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Deanna DeDe Brownfield Wright
· September 15, 2017
Concordia is a beautiful place. Well kept. Friendly faculty and students. They have a lot of NCAA type of sports. This is a lovely gem hidden right in the middle of OC. If you're looking for a based curriculum this place is worth your time to check it out. See More
Faye Kovler Kitariev
· July 30, 2017
I am not a student here. I was invited to speak at the summer program for teen entrepreneurs camp. I am blown away by the professionalism and the level of business education these kids are receiving h...ere! If students can accomplish here what they do in one week, I can only imagine what students at this school can accomplish after 4 years of in depth study! All I could say is Wow! Consider applying to this school! See More
Larry Symonette
· June 13, 2017
After retiring from law enforcement I decided to go back to school. After earning my AA from Saddleback College I transferred to CUI. I thought because I was the same age as the students parents it wo...uld be awkward, but I was wrong. The students were warm and welcoming. At times I forgot I was as old as their parents. The professor and staff were awesome and made me feel welcomed. I loved the small classes and the feeling of never going unnoticed. I love the ESS family, Dr. Olson is a awesome professor and a good person. I will always cherish my two years at CUI. See More
Lowrey Jones
· February 3, 2018
The best experience imaginable! Each student is treated as an individual who has talents to offer which are recognized and encouraged! Unusual for a university... indebted to Concordia!
Sangela Chen
· May 27, 2017
Even I graduated this summer and left the school, but still something on my chest that I still want to tell, because I don't want other foreigner students having same issue taking Professor Schulteis'... class. He's been unprofessional and racist when I took his EDU 101 class, I did told to couple of my other classes' professors regarding the problem I'm facing, but Professor Schulteis' attitude was like it's none of my other professors' business!

I even told to the Dean of Students, Gilbert Fugitt. But he's respond made me felt terrible either. All he was saying that "why would I felt (Professor Schulteis) this way?" And that's all, problem not solving at all!

I transferred to Concordia in 2015 with my AA Elementary degree, thus I was applied to major in Liberal Studies. As I found out Professor Schulteis' attitude, I changed my major to Liberal Art and even told to Mrs. V the issues.

The issue of Professor Schulteis was
- Insulting me (How come you want to become a teacher if your English is this sucks?)
- Racist (I'm the only Asian in his class, he's never do the eye contact to me while talking)
- Being late and without apology (He's the one told me to stop by he's office to solve the essay problem, he's late for the office hour, didn't apology to me, and even not welling to help me out on the essay problem. Wasting my time to go there without solving the problem.)

Seriously, I'm not a Native American! I came here trying to learn your language but received this type of treatment, I'm totally regret transferred to CUI. Secondly, English is a "common" international language for communicate. Professor Schulteis should learned the most difficult language in the whole wide world: Mandarin. No matter it's traditional or simplify, I already nailed it! Even I'm not Chinese. It doesn't matter what language you speak, its the matter of passion of learning. Be respectful and welling to understand the difficulties, not insult. What's the meaning of "education" if I can't even get appropriate "educate" from? Last but not least, I just don't want new students coming to CUI getting the same issue that I'm facing before.

That's all I'm want to say. I'm grateful that I had received other love and caring from my other professors and classmates for the past 2 years in CUI. But regarding that typical issue, I just hope the school will considering and reporting the matter.
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Stacy Sorrels Goodwin
· February 4, 2017
We toured this campus along with several others last spring. Everyone we talked to from professors, parents, staff, graduates, and students had wonderful things to say about this gem of a school. Wh...ile our son received several merit scholarships from what might be more prestigious schools, CUI was the perfect fit with its core curriculum, beautiful campus, incredible location in Southern California, and one of the safest cities in the country. All things to consider when we were touring schools. However, one of things that impressed us the most was a random conversation we had when leaving town. We were making a purchase at a retail store and they asked why we were in town. We replied visiting colleges, CUI specifically. Her eyes were huge and she said her brother graduated from there and absolutely loved his experience and went on to explain why. While we already knew this was going to be his top pick, this completely random and unsolicited opinion from a young person in the community made a big impression. That was almost a year ago and his first year experience has been amazing. We � CUI!!!! See More
Arthur Hunt
· June 6, 2017
Awesome tour with Dr. Kinney and his students in the Science and Physics Dept. Took the time to talk to us about this wonderful campus and what it has to offer. Mai Choy, who is the senior admissions ...counselor was superb! Kudos to the entire staff that made us feel so welcome. This campus feels like it will be the perfect place for our daughter to achieve her goals and aspirations to succeed! See More
Tommy Caspari
· February 1, 2018
Concordia discriminates against the disabled, their complaint system is a joke!
Erica McDonald Solis
· June 4, 2015
I love Concordia University! Having been in the MBA program for almost a year now, I can say that it has been a great experience. Every single one of my professors has challenged me in different ways... and also critical ways to better equip me for the professional / corporate world.

