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Student Life

CSP offers unlimited opportunities to create a valuable college experience. Attend an event, hold a late-night study session, hang out in the game room, attend a concert or cheer on the Golden Bears with your friends! There are many ways to get involved on campus, and you’ll form valuable connections with peers through activities, opportunities and memories!


Student Clubs & Organizations offered at CSP


Athletic teams to cheer for. Go Golden Bears!


Hours of service-learning & volunteering by CSP students annually

Ways to Get Involved

  • Join one of our many clubs and organizations and get involved!  We’ve got something from everyone, from Concordia Sisterhood of Empowerment to our Business Club, or Cornerstone men’s ministry or intramural athletics. Can’t find the activity that you’re really excited about? Contact Student Senate to start your own club from the ground up… and get your idea funded!

  • A Co-Curricular Transcript (CCT) is a record of leadership, accomplishments, involvement, experiences, and skills earned as a CSP student. The CCT is a smart transcript with an interactive profile and real-time progress. The CCT lives on Comet’s Connection under the student profile. Students may view experiences and skills under the opportunities menu.



  • The Concordia Art Gallery rotates exhibitions throughout the year and there are plenty of music and theatre performances to keep the right side of your brain engaged.  Productions occur throughout the academic year and students from all majors are involved!

  • The IGNITE leadership program is designed to grow your leadership potential, fuel your passion and transform you into one of tomorrow’s leaders. The IGNITE Leadership Development Program is an experiential education program comprised of a series of training and service activities. The flexible program offers you several ways to fulfill the requirements for a certificate that is noted on your college transcript.

  • There’s nearly always a CSP Ministry event to help you grow in your faith. Nine different chapel times are offered every week and provide students the opportunity to connect with others through faith and fellowship.

  • Cheering on your fellow Golden Bears is one of the best ways to get connected on campus and you can nearly always find an event to attend. With 16 NCAA Division II teams to root for, there are home games nearly every week of the year (we have NINE national championships… you’ll have plenty to cheer about). Go Golden Bears!

  • Immerse yourself in a new culture while learning in a global context. Choose from shorter Travel Seminars offered over CSP breaks or from our array of semester-long opportunities. Visit the Study Abroad page and start planning your abroad experience today!

Zach Wolfgram


“As a commuter on campus, I appreciate the chance to enjoy activities and events that are welcoming for all students.” -Zach ’21

Commuter Resources

Living on Campus

Living on CSP’s campus helps you develop connections, is convenient, and is fun! There are four residence halls on campus:

  • Holst Hall (apartment-style housing for upperclassmen)
  • Hyatt Village (suite-style housing for upperclassmen and first-year students in the Business Learning Community)
  • Luther Hall (housing for first-year women)
  • Wollaeger Hall (housing for first-year men)