Augustana has been named to the list of 2015 Military Friendly Schools, a distinction honoring the top 15 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools in the country that are doing the most to embrace America’s military service members, veterans, and spouses.
The Class of 1964 showed their school spirit during its 50th class reunion over Viking Days, presenting President Rob Oliver with a check for $58,588.50 – the sum of gifts from 68 members of the class.
Augustana's enrollment grew 3.3 percent from last year, College officials today reported. For Fall 2014, Augustana’s total student headcount – the sum of part-time, full-time and graduate students – is 1,823. That number includes students from 29 states and 38 countries.
Thousands gathered this weekend to celebrate Viking Days 2014. View photos!
Augustana has a new major! It's called American Studies, an interdisciplinary major drawing from departments including government, English, history, music and sociology. Read on to learn more.
Seniors Lance Shaull and Rachel Bjork were crowned Viking Days King and Queen at Coronation on Monday.
This summer, more than 60 Augustana students conducted research on- and off-campus in the natural sciences. They shared their findings with the rest of the college at the undergraduate summer research poster session.
The countdown to Viking Days 2014 officially kicked into high gear Monday, Sept. 15, with the announcement of the Royal Court.
By building a foundation in the liberal arts, Augustana students learn to think critically, communicate effectively and develop global solutions — key skills today's employers are seeking. Augustana's Dr. Susan Hasseler (Academic Affairs), Dr. Ann Pederson (Religion) and rising filmmaker Andrew Kightlinger '08 talked about the significance of a liberal arts core with Argus Leader reporter Steve Young.