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Campus & Community

President's message of inclusion

An Open Letter of Inclusion to the Concordia Community

Concordia University Portland is rooted in the Christian faith, Lutheran understanding and heritage, and liberal arts tradition and does not tolerate hate in any form, whether covert or overt, in language or in deed. We value all of our students, and community, including those who bring diversity of gender identity and sexual orientation. Please join us in mending any divides and sharing God’s love for all humankind.

A Message from the President – October 23, 2016

Dear Community,
 
Recent media coverage about online education addressed a broad range of topics - from regulatory coverage to accreditation standards.
 
We are disappointed that one of these recent articles mentions Concordia’s online master of education program and does not adequately reflect the university, our high graduation rates, and student success in our online graduate programs, nor the measures taken to ensure they are fully accredited and adhere to all educational requirements. 

Concordia U. Presents 66th Annual Christmas Chorale Dec. 2-4

Concordia University's choral and instrumental ensembles will present the 66th annual Christmas Chorale: A Service of Lessons and Carols on Dec. 2 and Dec. 3 at 7 p.m. and Dec. 4 at 3 p.m. at St. Michael's Lutheran Church, 6700 NE 29th Ave. in Portland, Ore.

Admission is free and the event is open to the public. Seating for all services is limited and on a first-come, first-seated basis. A free-will offering will be received to support student scholarships and Concordia University's music program.

Oregon Business magazine features 3 to PhD® & the Link Between Health Care and Education

New national model taking shape in NE Portland

Concordia University, Portland Public Schools and Trillium Family Services is showing how combining the latest best practices in health care and education, results in a new national model, called 3 to PhD®, for safer, healthier and more educated communities.

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