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.
Augustana University has been named a top regional university by U.S. News & World Report — ranking #13 in Best Regional Universities in the Midwest.
Augustana University announced today that the reopening of its Eide/Dalrymple Gallery will be celebrated with the biennial exhibition “Augustana Faculty Biennial with the Class of 2020.”
Beginning on September 10, Augustana’s Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is launching "Cooking Across Cultures," a virtual series “about getting to know folks in our campus community while having them cook a dish that represents their self-identified culture.”
Augustana university is excited to announce that 1,900+ students have chosen to embark on a bold future at Augustana for the 2020-21 Academic Year.
On September 1, 2020, the Augustana community gathered in dedicating the Sharon Lust School of Education outside of the Madsen Social Science Center on the university’s campus.
In partnership with Our Savior's Lutheran (OSL) Church, Augusatana University has launched Campus Cupboard — a food pantry aimed at fighting food insecurity.
Career site Zippia has ranked Augustana University No. 1 in the nation for best small colleges for securing a job.
Meet the 2020-21 Augustana Student Association (ASA) President Cole Tessendorf '21 and Vice President Hannah DeWild '21.