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Andrew Sulgit

Director of Student Activities

“We strive to have an open door policy in the office, and to put ourselves in the shoes of our students in every action we do.”

For nearly 20 years, Andrew Sulgit has worked in a number of campus positions, and each one has been centered on the students of CU. From organizing student activities to helping organizations on campus, Andrew says the goal is to make sure your time at Concord is memorable. On campus, you can find a number of Greek organizations, free classes like Salsa dancing, and live musical performances, just to name a few. There is something for every student to get involved in at Concord University.

Staff

Andrew Sulgit

Director of Student Activities

“We strive to have an open door policy in the office, and to put ourselves in the shoes of our students in every action we do.”

For nearly 20 years, Andrew Sulgit has worked in a number of campus positions, and each one has been centered on the students of CU. From organizing student activities to helping organizations on campus, Andrew says the goal is to make sure your time at Concord is memorable. On campus, you can find a number of Greek organizations, free classes like Salsa dancing, and live musical performances, just to name a few. There is something for every student to get involved in at Concord University.

Staff

Dr. Tracy Luff

Professor of Sociology

The sociology field is ever growing, and Dr. Luff is committed to evolving the CU program. There is now an emphasis in Criminology for students interested in law related careers. She is working on a new course in Medical Sociology for students planning careers in health and medicine. Dr. Luff says this will also help students prepare for the sociology component of the MCAT. The department also offers minors in Women & Gender Studies and Addiction Studies. Regardless of what your career aspirations are, Dr. Luff and our faculty are committed to meeting the needs and interests of our students.
 

Faculty

Dr. Tracy Luff

Professor of Sociology

The sociology field is ever growing, and Dr. Luff is committed to evolving the CU program. There is now an emphasis in Criminology for students interested in law related careers. She is working on a new course in Medical Sociology for students planning careers in health and medicine. Dr. Luff says this will also help students prepare for the sociology component of the MCAT. The department also offers minors in Women & Gender Studies and Addiction Studies. Regardless of what your career aspirations are, Dr. Luff and our faculty are committed to meeting the needs and interests of our students.
 

Faculty

Kathy Ball

Director of Bonner Scholars Program

“Concord has not only provided me with an education and employment, but also with friends and mentors and the opportunity to connect with some amazing students.”

As the director of the Bonner Scholars Program, Kathy helps support scholars by distributing scholarship funds, teaching life skills like goal setting, time management, and budgeting, and even providing emotional support if needed. Kathy says the goal of the program is to do everything within their power to help each individual student in the program successfully complete their degree. But also, she hopes that as scholars leave Concord, they become good citizens who engage with their community and continue to serve long after their Bonner days.
 

Staff

Kathy Ball

Director of Bonner Scholars Program

“Concord has not only provided me with an education and employment, but also with friends and mentors and the opportunity to connect with some amazing students.”

As the director of the Bonner Scholars Program, Kathy helps support scholars by distributing scholarship funds, teaching life skills like goal setting, time management, and budgeting, and even providing emotional support if needed. Kathy says the goal of the program is to do everything within their power to help each individual student in the program successfully complete their degree. But also, she hopes that as scholars leave Concord, they become good citizens who engage with their community and continue to serve long after their Bonner days.
 

Staff