CLU helped me find purpose. I graduated with my bachelor's degree some years ago now and I was hired to work at CLU. I began working with students and faculty and learning I could make a difference. The CLU community opened my awareness, embraced my talents and gave needed meaning to my life. I have met great people along the way and know my experience here has greatly shaped who I am. I know I have made a difference in the lives of people at CLU and in return the same has been given back to me. I believe this shows that CLU is more than just a "place"...it is a family, a community, and something meaningful to a great deal of people.
Working at CLU is like being part of a large extended family.
I wanted to give back to my Lutheran heritage so I started teaching at CLU and this has been a perfect fit for me.
This is a Christian university. How tolerant can it be towards gay people like myself?
Community is what brought me to CLU and community is what makes me want to stay.
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