Concordia University System

CUS enrollment hits new high: 33,399 students

The new record figure represents both graduate and undergraduate students at all 10 Concordia University System schools combined.

CUS board applauds enrollments, meets with campus presidents

The Concordia University System Board of Directors recognizes the efforts of the nine CUS campus presidents toward the growth in total enrollment among the Synod’s colleges and universities.

Wenthe named interim president of Concordia University System

On behalf of the Concordia University System (CUS) board of directors, the Rev. Dr. Daniel N. Jastram, the board’s chairman, makes the announcement Oct. 4.

Board of Directors gets ready for new triennium

The Synod’s Board of Directors elects officers for the 2013-16 triennium and takes a number of other actions.

Convention continues, strengthens SMP distance-education program

Delegates adopt two resolutions related to the Specific Ministry Pastor program.

Delegates support continuing education of pastors

Delegates approve six higher-education resolutions, including one that establishes a standard for continuing education for pastors.

Convention OKs strategy to eliminate ‘historic CUS debt’

Delegates also call for erasing student debt, continuing a “funding model” for LCMS missionaries and numerous Bylaw changes.

Delegates seek wording changes on SMP Bylaw; applaud sem’s 175th anniversary

Convention delegates ask for wording tweaks on a Specific Ministry Pastor program resolution and recognize the 175th anniversary of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis.

Convention calls for ‘continued faithful witness’ by Concordia colleges, universities; supports PALS

LCMS convention delegates approve resolution to help 10 Concordia colleges and universities retain their “distinctly Lutheran” identity.

‘Concordia Choice’ provides money for CUS education

Lutheran high school graduates who meet certain criteria now are guaranteed admission to a Concordia University System school — and $1,000 per semester — thanks to “Concordia Choice.”