Welcome back! Campus has been very quiet without you, so we are glad you are back, even if it is virtually. Your faculty and staff have been hard at work preparing for a new way of delivering classes and services to you. We have taken all of our services to a virtual environment and we are here to help you navigate what “virtual” looks like for Spring 2020.
- Virtual Services: All CTX services can now be accessed virtually. A comprehensive list of offices and services being offered to students can be found here on the CTX website.
- Need Resources?: We also know that this pandemic may be creating hardship for you and/or your families. If you need to let us know about anything that can help make you more successful this semester and beyond at CTX, please let us know by using this Resource Request Form.
- Stay in touch: We’ll be communicating frequently with you so be sure to check Blackboard, your email, our social media sites and the COVID-19 page on our website frequently for updates related to events, resources, and your classes.
One of the best parts of being a student at Concordia is that you are a part of a community, one that is here to help each other when times are difficult. Please know that all of us on the faculty and staff here at CTX are cheering for you and praying for you. We are ready to help with whatever you need as you transition to online learning and weather the current situation.
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