Augustana College student-athletes are about to hear fans cheering for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic.
The $10,000-$30,000 Promoting Opportunities in STEM Teaching (POST) scholarships make an extraordinary difference.
Jacob Washington '21, Black Student Union president, has mastered how to make physical togetherness possible when physical distance is critical.
Augustana senior Alek Jacobs, a quarterback on the Vikings football team, has won a $10,000 postgraduate scholarship from National Collegiate Athletic Association.
Augustana College will present a recorded live performance of "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" March 4-7.
Krishna Marmé ’20 is pursuing a master's in public health policy at the University of Iowa because of an empowering experience Augustana made possible.
Students in J-term’s CSC 150: Artful Computing worked so hard, some wondered if their laptops might catch on fire.
In February, the physics department will launch a mentorship program to support majors of underrepresented identities through personal connections with peers and alumni.
Steven Bahls will retire as president of Augustana College effective in 2022 after a 19-year career leading the college.
President Steve Bahls will teach one of the 130 courses offered during January Term starting this week.
Music students aren't able to perform for an audience due to COVID-19, but in some ways this has caused them to look at music with fresh eyes:
Construction of the Peter J. Lindberg, M.D., Center for Health and Human Performance, is on schedule to be finished in mid-May.