Stay Connected

There are many ways that you can stay connected with the University as an alumnus. We count on you to let us know how best to communicate with you. Here are some ways that you can stay connected and let us know what you prefer.

Update Your Information

It's easy to forget to inform people when changes happen, but we want to make it easy for you to tell us. Have you moved? Got a new job? Added a family member or got married? Has any of your contact information changed? Have news you want to share in the next News From The Pier alumni newsletter? Let us know!

Update Your Contact Information

Be Social

The Alumni Association is all over social media, and we'd love to connect with you! Social media is also one of the primary ways that we share news on upcoming events and alumni opportunities. Here are some places you can connect with us:


Share Your Story

We often feature alumni in various web and print publications to share their incredible stories and celebrate all that they are doing. This is done through the alumni stories section of the website, Concordia University Texas Magazine, and many other outlets. If you have a unique or exciting story, share it! Email today.


Aside from occasional individual emails and regular social media postings, the Alumni Association communicates with its members through two main avenues:

Concordia University Texas Magazine

Concordia University Texas Magazine is published by the Office of External Relations and is made available free of charge to all alumni and friends of the University. It includes campus news updates, feature stories, faculty news and profiles, alumni updates and profiles, upcoming events and more. Make sure we have your current mailing address, and you can expect to see the magazine in your mailbox several times a year.

Celebrate our History

The team at the Concordia University Texas library has been hard at work putting together an incredible collection of historical archives (pictures, letters, and more) from our history as an institution. Visit the Concordia University Texas Digital Archival Collection to take a stroll down memory lane.