Watch the highlights of President Craft's ceremony and reception.
Dr. William J. Craft was called "an articulate and passionate advocate for the importance of liberal arts colleges of the church" by former colleagues attending his inauguration ceremony April 28.
A liberal arts education can help make sense of an ever-interdependent world, but it also needs to be willing to adapt to the challenges that world presents.
The inauguration of Dr. William J. Craft is a milestone in the life of Concordia College, but it is also a milestone for the Craft family.
President Craft sees a promising future for Concordia grounded in community and faith - faith in learning, a faith for beauty and a faith in the love of God.
Concordia's rich liberal arts curriculum encourages students to accept greater freedom and responsibility to learn; to become good citizens prepared to work together for the common good.
The competitive and economic landscape in higher education requires Concordia to make a compelling case for its distinctive, life-lasting value.
President Craft shares his first-year impressions of Concordia’s inspirational students, faculty and staff.
Throughout his first year as president, Dr. William J. Craft has had the opportunity to experience the Concordia community and reflect on what he has seen.