March 12, 2017
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March 12, 201712th Annual Choral Arts Finale March 26
Now in its 12th year, the Choral Arts Finale is an annual choral festival that showcases the state’s top high school choirs. This year’s Choral Arts Finale takes place Sunday, March 26 at 7:30 p.m. at Orchestra Hall in Minneapolis. Tickets ($15) can be purchased at the Orchestra Hall box office.… Read More
March 8, 2017CSP Moves to 120 Credit Hours
In a move that is responsive to the competitive higher education marketplace, Concordia University, St. Paul will lower its minimum graduation requirements for all bachelor’s degree programs from 128 to 120 credit hours, effective fall semester 2017.
The undergraduate policy committee unanimously voted for the reduction in requirements to align CSP with most public colleges and universities in Minnesota and nationwide which have already adopted the 120 credit minimum.… Read More
February 27, 2017Dr. Barb Schoenback Featured Speaker at Annual Poehler Lecture
Professor Emerita of Education Dr. Barb Schoenbeck is the featured speaker at the 2017 Poehler Lecture, March 7, 2017, at 7 p.m., in the Buetow Auditorium. The Poehler Lecture Series is an annual event designed to explore how students and faculty in the College of Arts & Letters, College of Education & Science, and College of Business & Technology have connected their Christian faith with their academic discipline.… Read More
February 10, 2017Spring Enrollment Trends Up for 11th Straight Year
Spring enrollment at Concordia University, St. Paul has grown for the 11th consecutive year, with significant increases recorded in traditional undergraduate, adult undergraduate, and graduate student numbers.
The 4,466 students enrolled (full and part time) represent an increase of 237 students (5.6 percent) from the 2016 spring semester.… Read More
February 1, 2017CSP Introduces Athletic Performance Center Plan
Concordia University administration and the athletics department have announced plans for an aggressive fundraising campaign aimed at constructing an Athletic Performance Center on campus.
The university’s plans call for a $1.5 million construction project with various naming opportunities to fund the project.… Read More