Brittany Dardis, Don Karras and Todd Williams were installed as new members of the Augustana University Board of Trustees.
Zach Jones, Kofi Gunu, Matthew Housiaux, Brad Ostendorf and Tori Wilson were recognized for their exemplary commitment to the values of Christian faith, the liberal arts, academic excellence, community and service, respectively, at Augustana’s 2016 Covenant Award ceremony, held Friday at Our Savior's Lutheran Church.
Following Thursday's student elections, junior Mason VanEssen, a native of Tracy, Minnesota, was elected president of the Augustana Student Association (ASA). Sophomore Abbie Sell, a native of Brookings, South Dakota, was elected vice president.
When Campus Pastor Rev. Dr. Paul Rohde sent out an email to students about an internship opportunity with Messiah Lutheran Church in Vancouver, Washington, senior Miriam Hanson and sophomore Austin Krohnke were eager to apply.
Augustana University students and faculty presented their research at the American Chemical Society National Meeting and Exposition March 13-18 in San Diego, California.
Forty-three students were recognized in chapel earlier today as nominees for the 2016 Augustana Covenant Awards.
After months of fundraising and a full day of dancing on Saturday, April 9, the student group Augiethon raised a record $28,046 for Sanford Children's Hospital in Sioux Falls, a member of the Children's Miracle Network.
Members of the 82nd Civil Support Team will be conducting training exercises on the Augustana University campus on Tuesday, April 12. Their training will focus on how to handle chemical accidents and situations involving weapons of mass destruction.
The 82nd Civil Support Team is based at the Ellsworth Air Force Base.
When it comes to getting into college, is your ACT or SAT score really the be-all and end-all deciding factor? At Augustana, the answer is no.
That's because students who choose AU want more than just a diploma – they want to be part of a community of learners working to build a better tomorrow. That's why our admission process looks beyond standardized test scores to who you are as a person – how you performed in the classroom and your extracurricular activities, community service and leadership roles.