• Balsiger named October student of the month

    Concordia University has name Lizzy Balsiger as its latest Student of the Month.

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  • Home sweet home: Concordia-Bethesda friendships thrive beyond graduation

    For Mike and Cindi Purnell, the cost of a house is a small price to pay for peace of mind. And that’s exactly what the Oconomowoc couple received when they purchased and renovated a four-bedroom home in Cedarburg for their recently graduated daughter, Dakota, and her two friends.

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  • Sabrina’s story: Bethesda College provides opportunities for students with disabilities to experience college life

    Editor's note: This story, written by Colleen Jurkiewicz, originally ran in the Tuesday, March 26, edition of News Graphic, the community newspaper of Ozaukee County.

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  • May 25, 2018
    KFUO - The Coffee Hour

    Bringing his “A” game

    Bethesda College student Matty Van Eerden has made an impression on the Concordia University Wisconsin community, including the baseball team. He and a few people who know him best join Andy and Sarah to share his story. Dr. Carol Burns, Director of Betheseda College shares her perspective on Matty and the Bethesda class of 2018. Baseball Coach, Dr. Val Keiper, speaks about Matty’s time on the team, and teammate Parker Rome describes Matty’s strengths on the field and in life.

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  • May 15, 2018
    Fox6Now

    Concordia University baseball team welcomes student with special needs: ‘He’s just another one of us’

    Matty Van Eerden earns a special place among CUW's baseball team. 

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  • May 14, 2018
    WISN12

    Just one of the guys: Concordia baseball player brings out the best in his teammates

    Concordia University Wisconsin baseball team draws inspiration from their teammate Matt "Matty" Van Eerden. Mattie spent two seasons with the Falcons and will graduate from the Bethesda College of Applied Learning this weekend.

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  • May 10, 2018
    TMJ4

    Concordia baseball team helps fan realize his dream

    Concordia University has given a young man a chance to live his dream to play on the baseball team, right before he graduates.

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  • May 9, 2016
    Bethesda College, News

    First Bethesda College students to graduate Saturday

    There was a time when Susan Perkins didn’t know if her daughter, Rachel “Rach” Hoffman, would be able to attend a college, let alone graduate from one.

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