Viking Days 2009: There Was No Place Like Home

Viking Days 2009 was a huge success, bringing numerous activities and alumni back to Augustana's campus. View video, pictures, and stories about the weekend's events, as reported by Sioux Falls media outlets.

Elmen Center Update

The Office of Academic Affairs has announced that classes regularly scheduled for the Elmen Center will be relocated to other buildings during the week of October 19. Students will be notified by the Registrar through e-mail.   View details.

Come Celebrate during Viking Days 2009

New construction and renovations have significantly altered the appearance of Augustana’s campus and alumni, friends, and the Sioux Falls community are invited to witness and celebrate the transformation during Viking Days 2009.

Augustana Students Selected for SDMEA Honors Recital

The first South Dakota Music Educators Association Conference will be held in Rapid City, SD. Four Augustana students were selected in participate in the Honors Recital of student members of  the National Association for Music Education.

Worthington senior wins Covenant Award for Liberal Arts

Shannon Cumiskey, a senior from Worthington, MN, is the recipient of the 2009 Augustana Covenant Award for Liberal Arts. The Covenant Award is presented five times each year, one award for each of the College’s five core values.

Candidates chosen for Viking Days King and Queen

Ten Augustana seniors have been nominated to serve as King and Queen for Viking Days 2009. Coronation will mark the beginning of Viking Days 2009 "There's No Place Like Home" at 7:00 p.m. Monday, October 12, in the Elmen Center.

Graduate Nursing Student Wins Award for Safety Project

Jill Rye, a graduate student in the Augustana Nursing Department, received an award at the Avera Quality Congress held in Sioux Falls. Rye is the Unit Supervisor for Rehabilitation Services at Avera McKennan Hospital and University Health Center.

Tennis Returns to Campus with Dedication of Huether Centre

Weather was less than ideal for tennis, but Tuesday’s blustery conditions couldn’t dampen the spirit of those gathered to welcome the sport back to campus. The new facility at 33rd Street and Grange Avenue was completed last month.