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Find out what's coming up for Cobber Alumni events this year!
Moved since college? Don't use your cord.edu email address? Let us know the best way to keep you connected.
Show your Cobber Spirit and follow us on social media. Join the conversation using #cordmn
Join us as we volunteer our time to aid Churches United for the Homeless in sorting through their donations. Bring a friend as we help those in need!
Join students, Alumni, friend and family for a service project support Project Linus in the making of tie-blankets.
Find out how you can be a part of Concordia's Young Alumni Leadership Giving Society!
Mark your calendars for Oct. 2-4, 2020! Come back to campus, whether it's a reunion year or not! Join us for the weekend's events, including the Young Alumni Breakfast at Mick's.
Did you know that the corn feed tradition started in 1974? Corn feeds are happening all over the country this summer! Please join us as we enjoy everything corn!
Join us Oct. 11-13 for Homecoming 2019.
Plan all the details for your Homecoming experience
Get registered for Concordia Homecoming!
Your area is changing by the minute. Find out what's new and fun from Cobber locals: favorite alumni hangouts, neighborhoods, activities, venues to hold professional meetings and more!
Concordia wants to highlight its alumni and the work they're doing. Tell us what you're up to or recommend an alum to feature.
Volunteer to help students move into their dorms!
Cheer on the Twins with us!
Clear your mind with Cobber yoga
Join us for a Cobber Corn Feed near you!
The first ever Cobber Nostalgia Tour included a photo scavenger hunt around Moorhead.
Serve the community with us!
The University of North Dakota medical school class of 2023 includes 10 Cobbers, totaling nearly one-seventh of the class.
Cole Bartels ’17 is pursuing his Doctor of Musical Arts degree at the University of Wisconsin–Madison while seeking performance opportunities every chance he can get.