His Persistent Faithfulness

By Dennis Graham on June 7, 2018

Maggie Dryer (B.A. ’18), in a baccalaureate service for traditional undergraduate seniors and their families, reminded this year's graduates of God's persistent faithfulness. Continue reading for a transcript of the speech she gave on Friday, May 4, 2018.

Best GR Homework and Hangout Spots

By Sarah Hiemstra on June 8, 2018

Whether you've lived in Grand Rapids your whole life or never set foot in Michigan, there are always new places to discover, especially when it comes to homework spots. Every student has different preferences when it comes to study environments. Thankfully, Grand Rapids has a plethora of options for everyone.

CU Alumna Brenna Threatt to Return to South Africa

By Brenna Threatt on June 20, 2018

My mom attended Cornerstone University, and I had no intention of following in her footsteps. God had other plans, though, which has seemed to become a theme in my life. I am so thankful for my time at Cornerstone and all the growth that happened academically, socially and spiritually. I left Cornerstone a better person than I came in as, and God used that time to prepare me for what He had in store…

When and How to Decide Your Major

By Samuel Brooks on June 22, 2018

Deciding on your major, either before or after starting your college career, can be difficult. For me, I have always known that I wanted to go into business since high school. My family has always been involved in business, whether it's entrepreneurship or working in middle to upper management of a corporation. We also have family friends that own businesses from small to large corporations. I've even…

From the Alumni Relations Office: Alumni Journal 2018

By Dennis Graham on June 25, 2018

As my first year of service at Cornerstone University draws to a close, I cannot help but reflect on how appreciative I am for the opportunity to serve the great alumni of this institution. I'm thankful for those who have served in this role before me, as they have laid a wonderful foundation for me as I continue to take the Cornerstone Alumni Association in new and exciting directions and build upon…

Grateful!

By Joe Stowell on June 26, 2018

Our graduates have stories of significant influence in our world for Christ. Some in the ministry, some in missions and many in the marketplace where the testimony of their lives draws attention to the gospel lived out through them.

All of this makes me grateful that God has called me to serve in an enterprise that is busy raising a new generation of cultural influencers for Christ and His Kingdom…

Four Things to Know About TESOL

By Ellie Walburg on June 26, 2018

When it comes to learning a new language, a large part of the student's success is in the way the language is taught. Discover how training in TESOL can help you empower students to thrive. And, join us Jan. 22, 2019 for our TESOL Seminar!

The Clums: It's a Family Thing

By Dennis Graham on June 29, 2018

Jerry Clum first visited Cornerstone University, which he knew as Grand Rapids Baptist Bible College, in the 1960s when his grandfather would let him tag along to evening classes. Jerry's grandfather, Victor Clum, attended Wealthy Street Baptist College when it was just a Bible institute with a few classrooms in downtown Grand Rapids.

"I know he attended classes there and was instrumental in getting…