Augustana College will celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a virtual keynote by Ken Nwadike Jr. at 10:30 a.m. Jan. 18.
The blue lights on the Old Main dome turned gold on New Year's as the college surpassed its $125 million, finishing at $133,662,743.
Augustana College will launch the TRIO Scholars Program in early 2021 to bolster the academic, graduation and career success of students.
Augustana College continues to climb the ranks among baccalaureate colleges for the number of international students it enrolls.
The fifth annual Augustana College Business Plan Competition invites teams or individual students to present their ideas to a panel of business professionals.
Triple major Megan Hoppe '21 combined her research and sewing skills to create an unexpected honors project and "knocked it out of the park," in the words of her advisor.
Friends of Augustana College will gather virtually on New Year's Eve to celebrate the conclusion of a successful fund-raising campaign.
The Sustainable Urban Watersheds Project has received three grants totaling $40,700 from local organizations to support its work.
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.