|Below you’ll find a listing of current job opportunities at Concordia. An outline of responsibilities, requirements, and application procedures for each of the jobs is given in the full descriptions.|
Please find a list of helpful resources for parents of Concordia University students.
Welcome to the Parent & Family page! We are here to provide resources, connect you with what is happening at Concordia and answer your questions. We are excited to have you as part of the Concordia family and look forward to sharing the Concordia experience with you!
Dr. Matthew Wise, a Concordia University College of Theology, Arts, & Sciences professor, describes himself as a “chemistry hippie who embraces all things scientific.” Recently, he has been researching cloud formation mechanisms and secondary organic aerosol particles, producing data that researchers can utilize for climate models – models which drive today’s conversation on environmental policy. Along with advanced scientific equipment and computers, this professor’s research also includes something unique: undergrad science students.
Former Army musician finds a new mission in health care.
Join us for Respite Day at Concordia on March 7, 2015.
Respite Day - March 7, 2015
For parents and guardians of children with special needs, finding time to do something as simple as go to a movie, read a book, or run errands can be a challenge. To give these caregivers a much-needed “respite,” Concordia University’s College of Health and Human Services is hosting its fourth annual Respite Day on Saturday, March 7, with special support from Bethesda Lutheran Communities and Thrivent Financial.
The Office of Multicultural Services provides a variety of resources to support the holistic development, persistence, and achievement of students. OMS also works closely with other areas on campus to connect students with programs and services ranging from the Student Financial Services to the Writing Center to the Center for Service and Community Engagement.
These external websites address a range of multicultural issues:
CU Peer Mentors
(Four positions; 2 male coordinators & 2 female coordinators)
Support the transition of new first-year and transfer students of color. CU Peer Mentors are selected each spring to serve during the following academic year. For more information, please email OMS or visit the CU Peer Mentoring page.
Cultural Urban Dinner Tour Coordinator