The Student Life Office sponsors many on and off campus events to promote participation and fellowship among our students. Concordia Clubs and Activities frequently host events like dances, karaoke nights, poetry slams, and basketball tournaments.
Listed below are many more events sponsored by the Student Life Office:
This annual weekend celebration is filled with many exciting events. Dozens of student-led and local bands are invited to take part in Band Bash, which is a full day of music, games, food, and festivities lasting well into the night. It's an event to remember and is open to the public at no cost. The Fashion Show is put together by the Multicultural Club where students model designers’ collections. Musical appearances are performed in between each set.
Every fall, students have a chance to show off their Concordia pride during this fun-filled weekend! Students can attend athletic games, the annual homecoming dance, and participate in the homecoming parade. Faculty and staff show off their talent during “Homecoming Entertainment”, an annual variety show that is a Concordia favorite.
New York City Excursions
Concordia’s proximity to New York City is one of its biggest advantages for students. The Student Life Office offers a monthly free bus shuttle directly into the heart of Manhattan where students can experience Museums and Broadway or just good food and shopping. Various clubs also sponsor city excursions, such as the International Club trip to midtown to see the Rockefeller Center during the holiday season or to downtown’s ethnic China Town.
This program affords students, staff, and faculty the opportunity to participate in various sporting and leisure activities by providing safe, organized, and friendly competition. Events include Soccer, European Hand Ball, Floor Hockey, Basketball, Volleyball, Beach Volleyball, Softball, Baseball, and Flag Football.
Concordia offers many outlets for students to serve their institution and the greater community. Every year, Concordia’s student leaders come together from different clubs to plan campus-wide service events.
Clubs and organizations give back with their groups by hosting events that raise awareness and fundraise for a specific organization, such as the American Cancer Society, Heifer International, and Lutheran Disaster Relief.Once a month, students attend Homeless Runs, where they bring sandwiches, drinks and snacks to the homeless in New York City. Students also take service trips to the Wartburg, a local senior citizen home. Our animal-loving students volunteer at the New Rochelle Humane Society.