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Welcome to Concordia University Events! The campus is available to non-profit community partners who fit with our mission, preparing leaders for the transformation of society. Concordia University offers event and meeting space to community partners and groups for educational, cultural, civic and recreational purposes. First and foremost we are a university and CU students, programs and sponsored events have priority in the use of all campus spaces. We are excited to continue to build our relationship with the community and sharing opportunities.
Event Proposal Steps
- Determine if your gathering is an event
- Gathering of medium to large size requiring use of university space, excluding academic classes scheduled through registrar and departmental meetings without catering.
- Reserve your event space through outlook
- How to Reserve
- Check availability of the room you wish to use.
- Check via invite and scheduling assist tab
- All spaces must be properly reserved before use. See Scheduling.
- Event request proposals need to be submitted 2 weeks prior to the event.
- All event cancelations must be made 2 business days prior to the event.
- Use of spaces must be in accordance with all safety usage and technology policies.
- The sponsoring group will need to contact campus safety 2 weeks prior to the event for any additional security needs.
The Concordia Social Work Club is a student run group intended to support students as they work to become social workers. Each year, club members determine their own focus, whether it is on internal networking, social justice, advocacy or volunteerism. Students develop friendships, leadership skills, and a better idea of how to work together to support one another.
Each year, Concordia’s Social Work Program offers students the opportunity to travel abroad to learn about social work systems, practices and programs in other environments. Typically these are short term (1-2 week) experiences. When possible, students incorporate service into the learning opportunity to strengthen our understanding of the country and culture visited. Over the past five years, students have traveled to Germany, the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua.
Check out the videos below to learn more about the 2012 trip to Nicaragua.