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Standardized tests might feel like just a mind-numbing activity that robs you of half a Saturday. But the ACT and SAT are important tools to help colleges assess your academic abilities.
Chris Cartwright ’19 dedicated his summer to helping the community with Churches United for the Homeless.
College can feel daunting in all aspects and comes with a surplus of questions like: Where do I start? How do I apply or write essays? How will I pay for it?
Learn why Concordia students are taking the It's On Us pledge.
Julie Blehm, a retired internal medicine doctor, combined her medical skills and desire to help others by volunteering for the 2019 Special Olympics World Games in Abu Dhabi.
Layne Cole '18 searching through archives during a research opportunity
First-year students pack potatoes for a Hands for Change service project
A first-year student participates in a Hands for Change service project
Katie Twedell '13 having a conversation with co-workers at Flint Group in Fargo
Neuroscience major Sara Whiteman '18 in the Integrated Science Center
Sage Larson '17 traveled to Crete through Concordia's study away program
Nathaniel Kahlbaugh '19 focusing on his golf swing
Jon Leiseth being installed as the Minister for Faith and Spirituality in Action