Mission-minded Graduates

By Joe Stowell on June 6, 2017

In May, we launched over 600 graduates into our world to light up the cultures of their worlds for Christ and His Kingdom. And in this dark world, that's no small thing! But to be honest, while that is the fulfillment of our mission, there are lots of students that I wish we could keep in our campus community. Their positive influence on their peers and on our campus culture will be greatly missed…

Where are they now: Janelle Brown

By Joe Stowell on June 6, 2017

Our world needs Christ-centered graduates. I'm reminded of that every day. So when I hear about our CU alumni influencing the world for Jesus Christ, I like to share their stories with others. Most recently, the President's Office reconnected with Janelle Brown, a business major and 2012 President's Award recipient. She answered a few questions about her life as a CU alumnus and her position serving…

Accepting That Your High School Friends May Not Last Forever

By Meredith Sweet on June 16, 2017

You switch the tassel on your cap from the right to the left. Diploma in hand, you join the rest of your high school classmates and file out of the commencement service. You are finally ready to start the next phase of your life.

But there are some things you never thought you'd leave behind: your friendships. You want to hold onto those memories of days in the lunchroom, or sitting in the back of…

If You Haven’t Picked a Major Yet, It’s Going to Be Okay

By Meredith Sweet on June 30, 2017

It feels like you've flipped through the academic catalog one hundred times. You've visited the website even more than that, but you still can't decide what you're interested in. The first day of classes is quickly approaching, and you have no idea what you want to do.

You love your college; after all, that's why you enrolled. And even if you don't know what you want to study yet, you don't have to…