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If I get this job, I am going to take it. I can work with Lutherans.
From that day on, I have felt CLU is a campus that is comfortable and relaxed.
This is a Christian university. How tolerant can it be towards gay people like myself?
I didn't know that I was going to get the opportunity to meet students from all over the world.
Working at CLU is like being part of a large extended family.
I’ve been very impressed by the CLU community
Today, 37 years later, I still remember my arrival and do not regret it.
Just as I imagined, great people, wonderful atmosphere, love the kids and I drive into the parking lot and feel I’ve driven home.
We are freed to be servants to the mission of the University and the students who attend CLU
Through my work, I now have the opportunity to give back to the CLU community and treat students, staff, and faculty as I was treated as a graduate student.
They loved their jobs and provided a high level of service to others.
I wanted to give back to my Lutheran heritage so I started teaching at CLU and this has been a perfect fit for me.
We have shared so much laughter, joy, and teamwork relating with one another and common triumphs and struggles.
She ended up being one of my best student workers and would tell all students who got homesick of her adventure here.
Community is what brought me to CLU and community is what makes me want to stay.
Working in a house supported the feelings of family among the faculty and staff.
Working at CLU has transformed my life for the better in so many ways.
I think this is one of CLU’s strong points- there were always faculty members encouraging us to press on.
I remember a picnic under the trees by the library.
By the end of the semester he was a sufficient young man.