Augustana College has received a $1.1 million grant to enhance the learning experience for STEM teachers in high-need districts.
Augustana's athletic conference will postpone fall sports, but will explore the feasibility of some spring competition.
Augustana College will hold a joint graduation ceremony for the classes of 2020 and 2021 next spring.
The summer closing of the dining center, combined with the loss of campus jobs as employees continued to work from home, left international students with no on-campus dining and no income. Here's what Augustana did.
Local employers are invited to sign up now for the inaugural QC Career Fair. The virtual event is planned for noon-3 p.m. Sept. 30.
Augustana students can exercise their curiosity about language with a new minor in linguistics, beginning in the fall of 2020.
Soon after leaving campus in late March as a precaution against COVID-19, Augustana students started receiving calls and emails of support from college employees.
Forty-five alumni in different professions are offering advice to students and young graduates. More are welcome!
Augustana President Steve Bahls talks about why he is passionate about using his position to facilitate discussions of racial justice and social change.
Augustana has received outstanding support from alumni and friends in the past year, but especially in recent weeks.
The spring sports season may have been canceled, but the Augustana athletics program hasn’t slowed down in recent months. The college has added three varsity sports for a total of 28 teams—the most for any CCIW school—and two new head coaches.
Audrey Moore ’15 has given the Milwaukee community an extraordinary public work of art.
Retiring Pastor Richard Priggie '74 has 21 years of Augustana memories: dramatic moments such as 9/11, but also happier times as a homebuilder and student confidant.