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Campus & Community

Concordia University 2013 Graduates Focused on Service to Others

Oregon’s fastest growing university adds new degree options, continues to grow online

Oregon's fastest-growing university, Concordia University, awarded a total of 660 undergraduate and graduate degrees on Sat., May 4, 2013.

This year's commencement ceremonies at the Christian, liberal arts university in Portland, was the largest in the University's century-long history at an increase of 44 graduates, or nearly 10%. Concordia graduates span the university's 26 undergraduate majors and four graduate areas of study.

KGW TV Features Concordia's Food Service "Cutting the Waste"

Sodexo contributes to CU sustainability

Sodexo and Concordia Plant Services for all their significantly expanded efforts toward sustainability and "cutting the waste" as this KGW TV Ch. 8 segment features. Not only are cost savings being realized, it is in line with Concordia's mission to transform society for the better.

Watch the news story on the KGW website.

Concordia Launches New Education Doctorate

Ed.D. offered both online and on Portland campus

Concordia University's new, accredited Doctorate of Education (Ed.D.) degree will be offered both online and on the Portland campus, beginning May 2013.

"Concordia's new doctorate of education emphasizes the personal relationships between student peers and professors that Concordia is known for, by grouping students in cohorts of 15 to travel through the 3-4 year program together," said Joe Mannion, Concordia University's Dean of the College of Education.

KXL Radio Features Concordia U., Faubion School and HotChalk

120 iPads Donated to Faubion as Part of "3 to PhD"

Listen to the Friday, March 1 story about the donation of 120 iPads to Faubion School at an all-school assembly in celebration of Read Across America Day. The assembly continues the Faubion-Concordia-Portland Public School collaboration to rebuild and modernize Faubion School and launch a new national model "3 to PhD."