Support for First Responders
We hope you and your families are well and safe at home. As we head into finals week, we wanted to share with you an important update to the University’s response to COVID-19. In keeping with Concordia’s mission of serving others, we are opening up certain rooms in our residence halls to the first responder and healthcare worker community. Beginning on Monday, April 27, we will open our empty residence hall rooms to provide short term housing for first responders and front-line health care workers.
We have taken a number of precautions to insure the health and safety of everyone staying in the residence halls during this time, including thoroughly cleaning each room and thorough, frequent cleaning of common areas. Additionally, we have taken steps to make the check in and out process contactless.
We are honored to support these health care heroes as they work to keep our community safe and healthy. We pray that our beautiful campus provides our guests with peace and rest during these uncertain times.
Job Search Boot Camp: Overcoming Interview Jitters
Our Director of Vocation and Professional Development, Randa Scott, has some very helpful tips and tricks when preparing for an interview. Learn about the STAR method; a story-telling interview strategy!
Congratulations Spring 2020 graduates!
Your opinion counts! Help shape the future of CTX by completing a 5 minute survey about your post-graduation plans at www.Concordia.edu/gradsurvey. The Survey will remain open through Wednesday, May 20.
Check out the events for Black History Month at Concordia University Texas.
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Learn more about the Brookdale Read-to-a-Resident program, which was recently launched by CTX English major Victoria Leffers.