Concordia-Chicago announces distinguished awardees for Maroon & Gold fundraising gala

The University's signature fundraising event, Maroon & Gold: A Million Dreams, will honor four individuals for their faithful service within Lutheran education and their vocations at the Sept. 28 gala.


Recent grant will enhance CUC library’s early childhood education collection

Education students and faculty, along with students enrolled at the ECEC, will soon benefit from access to a significant number of new reading resources thanks to a grant from the Reaching Across Illinois Libraries System (RAILS).


Try out these 6 campus study spots to help you prep for finals

Every CUC student has their favorite study space on campus. During finals week, or any other time you have a huge project coming up, these campus spots have something for every study style.

Lectures / Conferences

University welcomes Carl R. Trueman in Lectureship in Christianity, Humanities and Public Life

Carl R. Trueman will deliver his lecture, “Reformation Thinking and the Modern Mind” on April 22 at 4 p.m.


These 7 famous people lived a stone’s throw from Concordia-Chicago

If you’ve spent any time in our surrounding neighborhood, chances are you’ve heard the names Frank Lloyd Wright and Ernest Hemingway come up often. Here are seven more famous locals you may not have known about.


"The Miracle Worker" opens April 11 in Bergmann Theatre

Artists of Concordia Theatre (ACT) presents “The Miracle Worker” by William Gibson, directed by Mark Bernstein. Performances will run April 11-12 and 18-20 at 7:30 p.m., and April 14 at 2 p.m.


University Band to host spring concert March 22

The concert, which continues the celebration of Dr. Richard Fischer’s 50th year at CUC, is free and open to the public on Friday, March 22 at 8 p.m.


Exhibit by Field Museum artist-in-residence open through May 4 in Ferguson Gallery

Peggy Macnamara’s technically exquisite watercolor wildlife paintings embrace the life of lichens, track patterns of bird and insect migrations, and investigate the inhabitants of marine ecosystems.


Wind Symphony and Kapelle hosting spring home concerts

The Wind Symphony will perform on Friday, March 15 at 8 p.m., and the Kapelle will perform on Sunday, March 17 at 4 p.m. Both concerts are free admission in the University’s Chapel of Our Lord.

Faith & Ministry

5 ways to stand tall in the faith at CUC

At Concordia-Chicago, nurturing students’ spiritual lives is an essential piece of the college experience.


Fall 2023 Dean's List honors extraordinary academic achievement

To qualify for the honor, baccalaureate degree-seeking students must have earned a semester GPA of 3.62 or better, be in good disciplinary standing, and have an academic workload of at least 12 semester hours.


Lincoln Laureate stands tall as the face of CUC at the state capitol

Senior Kate Johnson was named a Student Laureate of the Lincoln Academy of Illinois for her leadership and civic engagement on campus and beyond.