For everything there is a season, a time for every activity under heaven.
Summer is upon us now and the campus is a little quieter. There is still some activity but most students are on break. This past May we had our class of 1969 back on campus to celebrate their 50 th reunion, while the class of 2019 is just beginning their first year as alumni. Each season of our lives holds special meaning and purpose. As Concordians, we have a strong foundation to guide us in each of our seasons of life. We can come together to celebrate and remember those years long ago or just a couple of years past.

Listed below are several opportunities for you to connect over the summer with other Concordians socially, as well as professionally. There are other opportunities to encourage future Concordians and stories of celebrations, including the dedication of our newest academic building. Thank you for taking the time to review the information below and share it with your classmates.

As always, please let me know if there is a way I can serve you or if you have any suggestions for alumni programs or activities. If you are in the area and want a campus tour, email me. Enjoy your summer with family and friends. 

Serving Him and you,
Michelle "Mickie" Wagner '96
The tradition continues:
Uncommon graduates
What are the odds? Two CUW grads became friends and roommates during their four years here, but little did they know that their parents--all CUW alumni--had been college friends as well. Kerri (’89) and Paul (’90) Gnan and Val (’87) and Mark (’87) Moran lost touch after graduation. Their daughters, Emily and Bekah, brought the group back together. Continue reading after their story to meet 19 more new, uncommon alumni! Click here to read their stories.
Join Fellow Alumni at the Chinooks
Summer nights are made for baseball and spending time together. Bring your families to Kapco Park on Concordia’s campus and enjoy a fun night of fellowship, food, and refreshments with fellow alumni and faculty. Alumni receive special ticket package pricing on the dates listed below.

If you cannot make these dates, alumni are invited to attend the Chinooks game on June 29 or July 22 for $5.50 per ticket. For more information and to order tickets for June 29 or July 22, call 262-618-4659.

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Come see CUW at Summerfest!
June 28
Show Your College Pride Day at Summerfest this year is June 28. Wear your CUW shirt or hat between noon and 3 pm to receive one free admission ticket. CUW will be represented near the fountain at the mid-gate entrance on the festival grounds, so stop by, get some swag, and say hi. You never know who you might run into -- an old roommate, classmate, or even Zoey and Sage, our Comfort Dogs. If you are in need of some CUW gear, click here to shop and let them know you are an alumnus to receive 10% off your regular price item.
Conference helps high schoolers discern vocation, grow in faith
July 28-29
Do you have or know high school students who want to learn more about what it means to be a servant of Christ in their studies, work, and in all of their relationships? The Servants of Christ Conference on July 28-29 at CUW will help students learn about their vocation and deepen their faith. Read more here .
Saleska retires as Men’s Soccer
head coach after 26 years
After 26 years--which included 324 victories, nine conference titles and two trips to the NCAA Division III Tournament-- Tom Saleska  has announced he is stepping down as the head coach of the CUW men's soccer program. Assistant coach, John Saleska, has been named to replace him. Click here to read more.
Stop by the alumni reception at the National Youth Gathering
July 14
The 2019 LCMS National Youth Gathering takes place July 11-15, 2019, in Minneapolis, MN. Take a break from your busy schedule July 14 and join us for our Alumni Social at Brit's Pub, 1110 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, MN 55403 . Or, if you live in the area, stop by to say hi and enjoy some appetizers and giveaways. Pre-register for the reception to receive a special gift.
Join us for the
Healthcare Economics Summit
July 16
Wisconsin healthcare costs rank higher than most other states, and as a result, businesses and organizations statewide are struggling with the costs. CUW's Batterman School of Business created the Healthcare Economics Summit to equip and empower business leaders to make more effective healthcare decisions by learning about alternative strategies and healthcare models. The next summit is on July 16. T he registration fee for general attendees is $100, with a reduced rate for alumni of only $25. For more information and to register to attend, click here .
Concordia night at
the Madison Mallards
July 19
Summer brings back the all-American pastime of baseball, and we hope it will bring you back, too! Our night at the Madison Mallards is a joint alumni and friends event with our sister campus in Ann Arbor. Tickets are $25. Join us for all-you-can-eat ball park fare and exclusive seating for Concordia fans. Click here for more information.
Opportunities to Participate!
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Stay Connected
Michelle "Mickie" Wagner
Director of Alumni Relations
12800 N Lake Shore Drive, Mequon, WI 53097