Wilke and Lash honored with President's Award

On Saturday, May 5, Cornerstone University celebrated undergraduate commencement. Among the fantastic graduates were two exemplary students who were awarded the distinguished President's Award. This year President Stowell was honored to give the distinguished awards to biology major Ciara Wilke and to business major Austin Lash.

Cornerstone University’s Business Dubai Trip

This past January, 11 Cornerstone University students received the chance to travel to Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). This trip, conducted every two years, gives students the opportunity to engage in the culture, speak to local business professionals and participate in what the Christian churches are doing in the area.

Cornerstone Students Form CURE Chapter After Trip to Zambia

CURE U is a network of college students who are partnering together to bring healing to children with curable disabilities through CURE International. Students in CURE U chapters use their resources, passion and platform to truly make a difference in the lives of the kids around the world.

CU Hosts 2nd Annual International Artisan Market

Where can you travel the world's artisan markets yet stay in the same room? Cornerstone University's Enactus team is hosting an International Artisan Market where shoppers can do just that; and even better, they can help small businesses in the process.

Cornerstone University to Host the Global Leadership Summit

Cornerstone University and Kentwood Community Church invite you to attend a live-stream of Willow Creek Association's Global Leadership Summit on August 11 and 12. This two-day leadership development event, originating from suburban Chicago, will feature speakers including Melinda Gates, Alan Mulally, Bill Hybels, John C. Maxwell, and more.

Cornerstone University Launches Its First Doctorate Program

Cornerstone University Professional Graduate and Adult Studies launched its first doctorate degree program this month. The Doctorate of Education (Ed.D.) in Organizational Leadership and Development will equip students to effectively lead organizations through evidence-based decision making.

Night of Nets Hosts 5K Race to End Malaria

On April 30, 200 runners laced up their running shoes for a 5K on the campus of Cornerstone University. The second annual Night of Nets 5K race was a race to end malaria—a part of the Night of Nets campaign, founded by Cornerstone's Director of Athletics Chip Huber and a group of athletes.

CU Hosts International Artisans Market

On November 14, 2015, the Cornerstone University Enactus team will host an International Artisans Market, raising awareness and funds for various local and global non-profit organizations who sell international artisan crafts.

Lighthouse Group Sponsors 2015 Economic Symposium

Lighthouse Group, one of the largest privately held insurance agencies in Michigan, has partnered with Cornerstone University and The Grand Rapids Sports Hall of Fame to host the 2015 Economic Symposium, an event focused on the economic outlook of 2016.

CU Runs for Nets

On April 11, Cornerstone hosted its first-ever Night of Nets 5K Marathon earning more funds to purchase bed nets to prevent malaria in Africa.