More than $10,000 for student scholarships was raised at the accounting department’s annual golf outing on May 1 — about $4,000 more than any other year.
From art and anthropology to philosophy and physics, nearly 100 students shared their research and creative projects during the first virtual Celebration of Learning.
Augustana's fast-growing data analytics major and the liberal arts are an excellent combination for a future-focused career.
Dr. Kathy J. Jakielski, professor of communication sciences and disorders, has received a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program award to Cambodia.
Augustana College has installed nearly 3,500 solar panels in the past year, after a student-initiated task force recommended the project to reduce the carbon footprint.
Starting this fall, Augustana will offer a four-year degree program for incarcerated men at East Moline Correctional Center.
How students go from "undecided" on a major to accomplishing more than they imagined.
Tom Jessee, a 1991 Augustana graduate and long-time assistant coach, was named the 17th head basketball coach in the 120-year history of the Viking men's program.
The minor and an internship program with UnityPoint Health will serve students who pursue pre-professional degrees in health care.
Geology/geography double major Josh Malone '20 of Chenoa, Ill., never imagined his Senior Inquiry research would one day be featured in The New York Times.
Dr. Emily Landon ’99 will be the commencement speaker for the classes of 2020 and 2021 at the Augustana College ceremonies on May 23.
A triple major in religion, English and German studies, Annelisa Burns '22 of Naperville, Ill., is the winner of the 2021 Hasselmo Award for Academic Pursuit.
Augustana College will hold three separate graduation ceremonies for the classes of 2020 and 2021 on Sunday, May 23.
Math and music. Most people would think they are very different academic subjects but actually they're very similar, says double-major Jared Reiling '23.