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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

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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

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Dr. Sarah Hinlicky Wilson, an Adjunct Professor of the Institute for Ecumenical Research, is the featured speaker at the annual Reformation Heritage Lecture, Tuesday, Feb. 7 at 7 p.m., at the Graebner Memorial Chapel. The title of her presentation is “Remaking the World with Law and Gospel.”

“Remaking the World with Law and Gospel” God speaks in two ways—both good, both divine, but not the same.… Read More

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Student-athletes at Concordia University, St. Paul student-athletes have achieved a four-year 92 percent Academic Success Rate and are one of 26 NCAA Division II institutions to earn the Presidents’ Award for Academic Excellence.

Concordia’s 92 percent mark is the highest from the 16-member Northern Sun (NSIC), a point above the University of Sioux Falls at 91, the only other NSIC member to be recognized.… Read More

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Concordia University, St. Paul will roll out a new Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing next fall, offering students the opportunity to develop the skills of aspiring fiction and creative non-fiction writers. The program is housed in Concordia’s Department of English and modern languages within the College of Arts and Letters.… Read More

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