Dylan Berens: Sharing Christ's Love Through Science

By Jordan Grooters on June 19, 2019

For Cornerstone University student Dylan Berens (B.S. ’21), a pre-med major from Shelby, Mich., summer means time spent with friends and family but also time spent preparing for his future career.

A Desire to Make a Difference

As a high school senior, Dylan didn't know what he wanted to study, but he knew that he wanted to cultivate his love for science and learn more about how to spread Christ's…

For a Better Tomorrow: How Cornerstone's Job Outcomes Demonstrate the Value of a Christian College Education

By Anne Gaertner on November 20, 2018

As a liberal arts institution, Cornerstone University is focused on equipping students with skills and experiences to meet employer and societal needs of the 21st century. We're proud to say that 94% of our 2017 traditional undergraduate students were employed or enrolled in graduate school within six months of graduation.

We tend to refer to this statistic often. Our student outcomes help demonstrate…

I Don't Know What I'm Majoring In, and It's Okay

By Bailey Linton on October 12, 2018

When is the last time someone asked you what you wanted to do with your life? If you're anything like me or the several other students here at Cornerstone University, that question probably came roughly five minutes before your reading of this post and will swiftly come in the next five minutes as well. Or, at least that's what it feels like.

Things were always SO MUCH EASIER when we were kids and…

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…

Questions to Ask Before Declaring an Engineering Major

By Allison Todd on February 16, 2018

When choosing a major, it can seem hard to know where to begin. How do you choose what to study? What path should you pursue if you don't know what your career goals are yet?

The good news is that picking a major is more than just picking a job. By declaring a major, you get to follow your interests and learn how to use them to influence the world. One field of study can lead you down numerous different…

On Engineering and Faith: A Q&A with Professor Matt Williams

By Allison Todd on December 13, 2017

Matt Williams, assistant professor of engineering, recently joined the Cornerstone University community as a faculty member in the Kinesiology, Science & Mathematics Division. With degrees in both engineering and theology, he is passionate about preparing college students to excel as virtuous engineering professionals and committed disciples of Christ.

During a recent conversation, Professor Williams…

Three Myths About Nursing

By Allison Todd on November 28, 2017

From administering medication to educating patients on physical therapy strategies, your decision to enter a career in the health care industry means that you will play a meaningful role in saving lives. With a career in nursing, it can even go beyond basic patient care.

Fingerprints

By Benjamin VanDyke on November 13, 2017

Creation care is important because it protects that connection between us and our Creator. Creation reminds us of Who we serve and belong to. Creation care is important because it is God who both designed and made it to glorify Himself, for our enjoyment and for our stewardship. It is in this stewardship role that we find ourselves the most satisfied, and by no accident, in touch with our Creator.

Surviving Your First Year as an Engineering Student

By Allison Todd on November 6, 2017

Freshman year at college is an adventure. You are in a new city, you have new friends and you begin to feel your first sense of independence. While it's great to finally experience freedom, being responsible with your time and resources is vitally important as you begin to feel the pressures of your course load, especially for an engineering student.

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

By Meredith Sweet on June 30, 2017

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 compare yourself to the other students you might be seeing on social media.

It's okay to still be searching. It's okay to feel uncertain.

And if you're looking for guidance or just a different point of view, here are four ways you can use your first semester to help…