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Through academics, student leadership, residential life, spiritual life and music, I gained so much more than a diploma from my CUC experience.
Through my campus job, classes, fieldwork and internship experiences, and all the different faith components at CUC, I learned to be a better Christian and really just to be a leader for the church that I serve.
Concordia prepared me to work with others in a collaborative way. Because of CUC, I was better prepared to work directly with people and small groups.
Every one of my education and theology professors made sure they were available outside of class time—this is extremely important for someone who is in or entering the education profession.
What's great about CUC is the opportunity to be involved and be a leader in so many different areas, like athletics, student organizations and residence life.
The focal point of the Wind Symphony’s spring tour during my junior year at CUC was our Carnegie Hall performance in New York City. The energy of the group at Carnegie Hall was just so awesome—it was an amazing feeling.