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What’s at the CORE of Augustana grads’ career success?

Here’s how the Augustana community helped Genesis Li ’21 get into her dream grad school.

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College will return to in-person classes this fall

Augustana leaders have announced a return to the college’s normal, time-honored teaching and learning experience this fall.

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Eastern Iowa and Augustana create partnership

Augustana College and Eastern Iowa Community Colleges have announced Augustana Next, a dual application program.

Sarah Allen

POST Scholars prepare to teach in high-need classrooms

The $10,000-$30,000 Promoting Opportunities in STEM Teaching (POST) scholarships make an extraordinary difference.

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U.S. News ranks Augustana high in innovation

Based on survey results from peer schools, Augustana ranked No. 1 on U.S. News' Most Innovative Schools list among liberal arts colleges in Illinois and No. 42 nationally.

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The search for the ninth president of Augustana College

The search is underway to find the next president of Augustana College to replace President Steven C. Bahls, who announced his retirement on Jan. 25, 2021, after 18 years of service.

Holocaust Remembrance Day: Ida Paluch

Ida Paluch, a survivor of a Nazi ghetto in Poland during World War II, will be the Quad Cities Holocaust Remembrance Day speaker.

Dragons Love Tacos

Augustana College will present the children's play "Dragons Love Tacos," based on the popular children's book.