On March 13 and 14, Concordia students, both international and Minnesota natives, voluntarily visited Washington D.C. for National Advocacy Day to talk to their legislators about issues concerning the international community. National Advocacy Day is an event organized by the Association of International Educators that grants college students across theContinue Reading

Megan Shelden shares her study abroad experience When deciding on a college, most teenagers focus on factors like tuition, available majors, and graduation rates. When Megan Shelden selected Concordia, she had her eye on one thing: the school’s extensive study abroad program. “I just knew, ever since I was inContinue Reading

Concordia likes to tout its various study abroad programs. In fact, it seems like if you don’t study abroad here, you may find yourself in the minority. You may see many of your friends posting pictures of their experiences abroad. And if you’re like me, you may even get enviousContinue Reading

Australia, Ireland programs maintain strong student numbers A surprising 66 students signed up to study abroad in the fall 2015 semester and acceptance letters have begun to appear in P.O. Boxes. Angela Cant, Associate Director of Study Away, said she was surprised by the numbers. “There was a lot ofContinue Reading

Concordia College often encourages us to study abroad or get an internship or co-op opportunity. Even if I decided I would not be studying abroad via Concordia programs, I am technically studying abroad and have for the past two years, as I am originally from France. Concordia’s mission statement isContinue Reading

Students exploring study abroad opportunities gathered Sept. 17 at the Global Learning Expo to examine their options. These students now have an additional seven programs to choose from, which were added to the most recent roster of 35 programs. Concordia offers a variety of study abroad options, including semester-long andContinue Reading