The number of freshmen and international students at Concordia is growing, thanks to new enrollment and recruiting strategies. This year’s class of freshmen and incoming transfer s is up 5.4 percent. This year there are 546 in the freshmen class, compared to 522 last year. According to Karl Stumo, vice
What if I do not like my roommate? How hard are classes going to be? What should I major in? These are some potential thoughts running through the heads of incoming freshmen. Luckily for freshmen, these thoughts will cease to exist anymore. The newly implemented First Year Transition program, an
Freshman Hunter Huff Towle was just planning to show up to the first Concordia Orchestra rehearsal and taking his seat somewhere in the line of violins. But after the audition results were posted Sept. 28, a high school friend passed him on the sidewalk and congratulated him on making Concertmaster.
On August 26, roughly 730 students, 80 Orientation Leaders, and 40 faculty members headed out into the Fargo Moorhead area to participate in the Hands for Change event. This year marked the 20th year that Concordia College incorporated the volunteer program into orientation week. Moriah Nelson, this year’s director of
Fargo native and Concordia freshman Jenna Wawers has known about the Fargo Star competition for years. This year her parents encouraged her to audition by submitting a YouTube video. Wawers agreed. For her audition, Wawers sang “Valerie” by Amy Winehouse. “It’s my go-to song. It was nice and upbeat and