The program is organized by a consortium made up of eight Concordia University System schools.
“The Concordias are fountains of living water in the parched desert of higher education,” CUS President Rev. Dr. Dean O. Wenthe writes.
All LCMS students at any university, private or public, who are studying a health-related field, are eligible to apply.
The “Supplemental Nominee Information Form for Concordia University System Board Positions” is the first step in identifying candidates for university boards.
High-schoolers who take the program’s dual-credit courses — $50 per credit hour — are reimbursed in full if they enroll at Concordia University after graduation.
The statement includes 10 “Lutheran identity standards” for all Concordia University System schools.
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