I am also really impressed with the caliber of professors (both full time and adjunct). I have been able to directly apply what I am learning in class to my professional life. I cannot say enough. Thank you CUI!
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Janette Mattoon
· September 26, 2016
I had the most amazing educational
Experience at Christ College, but more important the amazing people I met are still my very best friends And at the 40th year service celebration getting to see my p...rofessors was a gift! What a great day to honor an amazing place! I grew as an educator and as a Christan during my time there #88 See More
Eric Vallin
· August 22, 2017
I really love the environment here! The staff members and the students are wonderful!
Joseph Quattrocchi
· October 29, 2016
Recently toured the campus with my son who is a baseball recruit. From the guard who met you at the gate to cafe workers everyone where so nice and respectful. Administration really is on the ball and... the schools professors are second to none. The campus is gorgeous in gated community with high end homes. See More
Cesar Chao
· July 9, 2017
So far so good after all the orientations and details the school orientators have explained.
Ana Reyes
· August 20, 2017
Going in to our 4th year. Bitter sweet. Loved the study abroad program. Cambridge university UK
AMAZING experience. Senior class 2018
Fred Currie
· July 18, 2017
Amazing music programs! Don't miss the Concert on the Green coming up soon, Sunday, July 23 Morgan Leigh Band. Starts at 5.
Scott Vaughan
· July 3, 2017
Great campus!! Awesome opportunity for our Blue Chip baseball team to experience playing on your campus!!

Thank you!!!
Jeffrey Wheeler
· September 17, 2017
Loved the campus!!!! City of Irvine is a perfect location as well.
Sarah Taylor
· December 14, 2013
The best four years that I have spent at CUI involved making new friends and learning more about Jesus and getting involved with the awesome opportunities offered here. Concordia has really establishe...d a community of people who care about your future. See More
Buddy Cooper
· August 12, 2017
Intimate campus. Strong academics. Will revisit.
Gabi Al Rocha
· March 6, 2015
I went to CUI for my undergraduate and Master's degree. With all the advice, care, and education I received from the very supportive staff and faculty I was able to make my dreams a reality.
Our flag flies at half-staff today as we remember the attack on Pearl Harbor which took place 76 years ago, today.
Concordia celebrates the Reformation with Christians all around the world #CUIReformation
Lots of action going on today at the Music, Worship & Theology building construction site! See the recent updates:

‪Make me to know your ways, O Lord; teach me your paths. Psalms 25:4 #ScriptureSunday

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From collecting oral histories to sharing her family stories, our very own Dr. Angela Williamson continues to honor the legacy of Rosa Parks to future generations. #BlackHistoryMonth

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Follow our daily Lenten devotional complied by faculty, staff, alumni, parents and more as we prepare our hearts and minds for Easter. #CUILent

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Family, full time job, and finishing a degree. See how Billy and Lisa achieved their goals.

We know it is a challenge to have a family, full time job, and finish up a degree. By working hard and planning out shifts Billy and Lisa have found the perf...

"All great achievements require time." - Maya Angelou #WednesdayWisdom #BlackHistoryMonth

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Jazz enthusiasts and music lovers! Join us February 19th for a free masterclass and concert conducted by guest artist, Laila Biali.

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New on the Concordia Question & Ideas Forum #QandI:

The question "How shall I live?" is one that many of us struggle with existentially throughout our lives. What does it look like? How do we accomplish this and

Have you not known? Have you not heard? #ScriptureSunday

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We're nearing the end of #CUISpiritWeek but the CUI love never ends!

📷: Concordia Irvine Undergraduate: I ❤️ CUI Day! #CUIandYou

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Don't forget to join us for Homecoming this weekend. Events include Road To Reminisce, Family Carnival, Pops Concert and more!

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See what CUI Alumni, Paul Greive and Jeff McDaniel, are up to at Pasturebird on tonight's episode of Billion Dollar Buyer at 10:00 pm on CNBC!

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Billion Dollar Buyer

Tilman J. Fertitta is looking for the best chicken on the planet. Will he find it at Pasturebird?

Find out TOMORROW on an all new Billion Dollar Buyer at 10p on CNBC!

What task seems impossible today? #WednesdayWisdom

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Speakers Ryan T. Anderson, prominent social conservative & John Corvino, longtime LGBT-rights advocate, debate religious liberty and discrimination.

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