Press Release This semester a group of Concordia students became filmmakers. For the Film & Literature Core Capstone taught by English professor Dawn Duncan, juniors and seniors were tasked with the responsibility to create a 12-20 minute film adapted from literature. Three groups of seven or eight members created threeContinue Reading

Concordia pastor Timothy Megorden recently announced his plans to retire by September 2015. When Megorden accepted the position of campus pastor in 2007, he vowed that he would retire in four years. “It’s been eight years because it’s really been good,” he said. Megorden graduated from Concordia in 1969 withContinue Reading

Offutt School of Business Dean moving to job at bigger school next year Six and a half years ago, Concordia hoped to elevate its business program while keeping it steeped in the liberal arts. Mark Krejci, who was then vice-president of academic affairs and dean of the college, hired GregContinue Reading

Lower 2015-2016 budget a result of estimated lower enrollment numbers Like numerous colleges around the country, Concordia faces challenges in preparing its budget for the 2015-2016 fiscal year. Concordia faces $5.6 million in decisions for the upcoming fiscal year that runs from May 1, 2015 to April 30, 2016. This number isContinue Reading

Faculty Senate announces other initiatives Greg Cant, Dean of the Offutt School of Business, has accepted a new position in New Jersey, and he and his wife Angela, associate director for study away, will not be returning to Concordia for the 2015-2016 academic year. This was one of several announcementsContinue Reading