• Faith Fest 2010: "Healing Hunger, Breaking Bread"

    Augustana will welcome high school youth to Faith Fest on Saturday and Sunday, February 13 and 14, 2010. Youth and their adult leaders are invited to campus for a weekend of music, presentations, Bible study, worship, games and recreation.

  • Augustana Youth Cheerleading Clinic


    The Augustana Youth Cheerleading Clinic will be held February 13 from 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m, with a Valentine's Day theme. Cost is $25.00 per child, open to children ages 5-12 years old. The participants will perform at the half time of the women’s game at roughly 5:30 pm.

  • "Jesus, Justice, Jazz: The Tour" Comes to Augustana

    "Jesus, Justice, Jazz: The Tour" promises to inspire listeners on Saturday, February 13. Hear Agape (David Scherer) and Rachel Kurtz at this fund-raising concert in the Morrison Commons Dining Room from 8:00 to 10:00 p.m.

  • “Axum: The Artwork of Eyob Mergia"

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    “Axum: The Artwork of Eyob Mergia” opens at Augustana College’s Eide/Dalrymple Gallery on Thursday, February 11, and runs through March 12. An artist’s reception will be held at the gallery on Friday, February 12, from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.

  • 2010 Sioux Falls Winter Open Chess Tournament

    The 2010 Sioux Falls Winter Open Chess Tournament will be held on the Augustana campus on Saturday, February 6. The event is co-sponsored by the Sioux Empire Chess Foundation (SECF) and the Augustana College Chess Club.

  • Home Concerts for Augustana Band and Choir


    The Augustana Band and The Augustana Choir will both present a home concert, concluding their 2010 interim tours. The band will perform on Friday, February 5, while the choir will hold their home concert on Saturday, February 6.

  • Twins Winter Caravan coming to Elmen Center

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    The Minnesota Twins Winter Caravan, featuring outfielder Denard Span, pitcher Jeff Manship, and Twins broadcasters John Gordon and Bert Blyleven along with Twins mascot T.C. Bear , will be stopping at the Elmen Center on Tuesday, January 26.

  • Parker Quartet to Perform on Campus

    The Parker Quartet, Classical Minnesota Public Radio’s first artists-in-residence, performs January 23 in Kresge Recital Hall. Most recently, the group was awarded the prestigious 2009 Cleveland Quartet Award.

  • Augustana Opera Theatre presents ‘Too Many Sopranos’


    Augustana College announces a special performance of the comic opera “Too Many Sopranos.” The opera is performed by the new Augustana Opera Theatre under the direction of Dr. Lisa Grevlos.

  • Explore Augustana in January

    Plan to attend Explore Augustana, one of many  campus visit programs sponsored by the Office of Admission. The day is designed to acquaint you with the variety of academic and student life opportunities that are available.