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The mission of Concord University is to improve the lives of our students and communities, through innovative teaching and learning, intellectual and creative activities, and community service and civic engagement.

Upcoming Events

The Appalachian Shakespeare Project presents As You Like It

Dr. Gabriel Rieger

July18Thursday6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

The Appalachian Shakespeare Project presents As You Like It

Dr. Gabriel Rieger

July19Friday6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

The Appalachian Shakespeare Project presents As You Like It

Dr. Gabriel Rieger

July20Saturday6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Featured Stories

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Carolyn Worley '17
Director of Student Activities & Student Center

Students at CU go to Carolyn Worley for help with their student ID, when they want to join or start an organization on campus, if they need to hang a poster or flyer, or even if they just need a listening ear. Carolyn says she wants to make a student’s college experience the best years of their lives. Carolyn has worked on campus since 2004, and in her time here as an employee of several different departments and as a student, she has gained valuable knowledge of the university that makes her an important resource for students. “Each position has allowed me to develop a new set of skills,” Carolyn says. “I enjoy learning and pushing to be the best version of myself.” In 2017, she graduated with her bachelor’s degree from Concord and in 2020, she graduated with her Masters of Health Promotion.

Carolyn Worley

Carolyn Worley '17

Director of Student Activities & Student Center

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Rachel Clay

Nursing Major

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Chaudlier Shepherd '18

Upper Marlboro, MD

A photo of Miranda Martin outside of the Rahall Technology Center at Concord University

Miranda Martin '09

Director of Institutional Research & Data Services

Josie Crawford '24
Biology Major with Biomedical Sciences Emphasis

Josie Crawford is a Concord University alum from Saint Albans, West Virginia who earned her degree in biology with a biomedical sciences emphasis. With her sights set on dental school, Josie made herself a valuable member of Concord during her time as a student. She served as the Vice President for PATCH (Pre-professional Association Towards Careers in Health) and was a member of the Bonner Program, the Sigma Zeta National Honors Society, the Cardinal Key National Honors Society, and the Concord University Honors Program. Her research interests are focused on epigenetics and the role it plays throughout the stages of cancer. When she is not busy with clubs or research, Josie loves to read, hike, and serve others.