Friends of Augustana College will gather virtually on New Year's Eve to celebrate the conclusion of a successful fund-raising campaign.
If travel programs in the coming months must be canceled due to COVID-19 concerns, program directors plan to make that decision by Feb. 15, 2021.
The Sustainable Urban Watersheds Project has two new grants to support its work: $13,300 for student internships and $7,400 for equipment.
This year's award winners include a pioneering doctor, a public servant, a coach, and alumni who excel in the law, medicine, and making connections.
Augustana College will name a training lab in its newest building for Aben Emile Cooper '93, an Academic All-American.
The annual Sankta Lucia Festival at Augustana College will premiere on video beginning at 6 a.m. Dec. 13.
Dr. Emil Kramer has been honored with a lifetime achievement award from the Illinois Classical Conference (ICC), recognizing him for outstanding contributions to Classics in the state of Illinois.
A 50-year holiday tradition bringing together Augustana students and Augustana Lutheran Church in Andover, Ill., will continue online this year.
Open a door a day through Dec. 24 to see an Augustana ensemble perform a festive new work or a favorite from Christmas seasons past.
As students left for Thanksgiving break and then finish to the semester virtually, the college met the goal it set last summer: Give them the chance to study on campus despite the pandemic.
Geology majors harness the power of this geospatial technology to study tectonics in Trinidad and Venezuela.
Augustana will offer a new experiential minor in geographic information science and technology beginning in the fall of 2021.
Augustana College has a new $3,000-$5,000 grant for high-achieving Illinois high school students who have worked with community-based organizations.