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Amberlie Wilson

October02Monday4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

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Trena Stovall

October02Monday8:00 PM - 9:30 PM

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October03Tuesday11:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Featured Stories

Kelsey Walls '18
Oceana, WV

Kelsey loved that Concord was not only a beautiful campus but that it also had a hometown atmosphere. By choosing Concord University it allowed her to become a third generation Mountain Lion in her family. Her service to others in the community expanded thanks to the opportunities that were offered to her through the Bonner Scholars Program and the Appalachian Leadership and Education Foundation Program. Kelsey graduated without any student debt earning her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and plans to continue her education by pursuing an MBA. It Starts With You.

Kelsey Walls - Featured Student

Kelsey Walls '18

Oceana, WV

Photo of Chaudlier Shepherd

Chaudlier Shepherd '18

Upper Marlboro, MD

Dr. Jonathan Berkey

Dr. Jonathan Berkey

Professor of History

Dr. Tracy Luff, Professor of Sociology & Director of Honors Program

Dr. Tracy Luff

Professor of Sociology & Director of Honors Program

Brian Arnold '09
Bluefield, WV

Brian Arnold, a screenwriter living in Los Angeles, is proof that your degree from CU can be a foundation for achieving your dreams. As a Communication Arts graduate, Brian worked in telecommunications and broadcast journalism before taking a chance with screenwriting. “I knew I wouldn’t be happy until I gave writing a real shot,” Brian says. And while his degree wasn’t in film study, he says the electives he took at Concord gave him practical production experience that has helped him in his current career. “I got to make live TV. I got to make my own short films. I got to study screenwriting and film. And, more than that, my time at Concord helped me grow into a more mature, professional person ready to give the real world a shot.”