Augustana Library Associates will be hosting its fall 2020 author event virtually, featuring Patricia Hampl, on Tuesday, October 13, at 7:30 p.m.
Meet the members of the 2020 Royal Court.
Augustana is excited to announce the university’s 96th homecoming celebration, with the kickoff of Viking Days 2020 scheduled for the evening of Sunday, October 4.
Augustana announced today that the university will not increase undergraduate student tuition for the 2021-22 academic year. Augustana’s Board of Trustees voted unanimously in favor of the tuition freeze, recognizing the challenges placed on students and their families due to COVID-19.
Augustana is proud to announce that Assistant Professor of Sociology Dr. Carolyn Ly-Donovan has been chosen as an Educational Network for Active Civic Transformation (ENACT) Faculty Fellow.
The Sharon Lust School of Education is excited to announce its “Augustana University Education Lecture Series,” a virtual series set to debut on September 29, with Dr. Jane Stavem as the inaugural speaker.
Augustana is proud to be named a 2021 Hidden Gem in the U.S. by College Raptor. The university earned the distinction alongside 50 other colleges.
Augustana, in partnership with Our Savior's Lutheran Church, will welcome Rev. Lenny Duncan to Sioux Falls and the university campus on Sunday, September 27, through Tuesday, September 29.
Augustana is proud to announce that the university made the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) and Times Higher Education (THE) list of top U.S. colleges and universities. Out of the three schools that made the 2021 list in the state, Augustana University was at the top in South Dakota.
Ahead of the Game: Investment in Technology Prepared Augustana for Online Instruction Before COVID-19
Augustana's Center for Excellence in Teaching and Scholarship (CTS) had rolled out an Exponential Mentorship Program last year. Aimed at developing faculty members into experts that would also benefit students in the classroom, the program proved extremely beneficial as the university navigated challenges due to COVID-19.