As Augustana prepares to open an on-campus health clinic, here’s a look back at the years when the college had an infirmary on campus.
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Steve Schafer, a 2001 graduate of Augustana, has been selected to become the 16th head men’s basketball coach in Viking history.
Augustana College has begun welcoming prospective students and their families for campus tours.
Three humanities professors—Drs. Lauren Hammond, Margaret Morse and Heidi Storl—offer tips and a timeline for successful grad school applications, starting junior year.
The inaugural QC Career Fair—to include students from five local colleges and universities—is planned for Sept. 30.
Augustana College has sent its students, faculty and staff a plan of actions for the coming year to inform them about injustice and empower them to promote social change.
Faculty and staff at Augustana College are working hard to welcome back students to a safe and secure campus this fall.
Dr. Kimberly Fox '92 has received a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program award to Sweden as part of a cross-cultural examination of social policies and adults living alone.
Augustana students and graduates of the last decade are invited to enter a contest to create artwork for the new Peter J. Lindberg, M.D., Center for Health and Human Performance.
The Augustana College Board of Trustees and President Steve Bahls have agreed to a contract renewal that continues his presidency through May 2022.
The Colere Quartet, which includes Augustana music instructor John Cummins, won a gold medal in May at the largest chamber music competition in the U.S.
Proud professors share examples of excellent Senior Inquiry projects, from computer science to art to public health.
When campus closed this spring, Augustana alumni wrote letters that reminded students of their "forever connection" to the college.