Cornerstone University celebrates the story of Christmas expressed through the varied voices and musical styles of our college community from around the world. The concert will include the music of the Symphonic Winds, University Chorale, Chancel Singers, the a cappella ensemble Credo, the contemporary worship ensemble and a jazz combo led by music professor Dr. Desmond Ikegwuonu.
Tickets are reserved seating and are only $5 per person! Or, purchase a "Family Five Pack" for only $20.
This event was nearly sold out last year, so buy your tickets today!
Grand Rapids Theological Seminary's Intercultural Studies Lecture Series features guest speakers who address a topic relevant to intercultural issues from a biblical, theological and psychological perspective.
During our fall lecture, Dr. Vicki Harris will discuss and examine a variety of ways to serve as an ally and empower marginalized communities. As a result, you'll learn practical strategies and initiatives that allies in schools, universities and ministry settings can implement to aid in facilitating a community of inclusion, safety, acceptance and unity.
Celebrate the opening of the Jack and Mary De Witt Center for Science and Technology. As part of the day's traditional undergraduate chapel service, the dedication will include worship, a ribbon cutting and building tours.
Weather permitting, the event will take place on the lawn located south of Miller Library and east of the new science center.
The Alumni Association hosts a variety of continuing educational opportunities and events, including a number of ways to reconnect with old friends and professors. Join us for an on-campus or regional event.