shakespeare’s “Titus Andronicus,” adapted and directed by CUC alumna Kristin L. Schoenback. The performance will be one night only, Friday, April 30 at 7 p.m., on the Pillars lawn on the University’s campus.
In what has become something of a tradition for Concordia-Chicago graduates, three of the University’s alumni are among the honorees of the 2021 LEA Awards.
Concordia University Dance Marathon (CUDM), a student-led on-campus organization, is excited to announce that it raised $20,461 at its fifth annual Big Event, bringing its five-year fundraising total to $83,622.
Concordia-Chicago to host "The Conservation of Paintings: Historical and Technical Discoveries" with acclaimed conservator
Concordia University Chicago is proud to welcome conservator and art historian Barry Bauman for a Zoom presentation, “The Conservation of Paintings: Historical and Technical Discoveries,” on Wednesday, April 14 at 5 p.m.
Concordia University Chicago set a new giving record during CUCelebrates, its fifth Annual Day of Giving, Tuesday, March 2. More than $145,500 was shared during CUCelebrates 2021 by over 300 generous donors.
Concordia-Chicago students support each other by contributing more than $14,000 toward emergency grants
After more than a year, the COVID-19 pandemic continues to dramatically impact every aspect of society, including the lives of Concordia University Chicago students. Fellow classmates, through gifts to the Gard Student Assistance Fund, have stepped up to aid one another.
CUC announced today that it plans to return to normal campus operations for the Fall 2021 semester. The University intends to offer face-to-face instruction, support full occupancy in the residence halls and provide students with a wide range of meaningful on-campus experiences. Additional, specific details will be announced soon.
Concordia University Chicago’s Wind Symphony has partnered with Sheboygan Lutheran High School’s Symphonic Band to present a coast-to-coast virtual concert event. The two schools have joined together as a way to offer congregations a meaningful sacred music repertoire amid the pandemic.