Keeping the Quad-Cities' Hispanic community engaged in business and cultural programs has become a passion for Zenaida Landeros '07.
Tons of little reasons. Four big ones: Augie Choice. CORE. The Quad Cities on the Mississippi River. Academic All-Americans, who show how we balance activities and academics.
Brenna Whisler ’17 has taken Augustana with her to Texas, Kenya and Colorado.
Dag Blanck, director of the Swenson Swedish Immigration Research Center at Augustana, has become one of the most sought-after experts in the Swedish media for explaining what is going on in the U.S.
Augustana is debuting its first official organization dedicated to eSports. The club looks to be popular: Nearly 50 students showed up for its first meeting.
In search of some non-academic reading over the break? Visit our leisure reading collection, located on the 2nd floor of the library, to pick up a book or four! Not sure what to pick? Check out the librarians' recommendations.
Thomas Tredway Library will operate with reduced hours during the winter break. Check the calendar widget at the top of the library's home page for the most up-to-date information about library hours.
Augustana is more affordable than families might think. Financial aid keeps net costs lower.
The 23rd annual Hispanic Film Festival at Augustana College will run on Wednesday evenings Jan. 10-Feb 7, with films from Chile, Guatemala, Spain, Colombia and the U.S.
The Mississippi Bend Players will return for a second season this summer with three productions: "Big River," based on the story of Huckleberry Finn; the Tennessee Williams' classic "Glass Menagerie"; and "Beginner's Luck" a new work by P.J. Lasker.
“I would say that what the musical-theater concentration does is open doors to having skills in multiple areas — and that's what’s kept me employed since I graduated," says Shelley Cooper, a new assistant professor of theatre arts heading Augustana's new musical-theater concentration.